Dunedin's main shopping street is yet to really feel the pinch of Covid-19’s economic disruption following a recent audit of vacated premises.
A detailed design for Dunedin’s Hillside main workshops upgrade will probably be ready by the end of the year.
Two 90,000 litre fuel tanks were lifted into place at Nelson Petroleum Distributors’ new station in Andersons Bay Rd yesterday morning.
The Government has set-up a regional leadership group aimed at supporting Otago's changing labour market.
The Warehouse in Maclaggan St will shut its doors to the public at the end of this month to become a "dark store" and will probably close fully in July next year.
Microsoft and TikTok parent ByteDance has given the US government notice it wants to explore a proposal for Microsoft to purchase the TikTok service in the US, Canada, Australia and NZ.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says Labour's economic plan is to focus on Covid recovery with investment in training and jobs, and National's plan to reduce debt would mean $80 billion in cuts.
Bradken could shut its Dunedin foundry by the end of the year - affecting almost 40 workers - but staff may have to get through a lot of work in the meantime.
South Otago sheep and beef farmer Amy Blaikie has been "absolutely blown away" by the response to her wool petition.
Dunedin tech company Tussock Innovation has received the Digital Innovation Award at this year’s virtual National Fieldays.
Close to one million people visited Milford Sound last year, but that has slowed from a torrent to a trickle as borders have closed.
Otago residents and businesses opposed to power price hikes as part of Aurora Energy’s proposed $383 million programme to save its network will be able to push for the hikes to be deferred.
Kiwirail is hoping to hire 10 railway apprentices in Dunedin to work on a Provincial Growth Fund (PGF) project starting next month.
Jetstar is dramatically increasing its domestic schedule for August, which includes more flights to and from Dunedin and Queenstown due to demand.