Business

Dramatic changes to city restaurant over 16 years

When Dunedin couple Brenda and Gary Lee bought central Dunedin eatery Cafe Rue as a going concern 16 years ago, it was a different...

Stage and kitchen make venue

A Dunedin restaurant has emerged from a brimstone mist to celebrate its first birthday. When Dunedin businessman Ian Lindsay closed the doors of his nightclub...

‘Both sides take a lot away’

Everyone deserves a second chance. That was the spirit in which about 80 people from different businesses and government agencies visited the Otago Corrections Facility...

Community accounting for non-profits restarted

The popular Dunedin Community Accounting service is relaunching with free sessions for non-profit organisations from next week. A joint initiative of the University of Otago...

Egg farmer sadly bids adieu

A Dunedin poultry farmer has shut down her free-range egg business to focus on caring for her mother. Pauline Rietveld, of Saddle Hill, said the...

Prescription drug ads contentious

A Dunedin professor wants the advertising of new prescription drugs to be banned to reduce the impact of unknown side effects. But the head of...

Te reo cards win boys spot in national finals

Ka pai, boys! Eight Dunedin pupils are set to represent Otago in the Young Enterprise Scheme programme. Otago Boys' High School pupils Tim Dippie (17),...

‘Savvy’ entrepreneurs’ almond butter selling out

A group of "savvy" Dunedin school pupils have launched an almond butter as part of the Young Enterprise Scheme programme. Seven Columba College pupils created...

Miracle baby, children’s gear shop turning 10

Time flies when you're having fun. But Miracle baby and children's gear store owner Harriet Moir was not expecting the past decade to zip past...

Not wobbly when it comes to pie

Five Questions with . . . The Wobbly Goat Cafe owner and chef Sarah Moore Where did you train to be a chef? "I spent five...

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