Kiwis are stocking up on comfort food during their supermarket missions as the national Covid-19 lockdown enters its third week.
Airways may close seven of its regional air traffic control towers, including Invercargill due to a collapse in traveller numbers.
The limit for contactless eftpos payments is being temporarily raised from $80 to $200 from today.
A South Dunedin meat institution is carrying on, though it has had to adapt to a new way of dealing with customers.
More than 20km of a notorious mobile reception black spot between Omarama and Tarras has been filled.
Flight Centre has stood down more than 300 employees and closed 58 of its retail stores across the country.
Some employers are not passing on all of the wage subsidy they are receiving for workers and are instead pocketing the money for themselves.
Aviation servicing and sales company Oceania Aviation has decided to shut its facilities in Dunedin, Queenstown and Nelson.
OceanaGold has named Michael Holmes as its president and chief executive.
Cafes, bars and restaurants are reeling, scrambling to pay overheads that are still coming in with no revenue now and significantly reduced revenue for an unknown length of time to come. Queenstown reporter Hugh Collins and business reporter Jacob McSweeny talk to operators.
Air New Zealand has revealed plans to make 387 pilots redundant, the pilots' union says.
Health Minister David Clark has been stripped of his associate finance role - sidelining him from key budget decisions - over lockdown breaches.
Sam Gasson is candid about the future of the restaurant he and partner Kim Underwood own: things will be different after Covid-19 — that is, if they make it through to the other side.
Fuel sales have dropped dramatically and stocks are building up, creating pressure on storage facilities globally and in New Zealand.
Covid-19 has had a dramatic impact on New Zealand and the world. As a result, your business may be struggling and you may not be able to fulfil your obligations under a contract. However, you may...
Port Otago is down to its core business: getting essential items into and out of Dunedin.
The Government is bolstering the Ministry of Social Development to prepare it for the coming wave of new jobless New Zealanders applying for the benefit.
The owners of a casino in Queenstown have announced 200 job losses across New Zealand.
Otago fishmonger Harbour Fish is arguing it should be allowed to open its storefront, with strict controls in place to protect from the spread of Covid-19.
Long supermarket lines are becoming a fact of life under the lockdown but a Dunedin computer engineer thinks he has created a simple solution.