One of New Zealand's richest families has sold its entire vineyard holding in Marlborough.
Low interest rates and few listings are continuing to fuel Nelson's housing market.
A new machine is revolutionising tree harvesting and gaining North American interest.
The Honey Company has changed its name and business is booming.
A pet health company is researching the health benefits of greenshell mussels and other natural extracts from New Zealand.
"It's been a difficult financial journey for the club, but now we are looking towards the benefits the theatre will bring."
Neighbouring businesses shoot down restaurant's proposal to replace car parks with outdoor dining.
"From what I've heard, the tourism industry is finally back to where it was before the Canterbury earthquakes."
The proposed changes seek to deal with the effects of land uses, particularly farming activities, on water quality at a region-wide level.
Todd Corporation is said to be selling Winegrowers of Ara to Marlborough's Indevin.
"It can't be enforced from the outside, it needs to come from within the community."
A Marlborough winery has launched a campaign to discover the next big innovation in wine.
Tourists too scared to take to the wheel, or wanting a more relaxing holiday, are paying to be chauffeur-driven around NZ.
Cruising has become a half-billion dollar industry for New Zealand as Kiwis and foreigners discover the joys of life on the ocean waves.
A survey of manufacturing in December showed an increase in domestic sales almost made up for a 10.76 per cent drop in export sales.
Blenheim business expert David Taylor is looking for companies to invest in.
The project will start with earthquake strengthening before the building is converted into a hostel.
Marlborough Express reporter Oliver Lewis shares the latest business news from around the region.
Flight attendants on two Q300 planes served the assembled media and wine experts glasses of wine from the vineyards below.
A Kiwi wine company, partly owned by British talk show host Graham Norton, is moving into a historic 114-year-old Auckland winery, with plans to centralise its operations.
The new Countdown in Redwoodtown, Blenheim, is opening in April.
Award-winning winemaker Nikolai St George was head-hunted from Matua Wines, starting at Giesen Wines in January.
Rental car companies expect vehicle hires to surpass 120,000 this month and visitors who haven't booked ahead could be in trouble.
The extended classification means farmers and growers are able to access more government assistance.
Design plans for a new roundabout on State Highway 1, in Marlborough, are close to being signed off
After 12 years, one couple remain committed to dairy farming but wonder what the future holds.
A Federated Farmers spokesman says he is pleased at the Government's announcement to extended drought status for the South Island, which came earlier this month. .
Some of the world's top wine writers and experts have arrived for the inaugural International Sauvignon Blanc Celebration.
Vineyard workers struggling to pay for food and rent after a contractor defaulted on a payment.
Even a smattering of Mandarin is proving useful for South Islanders doing business in China