Marketing and consumer insights specialist Sarah Brown has been appointed to the board of Alliance Group.
This year’s Child Cancer Foundation fleece competition winners Peter and Margaret Hore.
Irrigation New Zealand held its conference in Alexandra last week. Agribusiness reporter Sally Rae joined a media tour in Central Otago to see the benefits of water.
Australian research firm Morningstar is issuing some reassuring words about the future of the important Tiwai Point aluminium smelter, believing it will not close in the medium term.
Otago businesses are starting to feel less optimistic about the prospects for their own situations as well as the overall New Zealand business climate.
Major changes are ahead for home ownership in New Zealand, many affecting investors and landlords. Otago Daily Times senior business reporter Simon Hartley looks at the predictions of Westpac chief economist Dominick Stephens.
Liquidators have targeted another firm of a jailed fraudster as they try to unravel the Christchurch con man's $17 million Ponzi scheme.
Portuguese charter operator Hi Fly is to help provide cover for Air NZ, which faces more disruption due to engine problems affecting some of its Dreamliners.
NZ's lamb, beef and venison was showcased to international chefs and food media earlier this month. Agribusiness reporter Sally Rae joined them during a visit to Minaret Station.
Fletcher Building shares rose initially after resuming trading yesterday, having raised $515 million towards a $750 million recapitalisation plan.
First-quarter inflation of 0.5% has come in marginally higher than expected, while the 1.1% annual rate is largely in line with expectations.
A boader set of firms will be able to access proposed research and development tax incentives than those accessing growth grants at present, the Government says.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa (TIA) is joining other organisations in expressing its opposition to changes being proposed for workplaces by the Government.
The Government has hit back at International Monetary Fund claims that New Zealand's foreign buyer ban is "discriminatory", saying Kiwi homes should not be traded on the global market.
Dairy prices were firm in this week's GlobalDairyTrade auction and all major products recorded gains.
Households, restaurants and bakeries be warned, butter prices are expected to rise well above last year's records, already sitting just 5% below the highs set last September.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson received a much warmer welcome at the Dunedin Club yesterday than he did 25 years ago as president of the Otago University Students’ Union.
Sports and leisure retailer Kathmandu has clinched $50 million in new capital to help fund the more than $100 million purchase of US outdoors company Oboz Footwear.
Cleanse your intestines: the fast food outlet Taco Bell could make landfall in New Zealand in the next 24 months.
Tearfund has named three New Zealand companies in the top five of this year's Ethical Fashion Guide.