Pacific Edge’s investors will be "keenly watching" its financial results for revenue growth, a Dunedin stockbroker says.
A NZ energy start-up company is to launch a bitcoin-mining centre next to the Monowai Power Station in Southland, bringing to four the number of planned data-mining centres in the South.
The lower end of Dunedin’s housing market has experienced one of the biggest drops in the country in the past three months, latest figures have revealed.
High-profile lawyer and businesswoman Mai Chen has been appointed to the board of southern meat processor Blue Sky Pastures.
Otago Federated Farmers president Mark Patterson has described the past 12 months as "one of the most tumultuous in recent farming history".
A "significant" dispute about a cost blowout has left a North Otago irrigation company in receivership.
A 50bp hike in the Official Cash Rate (OCR) may not be needed at this week’s reserve bank announcement, an Otago economist says.
Institute of Directors chief executive Kirsten Patterson talks to business editor Sally Rae about the importance of good governance.
A Dunedin business says it was left in the dark this week after a single email about nearby power pole replacements slipped through unnoticed a fortnight ago.
Otago business leaders Pat Heslin, Trish Oakley and Dawn Sangster were named Chartered Fellows of the Institute of Directors at a chartered members dinner in Dunedin this week.
Treasury advised against the Government's $350 cost of living payment in yesterday's Budget, saying it was a "poor mechanism for supporting households with a longer-term problem".
The Government has given struggling New Zealanders short-term relief from the increasing cost of living.
Michael Muir has been honoured with a life membership of the News Publishers’ Association in recognition of his service to the association and the newspaper industry.
A University of Otago immunologist and clinical microbiologist has welcomed the Government’s financial booster for RNA research and development, announced in Budget 2022.
For the first time in decades, this year’s Budget was delivered in the menacing shadow of inflation.
In Budget 2022 Finance Minister Grant Robertson is placing a great deal of faith in the projections contained within three graphs.