A Dunedin-born entrepreneur believes "trying" is key to being successful in business.
Scott Technology has announced a $10million contract to design and build a lamb-boning system for one of Australia’s largest meat processors.
Interviews will be held next week to select a chief executive to lead the South’s new business advocacy body.
Scenic Group is reversing a decision to put a West Coast hotel into hibernation following a spike in interest from Australia as the transtasman bubble looms.
Pacific Edge chief executive David Darling is retiring in April next year, after 18 years in the role.
A Gloriavale company has lost a contract to make Moo Chews children's snacks after questions about their employment practices.
I have some sympathy for our Government as it tries to slow our overheated domestic property market.
When Tania Dickie applied for the Institute of Directors’ (IoD) mentoring for diversity programme, her aim was to ‘‘unlock real value’’ she could add around the board table.
Kiwis will be able to fly direct to Tasmania from April 22, after Air New Zealand revealed the start date for the new service.
Dunedin-based Scott Technology was back in black when its half-year results were announced earlier this week. Chief executive John Kippenberger talks to Sally Rae about the company’s new strategy...
Scott Technology says its half-year results reflect the "positive momentum" being gained as its new strategy takes hold and most regions begin the recovery from Covid-19.
The opening of the travel bubble between Australia and NZ has given southern skifields confidence and certainty to begin recruiting staff - but they still need critical workers to be allowed into the country.
Covid-19 and the closure of borders wiped out Matt Butler's Wanaka-based fly fishing business. But rather than being downcast, he quickly pivoted to create another outdoors-related one.
"This is the saviour." Those were the words of Queenstown Lakes Mayor Jim Boult after learning quarantine-free travel between New Zealand and Australia will start in less than a fortnight.
Deep Creek Fruits NZ LP has announced a second capital raising to fund a packhouse and expansion at its Upper Clutha cherry orchards.
A cyclist meets the bulk carrier Zhe Hai 2 as it travels up the Otago Harbour channel towards Beach St wharf, at Port Chalmers. The vessel is bound for Tauranga tomorrow.
Qantas and Jetstar will operate up to 122 return flights per week across the Tasman when the quarantine-free bubble starts.