Wanaka businesswoman Anna Ross and her partner Fergus Sully are preparing for international take-off in the beauty products industry.
A Dunedin law firm has started fielding calls from city businesses raising legal concerns about operating under the new Covid-19 Alert Level 2 rules.
The New Zealand Merino Company has achieved a record net profit after tax of $4.3 million for the year ended June 30.
Peter Beck’s love for creating stuff was always going to see him fly off into the galaxy of success. Business reporter Riley Kennedy looks back to his southern launchpad to the world.
Behold the mindful Kiwi. Lockdown has changed New Zealanders’ spending habits, making us more aware of how we use discretionary money.
With the move to Covid-19 Alert Level 2 for Dunedin and the rest of the country except Auckland, many local businesses are hitting the ground running and clearing backlogs of jobs.
They began queuing early at the Otago Farmers Market this morning, but Delta Alert Level 2 restrictions could spell the end for some vendors, market manager Michele Driscoll says.
Almost a quarter of Queenstown businesses which responded to a survey during lockdown aren’t confident they’ll survive till the end of this year.
A family-owned Christchurch brewery has scooped another world beer award - its third in three years.
Access to ANZ's online banking service and app have gone down again this morning as the bank continues to come under fire from a cyber attack.
The South Island's biggest supermarket business has a new boss who has worked most of her career in the retail fashion sector.
The Golden Fleece Hotel and Motel in Waikouaiti is well and truly open for business and ready to serve customers during Alert Level 2.
Ngai Tahu Holdings chief operating officer and former Ngai Tahu Seafood chairman Craig Ellison (Ngai Tahu) has been appointed chief executive of Ngai Tahu Holdings for a period of 10 months.
A 4.125 hectare property on the outskirts of Ashburton that has been home to thousands of men and women over the years is going under the hammer.
The Golden Fleece Hotel in Waikouaiti is open for business and is not affected by its previous owners facing liquidation.
There are fears of a widespread cyber attack after a number of websites went down this morning, including Kiwibank, ANZ, NZ Post and MetService.