Testing of runway lighting system at Queenstown Airport hailed a success.
Southland District councillors are at odds as to whether the Catlins Road should be sealed.
The Reserve Bank has left the official cash rate unchanged at 2.25 per cent.
The art of painting and drinking wine is to be combined in Queenstown.
A trust involving a former ACT MP was found to have fraudulently concealed money from a liquidator.
Wellington-based med-tech company, Volpara Health Technologies, is listing on the Australian stock exchange to further its global growth.
A drone built by a Queenstown company is attracting attention from US television shows.
The rate cut bonanza may be at an end with the Reserve Bank expected to hit pause this week.
Landlord building two more bedrooms in lounge of a house and raising rent to $1000 a week.
Queenstown hoteliers are in for "super-duper" autumns by 2018 as an influx of Chinese tourists kickstarts growth.
Could Dunedin be the new winemaking area of New Zealand?
An experienced tourism operator warns New Zealand better work on its "wow" factor if it wants to attract big spending incentive travellers.
It's been closed for five years but the Otautau Hall still hasn't been fully cleared out.
Major Chinese companies give big incentives for top sales figures, and NZ's now part of that.
Action team not chasing council amalgamation, strategy leaders say.
The Patterson family, long time Christchurch hoteliers and owners of the city's Commodore Hotel, have spread their wings to Queenstown.
Businesses receive advice from the First Retail Group.
Queenstown Airport testing night flights are a week away with a runway and airfield lighting upgrade awaited to be completed.
Chinese skiers and snowboarders to train in Otago prior to Winter Olympics in 2022.
After three years, the Nose restaurant and bar will close at Highlands Motorsport Park - but not to make way for a rollercoaster or Hilton Hotel.
New Zealand banks are quizzing customers about their links to the US to meet a June deadline for complying with a controversial US anti-tax avoidance law.
Southland woman revels in male-dominated construction industry.
Invercargill man Rob Singleton's signage outside the House of Travel Lakers in Invercargill has won a national award.
Mandarin speaking ski instructors get jobs in Wanaka.
Southland tourism numbers continue to show solid results.
Lamb and cattle flows into southern processing plants have them working at capacity.
Foreign trusts and the misguided media missile
The completely upgraded Invercargill airport terminal has been officially opened by the Prime Minister.
Campaign will promote Christchurch as the first stop for international visitors, especially Australians.
While film revenue in Wellington drops, TV production in Auckland increased in 2015.