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.
Britain's BBC needs to make tough decisions to ensure its future as viewers spend less time with the broadcaster and number of households paying the licence fee declines a spending watchdog says.
The Warehouse has apologised for an "unacceptable" advertisement that described boys' bikes with features easy enough for a girl to use.
Celebrity chef Josh Emett is pleading for Kiwi chefs overseas to come home and is offering to pay part of their airfare back to New Zealand.
A new supermarket in Alexandra has been granted resource consent and is set to break New World's monopoly on large-scale grocery retail in the town.
No ifs, ands or putts, Otago Harbour Golf Challenge remains afloat and is expecting to reopen by the end of this month.
The Meridian Mall is still searching for a new tenant to replace the H&J Smith department store, which is due to close on January 30.
The Tiwai Point smelter, which was set to close in August, has been granted a reprieve after a new contract was settled between smelter owner Rio Tinto and generator Meridian Energy.