Business

Concern as effects of virus start to bite

A word from Otago Chamber of Commerce chief executive Dougal McGowan Two weeks ago in my article I discussed the importance of having a work...

All stalls full for Thieves’ Alley day

  The annual Thieves' Alley Market Day is a sell-out. Dunedin City Council community events co-ordinator Marilyn Anderson said the market was "organised chaos". All 250 stalls...

Buses in car parks irk business owners

Business owners are slamming the Dunedin City Council for its lack of notice of removing car parks in Moray Pl. Nude Skin and Beauty owner...

Dunedin business woman packs bags after 37 years in retail

Trents Leather Goods owner Sue Brown is calling time on a nearly 40-year career in Dunedin tomorrow. Earlier this month, Ms Brown celebrated 37 years...

Game developers off to US event

Three Dunedin game developers have been given grants to attend a conference in the United States. The Dunedin-based New Zealand Centre of Digital Excellence, in...

Mini Christmas cakes a festive gift

Dunedin people will enjoy little bit of extra Christmas cheer with the distribution of 1500 mini Christmas cakes in the community. Last week, members of...

Barcelona contest like Olympics of auto-glazing

Smith & Smith Dunedin auto-glazing technician Hamish Bedwell, of Maori Hill, answers five questions from reporter Shawn McAvinue about representing New Zealand. Q: Can you...

Anticipating “Dunner stunners”

As we look forward to another Dunner stunner summer, Otepoti Dunedin is gearing up for a vibrant season of major events which will welcome...

Empire builder plans to enjoy retirement

Mosgiel businessman Colin Brown is retiring with "pride and satisfaction" after launching a multinational empire from his hometown more than a decade ago. In 2006,...

“I was serving gelato for three hours straight”

Five questions with Gelato Junkie co-owner Leni Bebensee, of central Dunedin, who began serving gelato from her new business in the lower Octagon this...
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