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Business

Lines company's $748m plan

Richard Fletcher, chief executive of Aurora, talks to media about the company's 10-year plan.

A Dunedin-owned lines company, which is being taken to court, has revealed a $748 million decade-long investment plan.

Heavy hitters on PM's council

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has named her business advisory council members.

Jacinda Ardern gets the biggest names in NZ business on her advisory council.

School lunch business tucks into crowdfunding video

Libelle Group has 58 school tuck shops and hoped to almost double that over the next couple of years, in part using ...

 Crowdfunding is not just for startups and a 15-year-old company best known for its school tuck shops is seeking $1m to expand.

Wave of driverless cars

NetHui Southland keynote speaker John Houlker speaking about the future technology of automated vehicles.

Southland could be an ideal place to test technology needed for driverless cars in the future.

Scepticism greets pilotless air taxi

Back in March Zephyr Airworks said it believed its Cora autonomous aircraft would be operating in a limited capacity in ...

Air NZ's enthusiasm for the world's first pilotless air taxi is not shared by those nervous about safety.

Opinion

Letters: Mean Girls library spoof "violates ethics''

Lindsay Lohan in  Mean Girls.

OPINION: Letter writers on an Invercargill Public Library Facebook video, Southland heritage and the proposed Stewart Island levy hike.

Te Anau air ambulance survives - was this the inverted duck dynamic?

Southern Lakes Helicopter staff iwith their company's BK Rescue helicopter at their Sandy Brown road hangar. From left. ...

OPINION: A good call is a good call, however it was achieved.

Making it happen - ambition in action

Helen Clark guest speaker at the KIND Women's event at the Civic Theatre, Invercargill, October 18.

OPINION: A willingness to dream big has been illustrated in Southland of late.

Letters: Give the natives a chance

A brown trout eating a bignose galaxiid - a threatened species.

OPINION: Letter writers on biodiversity and euthanasia.

What matters most - naming your top 10

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OPINION: Priorities, priorities . . .

Culture

Robots to help fill jobs

Pruning wine grapes could be done by robots in the future.

Robots with "arms and hands" could soon prune in vineyards and orchards.

Walking 500 plus miles gallery video

The Proclaimers are making their way back to New Zealand.

Much-loved Scottish band The Proclaimers are on their way to New Zealand to play their most extensive tour of the country yet.

Why not a festival, and public art, to celebrate our diversity?

Southland Multi-Cultural Council in an Invercargill Santa parade.

OPINION: Vibrant, exciting, inclusive and welcoming. That's what we aspire to be, isn't it?

Shadbolt looking at every option

Invercargill mayor Tim Shadbolt, his son Declan, with tiny home owner Kate Wilkinson and deputy mayor Rebecca Amundsen.

As new projects like the inner-city revamp start, accommodation in Invercargill is set to become harder to find.

Competing for New Blood

Fiona Armstrong, Tessa Livingston and Jonathan Harris on the set of their Wanaka-based television pilot.

Creating a plot for a television series with her friends, while waiting on acting jobs, may earn a former Southlander the chance to win $100,000 to create it.

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