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It took just over two weeks for Wanaka businesswoman Anna Ross to raise $2.17 million in equity for her cosmetics company, Kester Black.
Otago and Southland have collected about $26 million from the Government’s wage subsidy scheme while the upper North Island has remained locked down, latest figures show.
Robin McNeill has worked all over the world in the telecommunications sector, but there's something about Southland that keeps drawing him back. Riley Kennedy talks to the man on a mission.
Outdoor adventure store Torpedo7 will soon open the doors of its first store in Invercargill, generating 15 jobs in the region.
Inflation is at its highest level in a decade in New Zealand, as consumer prices rose 2.2% in September quarter, taking the annual rate to 4.9%.
Inflation is expected to hit its highest level in a decade when the latest data is released on Monday.
Home buyers are spending millions of dollars on top-end southern homes despite not having set foot on the property, real estate agents say.
Jamie Siggleko was jailed for six years for assaulting a police officer, but time in prison sparked a change, when he discovered he could use hair clippers to gain respect.
A woman who was fired after a public disagreement with her boss on Facebook has been awarded $5000 in compensation for hurt and humiliation as well as $3104 in lost and unpaid wages.
The Serious Fraud Office has launched several inquiries into alleged abuse of the Government's Covid-19 wage subsidy scheme.
Britain will be among the first countries to apply corporate sustainability disclosure standards from a new global board to be unveiled soon, a government minister says.
Facebook will now count activists and journalists as "involuntary" public figures and so increase protections against harassment and bullying targeted at these groups, its global safety chief said in an interview this week.