The Southland cruise ship industry is gearing up for its biggest summer season.
Olivers in Clyde is celebrating another milestone this weekend with the release of the second craft beer from Olivers' Victoria Store Brewery.
Sometimes to catch a rat, you have to act like one.
Inland Revenue has the resources to keep appealing court cases beyond the financial reach of the taxpayers it's up against.
A missing employment agreement didn't help a company's case before the Employment Relations Authority, Brian Richardson reports.
Southlanders least optimistic in New Zealand about economic outlook, survey finds.
Craig Macalister looks at how provincial Southland farms or lifestyle blocks fit in to new tax rules
An economic profile for Central Otago presents a positive picture of the district's economy.
An Invercargill company's engineering department has been bolstered with international talent.
AntaraAg is looking to expand its business, following Invercargill company Blue River Dairy's approval for CNCA accreditation.
Southern meat industry stakeholders have mixed feelings over a $261m Silver Fern Farms deal.
Southland beef and lamb could soon play a significant part in future trade between New Zealand and China.
Fonterra's Edendale site will be able to produce 10 per cent more milk products per day following a $157 million expansion.
A Southland boy's road safety science project could be a big winner with foreign drivers.
Fonterra is projecting farmers will produce at least 2-3 per cent less milk this season, although further cutbacks and an expected El Nino could see even lower volumes.
As a key report on Southland's economic potential is prepared for release this week central and local government have been sizing up the region's challenges and opportunities.
Blue River Dairy can restart exports of its sheep milk baby formula to China, following an accreditation from the Certification and Accreditation Administration.
The Government tried for simplicity and . . . . oh dear, writes Taxing Times columnist Craig Macalister.
Southland cannot rely on its biggest employers to remain strong in the future, Steven Joyce says.
A report identifying opportunities and factors holding development back in Southland will be presented to the mayoral forum on September 9.
With turbines churning on a grey day, Southland's newest wind farm is officially up and running.
The Invercargill Licensing Trust has bought the Southland Times building in Esk St.
OPINION: Murray McClennan considers the changes ahead for GST and online purchases.
Small businesses, farms, and volunteers should understand the changes in health and safety legislation. Mike Mitchell sets them out.
Don Nicolson has been appointed to The Power Company Ltd board.
Seven-year-old Percheron mare sure to bring the "x-factor" to country weddings.
A Southern-designed boating sensation is about to foot it with some famous names at the New Zealand Design Awards.
Bill Richardson Transport World is going to instigate a tourism boost for the south, Venture Southland says.
Might that be the Commissioner of Inland Revenue tiptoeing up behind you? Taxing Times columnist Craig Macalister wants a word with employees who find themselves indebted to the taxman.