OPINION: Why would someone who is going to a meeting, where the most they will wield is a cheap ball point pen, need to agree to be drug tested?
Frankton leads the way as Queenstown's construction industry booms.
Port Otago expansion not a surprise, South Port says.
"Its life Jim, but not as we know it". Many of you will recognise this line from Mr Spock to Captain Kirk from the original Star Trek series. A similar description could be given to the Prime Minister's announcement about property tax.
Southlanders share their thoughts on the 2015 New Zealand Budget.
Southland needs to put forward a case for a regional research institute to capture a slice of national innovation funding.
Toyota NZ ramping pressure on Ford Ranger with news of nine new Hilux models to join current 12 varieties.
Stephen Mulqueen is enjoying being back in familar territory.
Prices slip at Fonterra's GlobalDairyTrade auction for the fifth time in a row, with more expected.
Graham Cooney is chairing a steering group to create Southland's blueprint for the next 20 years.
Tiwai Point's owner reportedly revives efforts to sell Australasian aluminium assets.
A Queenstown man who lost $62,000 in the SCF collapse says a potential claim to reimburse shareholders would be a gamble.
The 79-year-old founder of Manda and Deep South is back in the icecream game.
Round-the-clock construction will allow the new Remarkables base building to open at the start of this season.
Queenstown ratepayers pick up bill for controversial footpath outside multimillion-dollar business Fergburger.
Outgoing Federated Farmers Southland president reminds Southlanders of agriculture's importance to economy.
HEAD: Taxing Times Article
Only one month in to this year's training in lean manufacturing processes, a Southland business is already starting to make changes.
Pride and satisfaction is rising at South Port, with frustration and stress decreasing.
A countback was needed to decide the champion of champions title at the Beef Expo at Feilding this morning.
Deal between two of the south's best-known brands brings a century of tradition to an end.
Most Southland dairy farmers are braced for the fallout from a dramatically lower payout.
It was off the farm and into the freezing works for some of Alliance Group's female shareholders.
Robert and Anna Kempthorne took a punt when they converted part of their Te Anau sheep farm to dairy in 2007.
A Southland construction boom in excess of $275m during the the past few years represents the new face of retail and industry in the region as big-box premises become the norm, commercial property sources say.
First-home buyers are lining up in Gore with latest figures showing strong property sales reflecting a seller’s market, a Gore real estate agent says.
The days of estimated power bills will soon be over.
Mobil has purchased two bulk storage tanks at Bluff Terminal to help ensure a reliable fuel supply in the South Island.
The tastiest and juiciest steak has been found after judges checked 20 of the finest in Palmerston North.