Kayak guides are encouraging Chinese visitors who cannot swim and have a fear of the sea to have a go.
Stuart Hore, 77, will change banks if Westpac closes its Ranfurly branch.
The developer associated with Pegasus Town has purchased a Yaldhurst subdivision in a deal which may help Delta Utilities recovery $13m.
Postal service reports a $141m profit and parcel growth, but posties are delivering fewer letters.
Glenorchy Community Association says regulation seems to be working.
Young businessman starts up tours on "Rolls-Royce of rickshaws" around Queenstown.
Southland-owned pet stores say they have no qualms with pet store chain Animates setting up in to town.
Milkshakes and soups will be replaced by donuts as Johnny Barr's closes.
SLI remains confident after making sweeping management changes
Invercargill businesses have joined forces to provide free wi-fi on Esk St.
Christchurch-based Ebos has become a major player in the Australasian health products business
Extended evening restrictions and more parking officers.
Invercargill's South City revival looks near complete with the promise of two more food chains.
Meridian Energy sells more power at higher prices in New Zealand and Australia.
Real estate agents say buyers are jumping at the chance to nab higher-priced properties.
Seasoned tourism operators and budding entrepreneurs with ideas came together at Venture Southland to find out what it takes to develop a tourism operation.
Queenstown mayoral candidate Jim Boult's directorship of Stonewood under scrutiny.
High Court finds in favour of the tax man but Queenstown Airport is continuing the fight.
The Invercargill licensing Trust has made a healthy profit of $8.462 million pre-tax for the 2015/16 financial year.
Sir Peter Jackson takes his "dream company" to another level.
Health and safety experts say over reliance on hi-vis clothing may be dangerous.
A young Cromwell couple with a passion for fitness plans to open a 24-hour gym in the mall.
Alpine Aqualand hydro slide prices doubled since but did the number of visitors.
With zombie and rat trap challenges on offer, the range of team building activities for businesses is growing.
For the first time ever more than 50,000 Australian visitors came here in July, and tourist spending is up 18 per cent.
Cuts to senior staff salaries and directors fees mooted for technology company Rakon following New Zealand Shareholders Association campaign.
An independent review of the Around the Mountains Cycle Trail has slammed the Southland District Council's management of the project.
And it's not just a technique for designers, leading southern exporter Paul Adams says.
Council has already agreed deal with developer to build $150m project.
Southlanders have rallied behind proposed changes to electricity transmission pricing.