An independent Oamaru supermarket has opened a second store 200m from Countdown, but the owner says he has no intention to compete with the giant.
It was the end of an era for a small town South Island petrol station when it closed its doors for good yesterday.
In a world where the pursuit of health and wellness can feel like an uphill battle, the founder of Amplified Health & Wellness has become a beacon of inspiration for others trying to make the journey.
A family-owned business that provided signage for the Fifa Women’s World Cup is set to close after long delays in getting paid for their work left them demoralised and worn down.
One of New Zealand's largest online retailers Mighty Ape has opened a big new distribution centre in Christchurch.
What does the new coalition deal mean for the property market? CoreLogic chief economist Kelvin Davidson breaks it all down.
Organisers of a petition in response to McDonald’s plans to set-up a branch in Wānaka have a simple message for the fast food giant: burger off.
Like it or loathe it, one of the world’s largest fast food chains is set to open an outlet in Wānaka.
The Supreme Court has reinforced a ruling that old water consents cannot be repurposed for water bottling like has been allowed in Christchurch.
A large agriculture business' plan to expand its operation on the outskirts of Rolleston has nearby residents worried it will end up being an “eyesore”.
The Commerce Commission is assessing nearly two dozen queries from supermarket customers who missed out on pots and pans in a New World cookware promotion.
There was a jubilant atmosphere at Christchurch International Airport on Friday night for the return of China Southern Airlines' direct flights.
It's time to 'Turn Hornby Blue' to raise money for the new hydrotherapy pool inside the Matatiki Hornby Centre.
Supermarket customers who missed out on pots and pans in a New World cookware sticker promotion want the retailer to honour the promotion.
Lamb prices have dropped to levels not seen for six years, taking more than 20 percent off sheep farmers' incomes.