Redundancies and restructuring are now daily occurrences in the South.
Resource consent has been granted for a proposal to redevelop parts of the former Roslyn Woollen Mill buildings on Kaikorai Valley Rd.
Ordering food online or via an app was mandatory a few weeks ago, but will that continue with no Covid-19 restrictions for hospitality businesses?
Staff at the The Warehouse in central Dunedin were ‘‘gutted’’ and ‘‘stunned’’ by news the company has identified their store for possible closure before September.
They have housed brothels, restaurants, and retailers, but a row of high-profile central Dunedin buildings may soon be reduced to rubble.
Retailers in the South say there are signs of consumers holding back spending, but it is still too early to get the full picture of what a post-lockdown economy will mean for them.
The owner of a Queenstown cleaning company believed her staff were the unsung heroes of the Covid-19 pandemic.
After 65 years in business, temporarily closing the doors on his Moray Pl barber shop was a sad moment for Selwyn Grave.
Dunedin business owners are excited to open their doors to customers once Cabinet decides when to move the country to Alert Level 2.
Omakau farmers Ben and Anna Gillespie have been named regional supreme winners in the Otago Ballance Farm Environment Awards.
Exports of New Zealand red meat and co-products in March passed the $1billion mark, a first for monthly exports.
As some businesses are now discussing restructuring and redundancies with staff in the South, the Otago Southland Employers Association is calling on the Government to extend the wage subsidy scheme.