A community pub with about 150 years of history in Green Island is staring down closing time permanently.
As Donald Trump departs the White House and 2021 looks to be another year of uncertainty in global politics, Brexit feels almost like a distant memory.
From tomorrow, Air New Zealand will require the use of face masks on all international flights to and from New Zealand.
Talleys, Ernest Adams and Yoplait are among hundreds of manufacturers and brands dumping contaminants into New Zealand's drains and getting away with it. You can read the full statements of the companies who responded here.
Frank van Betuw watches as blood red water and globs of yellow animal fat gush from Dunedin's sewers into the Green Island wastewater treatment plant. He knows the company that dumped it isn't allowed to do it and fears it will happen again and again.
Queenstown's Covid troubles have not had a lasting impact on property prices because of a lack of supply.
Darren Lovell’s piece about Queenstown’s stampeding elephant and how local businesses are hurting. Now let’s address some of the misconceived comments about tourism and business in a Covid-19 world, writes Brett Duncan.
Dunedin’s oldest hotel continues to get a $10 million face-lift in a bid to get a 5-star rating as hotel room occupancy rates fall across the nation.
Paul Hansen wants world domination in the software industry and has teamed up with a German company.
Beach Energy Resources NZ is abandoning oil and gas exploration permits off the South Island coast, including several off Otago, raising concerns about the economic impact on the region.
A dip in manufacturing activity in Otago and Southland last month cannot be taken as a trend, Otago Southland Employers Association chief executive officer Virginia Nicholls says.
A Southland dairy farming couple with a passion for Central Otago have purchased a vineyard owned by a slain Auckland woman.
NZTA regional relationships director and former DCC chief executive Jim Harland has been appointed as the Waimakariri District Council’s new chief executive.
Cobb & Co plans to reopen its restaurant at the Dunedin Railway Station in mid-February, the North Island franchise owner says.
The site of a former bar in Dunedin’s CBD is about to take shape as an eclectic street food and beverage destination.
An Otago vineyard owned by a murdered Auckland woman owed more than $12 million when it went into receivership.
Christchurch residents are a step closer to having their very own Taco Bell, the first in the South Island.