Grocery King in South Dunedin has been fined $54,000 for 40 employment breaches and attempting to deceive a labour inspector.
Sixty-four year 10 pupils from seven city schools gathered for a primary sector think-tank, at the Growing Innovation Challenge held in Dunedin yesterday.
When it comes to the state of the baking industry in New Zealand, Kevin Gilbert reckons the quality continues to rise.
The co-owners of Dunedin skincare startup Bee yu are backing New Zealand bees to make a buzz in the increasingly competitive world of natural cosmetic skin products.
It could all have ended so badly. When Rod and Mirani Keillor were on holiday in Russia, they received a call to say wild pigs had destroyed their truffiere in Central Otago.
He has worked in children's television, done computer graphics for live sport and helped construct the simulator used to train New Zealand's air traffic controllers.
Otago business consultant and lawyer Kate Hesson was yesterday named the Institute of Directors (IoD) Otago Southland Branch Emerging Director for 2019.
Marketing and digital transformation agency Firebrand celebrates its 10th anniversary this month. Rebecca and Paul Twemlow speak to business reporter Sally Rae about doing business in Dunedin — and elsewhere.
A swag of awards is a sign small businesses in Dunedin are thriving, a boutique marketing agency manager says.
From a modest 1960s Brockville grocery shop to one of the largest independent food distributors in the South Island, Dunedin-headquartered Kaan's Catering Supplies is embarking on a big expansion programme.
At the age most people start thinking about saving for retirement, Darren Lovell changed countries and careers.
Burger sales are skyrocketing for a Dunedin eatery since it was featured on an international travel website.
The popular Dunedin Community Accounting service is relaunching with free sessions for non-profit organisations from next week.