Business

Third op-shop for North Dunedin

Dunedin North op-shoppers will soon have another option. Animal Rescue Network New Zealand will open a charity shop in North Rd tomorrow. It will be the...

Lions match drives big thirst

Strong patronage around last week's British and Irish Lions match against the Highlanders has been likened to the excitement around the Rugby World Cup...

Co-housing project ‘like New Zealand used to be’

People from "all different walks of life" are investing in a new way of housing in Dunedin, a spokeswoman says. The High St co-housing project,...

Lions game accommodation running low

Accommodation in Dunedin is running low for Tuesday night, Highlanders take on the touring British and Irish Lions at Forsyth Barr Stadium. Several motels are...

Freeze-dried ice cream winning idea

The problem of melting ice cream might have been solved by a team of enterprising teenagers from Columba College. The ice cream-loving youngsters have devised...

Payroll service exceeds fundraising target

The success of campaign by a Dunedin and Wellington-based payroll service demonstrates people's commitment to investing in a "social enterprise", a Dunedin spokesman says. Thankyou...

Hairdressers make the cut in Expo

Two Dunedin hairdressers are making their mark on the industry after being named as finalists in an Australasian competition. Kylie Hayes and Liana King, of...

Job candidates being snapped up – recruiter

Employers need to act quickly to secure good candidates in the current Dunedin job market, a recruiter says. "Many employers are missing out on good...

Cafe to add to suburb’s budding coffee scene

The opening of a new cafe in Brighton next month will add to the beachside suburb's fledgling coffee scene. Azizah Steel, owner of the Brighton...

Dunedin Venues looking beyond events for revenue

An increase in non-event revenue opportunities is the focus of Dunedin Venues, chief executive Terry Davies says. Mr Davies said along with securing events at...

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