Invercargill leaders need to show vision for the city's central business district to survive, retailer Carolyn Milne says.
OPINION: There has been some confusion as to what people do about the new phenomenon of the Mondayisation.
Avenal Park Funeral Home has bought the former Bella Kai building in Lorneville.
GST is a consumption tax; it is based on the sale of goods and services, with the tax ultimately being borne by the end consumer. On line shopping accounts for approximately 10% of retail shopping undertaken by New Zealand customers. Much of on line shopping is bought from overseas suppliers, but GST is not imposed on much of foreign internet purchases.
Tiwai Point posts strong profit despite tough market conditions.
After lobbying for lower power prices, the Tiwai Point smelter is in a healthy position.
Invercargill's CBD has more than 40 shops and offices awaiting tenants, the highest number in a decade.
The Ministers of Finance and Revenue have issued papers on options for modernising New Zealand's tax administration.
A recent case shows how obligations of good faith flow not just from an employer to the employee but also from the employee back to the employer.
It's not quite mad scientist territory, but as brewer Steve Nally describes preparations for Heritage Cider Day this Saturday there is definitely an air of the unexpected.
Kaye's bakery won the contract to produce anzac biscuits for limited edition run of WWI commemorative Anzac biscuit tins.
Graphic design studio Back 9 Design has moved out of its prominent location on the corner of Don and Dee Streets, after 20 months in the space.
Retro Organics is experiencing growing pains but owners Lois and Robin Greer are not unhappy as the Tuturau-based business looks at the next phase of its growth.
While Southland vehicle sales surged last year, some are warning the golden run could be at an end.
Southland farmers need to look beyond the short-term constraints of a high NZ dollar.
The Easter trading period has bloomed again without many issues in the south.
A large chunk of the Great South Basin extending up to the Canterbury Basin has been included in the Government's 2015 block offerings for oil and gas exploration.
Plans for the new Waikiwi Tavern are running into delays with liquefaction potential meaning changes are needed to the new building's foundations.
Customers are now looking for the New Zealand-made tag when buying boutique clothes, New Zealand designer Jon Dyball says.
Businesswoman Carla Forbes is the first female president of Southland Chamber of Commerce.
Would you buy artificial milk or beef if the price was right?
Southland farmers left "shocked and disappointed" by Fonterra's decision to slash its forecast dividend.
Bella Kai struggled to compete with the buying power of the major supermarkets, manager Annmarie Tinnock says.
A bell every five minutes introduced business students to Southland employers yesterday.
Lorneville foodstore and cafe Bella Kai has announced it will close on March 29.
Southland is doing well at a national level says Reserve Bank governor.
David Surveyor looks at Alliance Group as a global business with its heart in Southland.
A coal company has secured a permit to mine an additional 4.2 million tonnes of coal near Nightcaps.
An SBS Bank subsidiary has bought 50 per cent of Staples Rodway Asset Management.
There's not many times a business closing story has a happy ending.