The southern service sector is still struggling with the effects of Covid-19, the latest performance of service index (PSI) shows.
Dozens of logging trucks were double-parked in Dunedin’s Sturdee St after an electrical break of measuring equipment at product handling company C3.
An investigation by power company Aurora Energy has found a new pole was "most likely" behind repeated power outages in a Dunedin suburb late last year.
Changes to KiwiSaver are big news in the industry, but to understand these terms and their importance, it requires a quick history lesson.
Overall activity in Otago and Southland’s manufacturing sector continued to expand in May, the latest Performance of Manufacturing Index shows.
Last year was a challenging year for Webb Farry’s latest partner, Kimberley Jarvis. She talks to Business editor Sally Rae.
A University of Otago dietetics graduate has set out to make a common carbohydrate a healthy option for Dunedin diners.
Dunedin's tourism industry is resigned to cruise ships not returning to the city until late next year.
Working visa extensions have been welcomed by Queenstown businesses, but are leaving many migrant workers out of pocket.
Dunedin-created technology, designed to provide farmers with an "intelligent eye" over the health of their herds, will be launched at Fieldays at Mystery Creek next week.
A few investors have retrieved some of the money stolen from them by imprisoned Dunedin financial adviser Barry Kloogh.
The Restaurant Association says the sector is in peril and the Government's visa extension does not go far enough.