The Otago-Southland service sector is finishing the year on a high, registering its strongest month in expansion for the past two years and well above the national average.
United States tax reform will feature again this week as the House and the Senate prepare to vote on a compromise tax Bill by midweek.
Tomorrow's immigration figures are likely to indicate the start of a significant fall between now and the end of next year, Milford Asset management portfolio manager David Lewis says.
The former Big Sky dairy farm in Maniototo, owned by the multibillion-dollar Harvard University endowment fund, is being sold.
South Port is to legally defend a claim by the Invercargill City Council that three parcels of land valued at $1.27million were given to South Port ''in error'' in the late 1980s.
Consumers appear to be relaxed in the face of a cooler housing market and a change of government, the latest ANZ-Roy Morgan NZ Consumer Confidence survey indicates.
Otago farmers are starting to get the jitters as drought conditions creep ever closer to the region.
Farming groups are pleading with stressed workers to speak up if they need support in the wake of a series of deaths of young men across the country.
Queenstown Airport passenger numbers continue to grow, the latest monthly traffic report shows.
The past few years should have been very kind to Fletcher Building but the company did not capitalise on opportunities, Morningstar says.
New Zealand's current account is expected to have narrowed when the balance of payments figures are released by Statistics New Zealand on Wednesday.
Economic growth is expected to have slowed in the third quarter of the year when Statistics New Zealand releases its figures on Thursday.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand has launched an online resource for farmers affected by dry conditions.
Ewes whose lambs were recently weaned and dairy cows graze beside State Highway 1 near Milton.
You could call Jonni de Malmanche a jack-of-all-trades, or more accurately, a Jane of them.
The argument that foreign ownership is "bad" for New Zealand, or there is a free-for-all occurring, lacks robust evidence, an ANZ report on the controversial issue says.
Taking part in the recent Dairy Environment Leaders’ Forum followed on nicely from another leadership programme for Outram dairy farmer Anne-Marie Wells.
Southland's lambing percentage has declined, in contrast to a record lambing percentage nationwide.
Whitestone Boers stud owners Owen and Annette Booth, of Milton, recently hosted Argentinian genetic importer/exporter Luis Balfour on their Milton property. Southern Rural Life talked to Mr Balfour...
In under two hours, much of the Pemberton family's crops were wiped out, tracks and fences destroyed, equipment swept away, a tractor submerged and a shed was covered in silt.