Spark New Zealand has signed a partnership with video streaming service Netflix.
Six finalists have been named in this year’s Otago Ballance Farm Environment Awards.
Lucas Smith may have been the worst shepherd ever to set foot on Simons Hill Station but the experience proved life-changing.
This year’s general election is shaping up to be a close one and a strong economy is providing more scope for campaign promises than seen for a long time, Westpac acting chief economist Michael Gordon says.
The latest development by Port Otago subsidiary Chalmers Properties is nearing completion, with the premises being leased by Steel & Tube expected to be fully stocked by the end of March.
Dunedin-based Blake Holgate has been appointed by Rabobank to head up its research and analysis of New Zealand’s animal proteins sector.
A new report on the dairy industry’s economic contribution to New Zealand is a "timely reminder" of how important it is, Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy says.
Media company NZME has taken the opportunity of cleaning its balance sheet in preparation for its possible merger with Fairfax in New Zealand.
Port of Tauranga has set its sights on handling a New Zealand record of more than 1 million containers this year, after delivering a solid half-year result and a profit of more than $40million.
A higher price for gold and increased gold sales underpinned Oceana Gold’s 24% revenue boost and the more than doubling of its after-tax profit for calendar 2016.
Almost six years after boutique Queenstown-based insurer Western Pacific imploded into liquidation, Christchurch earthquake victims will get a first, small portion of their insurance payouts.
A Clyde resident did what his boss asked, and is now Central Otago's young cellarhand of the year.
Millers Flat hosted the first of four groups of farmers visiting from overseas on Monday.
The underdogs of the show jumping world, Kace and owner Kimberleigh McCabe, of Gorge Road, Mataura, have had quite a journey in the past six years
As the sheep have gone to the hills, Te Rae Genetics has diversified its operation to move with the times.
Southern farmers are continuing to make health and safety a key focus of their farming practices, with only one recorded fatality in the agriculture sector in Otago/Southland last year.
News the Queenstown-Lakes district was New Zealand’s top-performing territorial authority last year comes as no surprise, Otago Southland Employers Association chief executive Virginia...
Retirement village operator Summerset has delivered another stellar year of development, but with six years of landbanking in hand it Is keeping a weather eye on debt and the property market.
Trade Me chief executive Jon Macdonald sees more options to improve the online marketplace’s offering but is not ready to give the game away.
Fonterra has left its forecast farm-gate milk price unchanged at $6 for the 2016-17 season.