The prospect of an open pit mine in Middlemarch has caused division, and many are concerned about the effects and the loss of a "pre-eminent" fossil cache.
The sale of PGG Wrightson Seeds to Danish-owned co-operative DLF Seeds has passed the final hurdle by gaining New Zealand Overseas Investment Office approval.
A New Zealand company pleaded guilty on Thursday to charges of adding artificial chemicals to its premium manuka honey, media reported, in a flagship prosecution over a product that is high-value...
A roar of approval was chorused after Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern yesterday decided not to implement any aspect of the controversial proposal to introduce capital gains taxes (CGT).
Eighteen New Zealand food and beverage brands will jointly sell products in China following a partnership with e-commerce giant Alibaba.
The head of an organisation representing about 7000 of NZ's 270,000 landlords is relieved the Government's won't introduce a capital gains tax, saying a third of homes were at stake.
Lake Wanaka Tourism are celebrating after being named the breakthrough destination of the year at the Mumbrella Travel Marketing Awards, held in Sydney last Thursday.
Restaurant Brands is withholding a final dividend payment as it embarks on the launch of up to 60 Taco Bell outlets in New Zealand and Australia, and eyes up acquisitions in the United States and...
PGG Wrightson's board has had a major shake-up with directorship changes announced yesterday as part of a ''board refresh''.
Otago and Southland's services index has taken a plunge from expansion to contraction over March, and there are no clear signs of the cause.
Dunedin bedding manufacturer Ellis Fibre's receivership and liquidation appears to be moving towards a break-up of the 20-year-old company, as opposed to sale.
Anna Guenther may have stepped aside as chief executive of PledgeMe - but she is still the "chief bubble blower", she says of herself.
Analysts are picking a slight rise in the consumer price index during the March quarter will result in the annual inflation rate declining from 1.9% to 1.6%.
To eager purchasers of the Model T Ford, Henry Ford reputedly said, "you can have any colour you like as long as it's black". He knew the introduction of low-cost motoring was a revolutionary development and offering a selection of colours just added cost.
Fisher-Price recalled nearly 5 million infant sleepers on Friday after more than 30 babies died in them over a 10-year period.
Otago and Southland's manufacturing index edged up for March, running just above the average for the past 12 months.