About 40 people working for City Forests have had work reduced as a result of the slowdown of getting logs into China, where the effects of the novel coronavirus are still being felt.
Ikea will open three physical and digital customer "meeting points" across New Zealand as the retailer prepares to open its first full-sized store in Auckland.
A major furniture retail and wholesale company in Dunedin says its orders from China are being delayed as a result of the Covid-19 shutdown there.
Westpac NZ customers have been left shocked and frustrated after many saw double payments going in and out of their accounts this morning.
Air New Zealand has launched one of its best-ever Grabaseat deals, offering Kiwis flights around the country for just $19.
An Invercargill property management company had no idea it was breaking tenancy law when it charged prospective tenants a $10 credit check fee.
International oil giant OMV has completed drilling off the Otago coast without discovering commercial quantities of oil or gas.
A new range of vehicles hitting the Christchurch market brings a different meaning to the word ‘bargain’ - hail-damaged cars.
Chis Rawson expects emotions will flow when the service station he and brother Stephen have owned for close to 30 years sells.
Qantas will cut back flying on the Tasman as the impact of coronavirus will hit the airline's profit by as much as $156 million.
Westpac has cut its farmgate milk price forecast from $7.40 to $7.20 and ASB has trimmed its forecast by 10c to $7.40, as economists keep watch on the effects of coronavirus and drought.
The Dunedin City Council says it will not be making any comment on the effects of the Octagon closure until its trial is complete.
House prices may be ratcheting up but the South Island is still the cheapest place in which to own or rent relative to annual incomes.
A concrete company has been fined $230,000 after a worker who slipped while using a saw severed three fingers in a horror workplace accident.
Lighting Direct store manager Kevin Roberts shifts stock at the company’s new Dunedin shop in Crawford St.
Dunedin's real estate trade slowed to a trickle last month, with about three houses a day changing ownership.
Tourism company Real Journeys has offered voluntary redundancy to all its seasonal staff in Milford Sound due to fewer bookings after the coronavirus outbreak and recent flooding in Fiordland.
Fletcher Building is signalling it is running out of patience with the protracted arguments over the future of its Ihumatao site in Auckland.
Baby mobiles, luxury cat beds and trinket boxes - products your typical farming bloke is probably not looking for at a field days event, but Sheep-ish Design co-owner Jo Ruddenklau says their wool products are an instant hit with them in particular.