I recently returned to choir after a long hiatus.
Bluff fisherman Tane Fisher never tires of his expeditions to Fiordland to catch crayfish destined mostly for the Chinese market.
Elon Musk is keen to achieve what no business leader's done before, from mass-producing electric cars to developing reusable space rockets. Now he's blazing another trail most CEOs have avoided: the profane insult.
The number of Kiwis behind on their mortgages spiked back up again in October, according to Centrix.
A Dunedin family-owned business which provided signage for the Fifa Women’s World Cup will wrap up after being worn down by months of delays for payment for their work.
A resurgence in travel has delivered "very good numbers" to Skyline Enterprises’ properties and Skyline Queenstown has recovered the two months of lost earnings due to the gondola changeover, half-year financial results show.
Luxury Italian textile-maker Reda has celebrated 30 years of farm ownership in the central South Island.
Billionaire Elon Musk has advertisers that have fled his social media platform X over anti-Semitic content to "Go f*** yourself" in a fiery interview.
Restricting factory farming should play a key role in efforts to cut climate-warming greenhouse gases, an environmental charity says, as emissions from "food systems" emerge as a major focus of climate talks in Dubai.
One of New Zealand's largest online retailers, Mighty Ape, has opened a big new distribution centre in Christchurch.
MTF Finance has posted a bumper full-year financial result, reporting an after-tax net profit of $11.6 million for the year ending September 30, up 38% on the previous year.
Westpac is changing its terms and conditions to stop customers writing abusive comments into the payment system.
Ross Buckley reckons the artificial intelligence (AI) revolution will prove comparable to the impact electricity had on society.
Both emerging and experienced talent in governance was celebrated by the Otago-Southland branch of the Institute of Directors in Dunedin this week.
North Otago farmer Jo Hay is this year’s recipient of the Institute of Directors’ (IoD) Otago-Southland branch Emerging Director Award.
Big-name retailers have been called out for advertising “fake sales” this Black Friday as new data reveals many products could have been purchased for the same price or less in the weeks prior.