There is a rock wall next to a car park in Dunedin that many people walk past without taking a second look.
Is running a baby shop in Dunedin child’s play? Reporter Shawn McAvinue talks to two baby shop retailers — one entering and one leaving the market — about the reasons for their moves.
Penelope Baldwin jokes she should have copyrighted the use of the word kind, before the Prime Minister made it her catchword.
A day of ripping arcs of a demolition digger’s tines spelled the end of the Great King St Caltex service station yesterday.
Bar owners in the South say they face a long road ahead, despite a good start when bars opened their doors on Thursday after being closed under alert level regulations.
Dunedin's H&J Smith department store will reopen to the public today, after advice was sought to ensure it was safe for staff and customers to return.
Retailers in the South say there are signs of consumers holding back spending, but it is still too early to get the full picture of what a post-lockdown economy will mean for them.
There were a few extra signs of life in Dunedin and other parts of Otago this morning as the country stepped into its first day under Alert level 2.
Tourist operators in Queenstown Lakes are looking to neighbouring businesses as attractions look to survive in a depleted market.
If business wasn’t tough enough for Queenstown’s hospo outlets before the Covid-19 closedown, it’ll be far more on a knife-edge once lockdown ends even if there’s less competition. Philip Chandler talks to four long-time operators about how they’ll fare in the new order.
The phones have been ringing off the hook at Dunedin’s Stihl Shop, as people race to get mowers and power tools serviced and repaired.
A Dunedin eatery is unable to go the whole hog since reopening but a reduction in Covid-19 restrictions is helping save its bacon, one of its owner says.