A Dunedin eatery is unable to go the whole hog since reopening but a reduction in Covid-19 restrictions is helping save its bacon, one of its owner says.
A locked-down Wanaka adventure business that normally survives on the dollars of international tourists has turned to koha as it refocuses on the local market.
If your income has reduced, you probably need to cut back on your lifestyle — or risk accruing big debts.
Students living in University of Otago halls of residence are getting rebates during the lockdown — but private landlords are being more wary of which students get rent relief.
When lockdown ends and people return to bars and restaurants, it is likely customers will have to register their details — and that is about to get a lot easier thanks to a Queenstown business duo.
City Forests will probably return to work next Tuesday and, after what has been seemingly endless disruption this year, its boss is wary of a case of Covid-19 at the workplace.
A Dunedin turntable maker should have been on his way back from showing off his device at a major US audio show last weekend.
Amid the harrowing business stories resulting from the Covid-19 outbreak, there are a few heartwarming tales.
United Machinists chief executive Sarah Ramsay breathed a huge sigh of relief when the wage subsidy scheme was opened up to high growth companies such as hers.
A leading Dunedin tax specialist says businesses will probably have made the decision to close for good over the past few days.
It has been about six years since Sue Moller and Steve Wilson each lost a son — both died at age 24 — and the Dunedin couple say it is time to properly grieve that loss now.
Saskia Seeling and Brittany Mason nervously laugh at the suggestion they were trained for situations like this.
A Dunedin hairdresser has made the ‘‘difficult decision’’ to close its doors for two weeks, in hopes of preventing the spread of Covid-19.
Many businesses in the South say the Government’s decision to pump $12.1billion into the economy — with significant wage support — gives them a lifeline.
How have local businesses reacted to the Govt's stimulus package? Business reporter Jacob McSweeny asks some of them to reveal their responses.