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.
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.
A business idea was born when a Dunedin panelbeater saw a group of ‘‘orange ladies’’ on a night out in the city.
After her teacher moved countries, an apprentice tattoo artist decided to start a new business with a different focus on skin.
Dunedin-based tech company Bison Group is featuring at a major exhibition and conference in Amsterdam this week.
Helen Riley-Duddin and her husband, Michael, had it all in Dunedin — friends and business connections, and their family was well settled.
A bunch of fine-wool growers will be well suited for a modelling career should they ever choose to trade in their merino sheep.
Skyline Enterprises chief executive Geoff McDonald has only been in the job five months but he is passionate about the growth opportunities the Queenstown-based company has ahead of it.