Some Otago businesses are saying they are unlikely to survive a ‘‘double whammy’’ of decreased revenues and increased wage demands in the coming months, the Otago Chamber of Commerce warns.
A Dunedin company that imports the majority of its product from China says it is not panicking in light of the Covid-19 situation.
The Dunedin International Airport increased its terminal rentals by almost a third at the halfway stage of the year, as the benefits of its terminal investment project started to generate returns.
The Dunedin City Council says it will not be making any comment on the effects of the Octagon closure until its trial is complete.
One of every two Otago business people thinks business conditions will deteriorate during 2020, and less than 17% are upbeat about future prospects.
Without early stage funding for tech businesses Dunedin would be building ‘‘a beautiful bridge to nowhere,’’ Start-up Dunedin chairwoman Sarah Ramsay says.
A Dunedin building company involved in a $230,000 settlement deal after a contractor was injured says it was ''devastated" by the incident.
The former Fishers Meats factory that provided 100 years of production is to be taken over by a Wellington-based company making plant-based meat on the premises.
Meat production at a 100-year-old Dunedin company has ceased and 13 staff have been made redundant but the owner of The Craft Meat Company says the business will live on.
Dunedin entrepreneur Georgie Northcoat’s idea to turn clothing off-cuts into insulation has been named as a finalist in a major Callaghan Innovation competition.
Local Dunedin startup wool network AgMatch has attracted the eye of one of Australia’s biggest retail groups, Frontline.
A large swan has made an unlikely comeback, from a Balclutha pond to the top of Dunedin’s newest bar and cafe.
When Christine McNamara and three colleagues decided to buy out a PricewaterhouseCoopers practice in Dunedin a year ago they needed a name.
Dunedin high-tech engineering firm United Machinists has expanded its city footprint, investing an additional $3 million into new factory and engineering capacity.