Business

Rehoming 20,000 books

Dunedin bookseller Richard West is a man on a mission – to sell or find new homes for 20,000 books. With his lease at 6...

‘Waste jam’ weekend to address rubbish issues

An oversubscribed "waste jam" event is set to hit Dunedin this weekend. Audacious student programme manager Rachel Butler said Dunedin City Council allocates up to...

Making people happy brings reward

Scenic Hotel Southern Cross food and beverage supervisor Bonn Tucker, of Dunedin. What was your reaction to being named the Hotel Industry Food and Beverage...

IT firm opens in Dunedin

A company providing information technology services is set to celebrate the opening of its South Dunedin office tonight. The IT Team founding director Sue Wilkinson,...

Marketing agency proves its mettle

A swag of awards is a sign small businesses in Dunedin are thriving, a boutique marketing agency manager says. Nettl Dunedin area manager Paul Johnson...

Re:Burger coming to former bakery premises

A burgeoning burger business is set to open a branch in Mosgiel. Re:Burger owner Boris Reiber, of Dunedin, said he spent his Sunday on the...

Senior flatting ‘a good solution’

The Abbeyfield model of "flatting for seniors" is growing in popularity around New Zealand, and now is the time for a second facility for...

Inaugural food truck market a hit – ‘It was really good’

The first food truck market to hit Dunedin is being heralded a success. Dunedin Food Truck Market organiser Catherine Page, of East Taieri, said the...

Not such a glum send-off

The latest instalment in a varied career has been the most rewarding, a Dunedin businessman says. Exit Funeral Services co-owner Gary Shaw, of Saddle Hill,...

‘Awesome’ to graduate with improved skills

South Dunedin student Deborah Rielly rattles off the adjectives when recalling her graduation ceremony this week. "It was great, wonderful, awesome." In front of her husband,...

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