This year, SBS bank marks its 150th year and its chairman, John Ward, was one of the original members of a group known as the "ginger group" that helped stop its sale to Westpac. He reflects with...
The emergence of a global emphasis on natural products suggests the strong-wool industry is "on the cusp of better times", industry leader John Dawson says.
Tom O’Sullivan’s grandfather paid off his Canterbury farm with a single wool cheque during the wool boom in the early 1950s.
The International Wool Textile Organisation held its Wool Round Table in Queenstown recently, 19 years since its last event in New Zealand. Since 1930, IWTO has represented the collective interests...
Mosgiel businessman Colin Brown is retiring with “pride and satisfaction’’ after launching a multinational empire from his hometown more than a decade ago.
Forestry may be getting a bad rap lately particularly from the farming community, but there is no arguing with its returns. Brent Melville logged some time with City Forests this week, discovering...
Sam Murphy was stunned when Senior Constable Ruth Parsons served him trespass notices courtesy of fertiliser company Ravensdown and Port Otago yesterday.
Faster payments from government entities to small businesses will increase productivity and improve cashflow at "the small end of town" according to the Otago Chamber of Commerce.
ODocs Eye Care, developer of a world-first smartphone kit for diagnosing potential eye illness, has won a Dubai World Expo 2020 innovation grant valued at $US100,000 ($NZ153,000).
An article covering all aspects of Dunedin life — from the cost of living to tourism and education — has won the Dunedin Shanghai Association’s Chinese social media competition.
The Government expects to drive down petrol prices by between 18-32c a litre as a result of new rules which are expected to "swiftly" break the supply dominance of big fuel companies.
Government ministers say they will act "swiftly" to break supply dominance of big fuel companies with measures to improve competitiveness and transparency in the retail fuel market.
City Forests believes the best way to fight climate change is to plant trees and is leading by example.
Unregistered raw milk suppliers have been ordered to stop selling their products after a year-long investigation by the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI).
A five-auction winning streak was broken in this week’s GlobalDairyTrade auction as the headline index fell 0.5%.