NZME has been censured and penalised a total of $100,000 for breaching stock exchange rules about the disclosure of sensitive information.
Online share trading platform Sharesies is expanding offering its investors the chance to trade shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
The hospitality industry is expected to see a large increase in the number of insolvencies once the Government's Covid-19 lockdown support runs out for heavily indebted businesses.
Overall activity in Otago and Southland’s manufacturing sector in March notched up its highest level of activity in the past year, the latest Performance of Manufacturing index shows.
In my last column, I wrote about asking what type of director you want to be and taking lessons from observing others.
Dunedin Casino has just got grander.
The Star reporters Brenda Harwood and Jessica Wilson ask Dunedin businesses and organisations for their thoughts on the transtasman bubble opening from 11:59pm tonight and what they're hoping for.
A Dunedin distillery, established during last year’s Covid-19 lockdown, is receiving international plaudits as it marks its first anniversary.
A new tool has been launched to make sure agricultural spreader pilots are safer in the air.
Vogel St Kitchen - in the heart of Dunedin’s warehouse precinct - is on the market.
For many, life in New Zealand's capital Wellington is largely back to normal. Its windswept streets are crowded with maskless shoppers and office workers, bars are packed and the economy is humming...
A deal to boost the local economy has been struck between the government and the global giant Amazon.
Research is under way to improve investment opportunities for "everyday Kiwis".
Home buyers appear to shrugged off the arrival of new loan to value ratio (LVR) rules as house prices soared again in March.
Queenstown Resort College has joined forces with the resort’s chamber of commerce and the Govt on a pilot programme to help keep people in tourism jobs and give them a chance to add more strings to their bows.
Dunedin businesses expect it will take some time for the Australian visitor market to build up steam after the travel bubble opens.
"It's a hell of a thing to go through." An emotional Phil Ellis, co-owner of the popular Innocent Bystander and Ratbags in Dunedin’s Octagon, was referring to the effects of Covid-19, which has forced the closure of the business.
The owner of the Whakatāne Mill is in discussions with a potential buyer.
Interviews will be held next week to select a chief executive to lead the South’s new business advocacy body.
A Dunedin-born entrepreneur believes "trying" is key to being successful in business.