Bars are gearing up for their busiest weekend in years as Dunedin prepares to host the Irish next weekend.
Otago has bucked the trend and posted the largest jump in regional economic confidence over the June quarter, the latest Westpac McDermott Miller regional economic confidence survey shows.
My Food Bag co-founder Cecilia Robinson has been nominated by the company’s board for appointment as a director.
For the third consecutive year, Skyline Enterprises shareholders will not be receiving a dividend - at least, not yet.
New Zealand Rural Land Company’s capital raise has finished undersubscribed and it has opened it up to more investors to help make up the balance.
Wool Impact Ltd — the new industry body for the strong wool sector — has announced four of the five board members who will lead the new entity.
TVNZ and celebrity chef Ganesh Raj won’t answer questions over the appropriateness of him hosting a show aimed at helping people save money while his business owes more than $1 million to the tax department.
An Otago station is one of the first properties to receive Native CarbonCrop Units through Nelson-founded climate tech startup CarbonCrop.
An Otago economist says a recession is "almost certain" and Queenstown could be the hardest hit in the South.
Slade Hocking wants to help "reactivate" the South’s commercial buildings, breathing life back into spaces he says should not go to waste.
Former primary industries minister Nathan Guy has been appointed chairman of the Meat Industry Association following the retirement of John Loughlin.
The number of business failures continues to track below pre-pandemic levels, despite the end of Covid-19 support measures and stiffening economic headwinds.
Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson is confident that New Zealand can get a good deal for exporters from EU trade talks.
Although not traditionally known as a high-tech industry, the trades and construction industry is no different from any other when it comes to selecting the right software.
Chris Lamers recently started as chief executive of long-established Dunedin-based company MTF Finance.
Allan Fong's family has been in the horticulture business for nearly 60 years. He said there has never been a more difficult time to be a grower.
The Otago Community Trust may have to adjust its grants budget in the future if the current market volatility carries on.