A collapse in milk prices has come at the worst time for project.
New regional airline will learn from past failure and will not compete against Air NZ, says founder.
SBS Bank has nearly eclipsed last year's $22m surplus just nine months into the 2014-15 year.
Taha Asia Pacific ordered to dispose of potentially hazardous material by Saturday.
Socrates Mallari is proud to be a New Zealand resident but describes the hoops he had to jump through to qualify as "crazy".
Otago residents will have the chance to send their wee nippers to a new early childhood centre in Mosgiel.
Southland farmers urged to invest in new technology that will improve productivity, reduce labour intensity and improve their herds.
Pauline Dermody says she's racked up a lifetime of great memories at the Woodlands Tavern.
The cost of replacing the hotel's boiler has increased by about $80,000.
Invercargill Brewery is happy to piggy-back on the dramatic success of Wellington's Yeastie Boys.
Tiwai bosses are investigating whether power supply can be secured via multiple contracts.
Over 130 workers at energy efficiency and insulation business Right House have been laid off.
Texan oil giant Anadarko is back in Otago waters with seismic vessel Polarcus Naila testing new prospects.
Significant efforts were made to find New Zealand investors to buy Blue River Dairy but overseas investors were the only option, founder Keith Neylon says.
Farmers likely to be more cautious about moving stock on to swedes after an outbreak of liver damage and photosensitivity.
Associate Trade Minister says our skills and expertise could be as valuable as our products.
Women's fashion chain adds its South Island counterpart CC Collections to its fold, creating a network of 41 stores.
Selling Lake Hauroko Tours was a hard decision, but the time was right, ex-owner says.
A new McDonald's restaurant in south city, Invercargill, could be open by September.
A fertiliser company wants to establish a plant at the old paper mill in Mataura.
A proposed McDonald's restaurant in South City, Invercargill, has been given the seal of approval.
Starbucks Invercargill is proving a tourist attraction - as the southern-most branch in the world.
Hydro Attack a hit in Queenstown
Described as a cross between a fighter jet and a torpedo, Robb Innes' creation is proving popular with thrill-seekers.
A businesswoman is transforming a dry Cardrona paddock into a bed of roses.
A nationwide potato shortage is leaving some chip-lovers pining for their favourite flavours,
A rural contracting company cranked out 4200 bales on an Opio property on Wednesday.
A popular fixture on the Invercargill women's fashion scene is closing its doors after more than two decades.
Winton strawberry grower says the start-up phase of his business was a great challenge.
An Australian has come out on top at the Gore leg of the Southland and Otago Axemen's Timbersports Carnival.
The cost of leasing retail space in Esk Street could be too high to attract new businesses, a property valuer says.
Invercargill has a new place for tweenagers to hang out, as the town's first frozen yoghurt bar opens.
The billion-dollar visitor economy in Queenstown is on the up, sector representatives say.
Dunedin biotech has been fined $30,000 by the NZ Markets Disciplinary Tribunal.
The Glengarry Laundromat has changed hands and the new owners plan to give it an upgrade.
'We've all been so flat out this month'
Wanaka Beerworks' month-long drought has ended.
The paua industry is today calling for a moratorium on great white shark cage dive operations.
Blue Sky Meats NZ has bought Gore-based Clover Export.
The pop-up shop phenomenon has reached Invercargill.
A major inner-city development is underway on the corner of Don and Deveron streets.
Investigation into incident where Shotover Jet hit rocks has found drivers need more monitoring and training.
The purchase of OtagoNet for $153m may prove to be a poor decision, Marlborough Lines chairman says.
Two successful brothers say their upbringing in rural Southland with an inventor-father ignited their engineering passions.
The Invercargill real estate market will have one less player from next week.
'Digital Dunedin' is forging ahead, after the city won widespread access to the fastest internet in New Zealand.
Plans for a multimillion-dollar milk processing plant near Gore are firming up with hopes a joint venture deal could be done within two months.
East Otago farmers Simon and Kirstin Engelbrecht are to showcase their top ewe hoggets at a field day.
Rob Tipa reports on how a farming family copes with the extreme conditions of Central Otago hill country.
Dunedin wins cut-price broadband for three years in Gigatown competition.
Former sheep farmers win Southland's Dairy Business of the Year award.
Southland farmer's wife and mother Melanie McKenzie spends her downtime working.