Dunedin inventor Larry Burns has done it again, this time tackling the topical issue of flooding.
A shortage of volunteers for clinical drug trials in Dunedin means a research company has been turning down contracts.
Dunedin-based tech company Bison Group is making its mark on the military.
Coffee engineer sounds somewhat of an unusual occupation.
Dunedin-founded clothing brand Silkbody has been sold to Wellington interests, and will relocate to the capital under new ownership next month.
How many times this week have you thrown away a takeaway coffee cup?
The owner of a Dunedin furniture and homeware store has no regrets about moving her business to Mosgiel.
Ken Cummings still has the paperwork for the very first car he sold more than 40 years ago.
Head along to Central Otago orchard Moorpark and Mulberry and prepare for much hilarity.
A Dunedin waste disposal business owner is devastated after much of his property was destroyed by Wednesday’s blaze at Burnside.
Dunedin entrepreneur Julia Charity has come up with the novel concept of a "pop-up" digital 1000-bed hotel in the city to cope with the influx of visitors during major events.
They say the family that plays together stays together and, at law firm Gallaway Cook Allan, that motto could also be extended to staff.
Recent positive developments in Brighton suggest it could become Dunedin’s ‘‘next St Clair’’.
A Dunedin toy shop owner is set to end a 14-year career of ‘‘fun’’.
A marketplace for social media influencers, an app to make investing easy and a Dunedin-based enterprise software business are among Kiwi tech companies being tipped to watch this year.
A three-year involvement with Dunedin through the city’s Gigatown win has been "way more than a job" for Kim Stewart.
There is something of a family feeling about RocketWerkz, the Otago Daily Times Business of the Year. Business editor Dene Mackenzie talks to the company founder Dean Hall and his sister Stephanie Hall about their success.
Dunedin Venues Management Ltd’s chief executive Terry Davies is the Otago Daily Times’ Business Leader of the Year. He talks to Sally Rae.
After her teacher moved countries, an apprentice tattoo artist decided to start a new business with a different focus on skin.
A business idea was born when a Dunedin panelbeater saw a group of ‘‘orange ladies’’ on a night out in the city.