A concrete company has been fined $230,000 after a worker who slipped while using a saw severed three fingers in a horror workplace accident.
Lighting Direct store manager Kevin Roberts shifts stock at the company’s new Dunedin shop in Crawford St.
Dunedin's real estate trade slowed to a trickle last month, with about three houses a day changing ownership.
Tourism company Real Journeys has offered voluntary redundancy to all its seasonal staff in Milford Sound due to fewer bookings after the coronavirus outbreak and recent flooding in Fiordland.
Fletcher Building is signalling it is running out of patience with the protracted arguments over the future of its Ihumatao site in Auckland.
Baby mobiles, luxury cat beds and trinket boxes - products your typical farming bloke is probably not looking for at a field days event, but Sheep-ish Design co-owner Jo Ruddenklau says their wool products are an instant hit with them in particular.
Sophie Barker sits on two sides of the Octagon closure debate; on one hand she is a councillor, on the other she helps run a tourism business that has had a distinct downturn in bookings.
Ford Motor will commit $500 million to the Australian market in 2020 and is likely to hire more staff as global automotive giant General Motors prepares to quit by the end of the year.
It's getting tougher to be a meat eater, as price surges of 21% for bacon, 14% for lamb chops and 13% for beef mince have contributed to the largest annual rise in food prices for eight years.
Valley Crates and Engineering staff were left in shock and on the brink of unemployment when liquidators turned up to close the business last Tuesday.
The impacts of Covid-19 on the tourism sector and the continued lack of qualified employees are being cited as major issues for the Otago and Southland service sector.
Eye care tech company oDocs Eye Care says it will launch a $500,000 capital raise this year to help fund its expansion plans into Asia.
Dunedin engineering and automation business Scott Technology is undertaking a strategic overhaul to help ignite its global performance.
The Holden brand will disappear at the end of the year after its owner General Motors announced it will no longer make cars suitable for New Zealand roads.
The Government is investigating whether it should give the Minister of Energy power to "reallocate electricity or gas in situations of acute electricity or gas shortage."
Logistics company Maersk has spoken about the engineering exercise behind silencing a fleet of Rio Class vessels visiting Port Chalmers.
Unifone contracts manager Glenn Hutton spent three days in Waimumu, outside Gore, last week, talking to Southland and Otago farmers about their broadband options.
Feeling generous and thinking of making a donation to a good cause in the knowledge that the Government will effectively fund 33% of it by way of that nice tax credit?
A high-powered Mexican delegation has given Oamaru the tick of approval as an innovative business area with strong economic development opportunities.