Rents rose at the fastest pace in more than a decade in 2019, official figures show, amid strong demand and new rules for accommodation.
An agreement has been made to sell Taupo's Huka Lodge to a US private equity firm in a deal requiring Overseas Investment Office approval.
Dairy land values are being undermined by three factors that are unlikely to disappear within the next five years, a new Rabobank report says.
A handful of diet or "detox" teas have been pulled from supermarket shelves following a Consumer NZ investigation.
Spiralling house prices in Dunedin are at crisis level, de-motivating first-home and other buyers.
The pending closure of Gore fashion store Paint the Town Red reflected increasingly tough retail conditions for small town High Street retailers, local retail players say.
Ridesharing platform and Uber competitor Ola will go live in Dunedin on Tuesday.
A Dunedin building company involved in a $230,000 settlement deal after a contractor was injured says it was ''devastated" by the incident.
Contractors work on Port Otago barge TR Healy at the Kitchener St slip.
David Faulkner recently retired as chairman of Port Otago. He talks to business editor Sally Rae about some of the highlights of his tenure.
The Department of Conservation has approved a small-scale hydro-electric power scheme in a creek just north of Whataroa.
The Commerce Commission says it has received 18 complaints about travel comparison website Trivago.
A Dunedin business bootcamp helping turn ideas into businesses had to double its intake due to its increasing popularity.
Creative marketer McKenzie Dowson says when it comes to telling stories it is always best to focus on the person at the heart of the story.
Dunedin people are being evicted from their rentals and struggling to keep a roof over their head, as a new report reveals the city’s houses are more unaffordable than the capital's.
Vodafone NZ is giving its 2000 or so staff the chance to head home early for the weekend for the rest of summer.
A bust travel agency was issuing customers with fake plane tickets for more than six months, liquidators say, leaving many stranded overseas or forced to buy expensive last-minute airfares.
The Dunedin housing market is more unaffordable than Wellington's according to a new report.
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