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.
Cash-strapped dairy farmers are slaughtering thousands more cattle than usual in response to slumping milk prices.
Long awaited turnaround in GlobalDairyTrade auction prices comes with a warning.
Charity shops across the south are experiencing mixed fortunes as seasonal fluctuations and increased competition bite.
A Winton real estate agent has won a national sales award for listing and selling the most properties in New Zealand which he says reflects the strong residential property market in Central Southland.
Organisers of a 10-day regional winery event are staying upbeat despite missing out on funding from the Cromwell Community Board.
The Queenstown residential property market had its busiest month for years in July, according to the latest real estate figures.
Rakiura Maori Lands Trust and Real Journeys have joined forces on Stewart Island.
Buyers are already eyeing up Solid Energy's Southland assets, following the coal company's voluntary administration.
Four times as many dairy farmers than normal are crying out for help thanks to Fonterra's plunging payout.
The long arm of Inland Revenue is longer than some people think, Murray McClennan explains
A programme aims to give older workers the chance to prove themselves with no risk our outlay for the employer, Brian Richardson reports
A cow barn has enabled a West Otago family to increase their milking herd and make a big jump in production.
The Invercargill Licensing Trust consolidated group recorded a 4.7 per cent drop in profit for the 2015 year.
The price of dairy cows has taken a hammering over the past six months due to the downturn in the milk price.
Simon Saunders admits there still a bit of work to do on his Stag Valley property.
The birdsong flows around Malcolm MacKenzie's Southland farm.
Work to Rule columnist Rebecca McLeod reports an Employment Relations Authority ruling.
Fonterra's decision to slash the price it pays its farmers for milk solids will wipe $2.5 billion off the economy, an analyst says.
It's perilous to neglect PAYE, Taxing Times columnist Craig Macalister writes.
Another fall on Fonterra's GlobalDairyTrade prompts call to temporarily suspend the auction process.
A major new inner-city development is taking shape in Invercargill.
A retirement village "more attractive than the standard retirement villages" has been given the green light for Cromwell in Central Otago.