Medical company Promisia Integrative hopes to turn its core business to the aged care sector and acquire three facilities in the North Island and lease a fourth in Christchurch.
The group that owns Farmers department stores has confirmed some staff have been let go as a result of the Covid-19 crisis.
Air New Zealand has confirmed it expects to report an underlying loss for the 2020 financial year while estimating hedging losses and aircraft impairments of up to $560 million.
A shipping company carrying about 15% of the container volume through Port Otago has decided to stop coming to Port Chalmers.
The TAB is informing staff of job losses today after a proposal to cut hundreds of roles due to the Covid-19 downturn.
Stuff chief executive Sinead Boucher has purchased Stuff from its Australian owners Nine Entertainment for $1.
A former senior manager employed by retail chain Kathmandu has accused the company of an unfair restructure during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Restaurant table service rules apply and it's soft drinks only as Air New Zealand's Koru Lounge reopens at Christchurch Airport on Monday.
Furniture and electronics retailer Smiths City has been placed into receivership to allow a quick sale to Polar Capital, a private investment company.
Motels along accommodation hot spot Riccarton Rd have one thing in common at the moment - vacancy signs.
KiwiSavers moved $1.4 billion into cash and conservative funds in March - with one provider saying it shows how people panicked as Covid-19 impacted markets.
Christchurch Hospital is pushing ahead with a new $150 million medical tower block despite its own doctors pleading that it's far too small.
More than 1300 Air New Zealand workers will lose their jobs as the airline starts cutting affected routes.
A former employee of Christchurch-based Dominion Constructors is facing a $38,000 fine after taking responsibility for an incident during the construction of Queenstown’s Kmart building.
Fletcher Building says 1500 job losses in New Zealand and Australia will be felt across all divisions as the company responds to the economic downturn caused by Covid-19.