Business

Upmarket food truck fare hits the spot in Dunedin

Dunedin is working up an appetite for food trucks serving fancier fare. Patti's & Cream owner Olive Tabor said people were starting to realise more...

GPS firm offers chance to interns

Students in Dunedin are preparing to secure a summer internship and possibly a career. Igtimi Limited managing director Kylie Robinson said her central Dunedin company,...

‘If you keep at it, you can bring a market back’

Word of a Dunedin photo printing business has spread to electronic commerce giant Amazon. Happy Moose founder and chief executive Alex Dong (39) launched his...

Park investment ‘leap of faith’

A "significant investment" by a Dunedin trampoline park business to diversify its operation to include climbing walls has been "a leap of faith". Leap Dunedin...

Cafe reopening ‘will be worth the wait’

A facelift of a Northeast Valley cafe is taking longer than expected but it will be worth the wait, the owner says. Crusty Corner Cafe...

Fight to keep branch continues

A South Dunedin businessman is vowing to continue to fight to retain Kiwibank and New Zealand Post in his suburb. In statements released on Tuesday,...

Fox fans in deliciously sweet venture

One couple has turned their love for foxes and chocolate into a delicious business. Cilla Bertram and John Waller, of Alexandra, had always enjoyed chocolate...

Job works out well for former refugee

A former refugee is painting a brighter future in Dunedin. Dunedin Housing Maintenance Contractors brush hand Mohammed Ali is part of a team giving a...

Most made of free power

The fuses in a student flat in North Dunedin are failing as its eight residents make the most of an hour of free power. University...

King Sam the ‘clear winner’ of castle-building contest

A Dunedin carpentry apprentice has been named the king of a castle-making competition at Otago Polytechnic. Gray Brothers Builders apprentice Sam Paris (22), of Shiel...

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