Business

ILT, SIT hotel project a NZ first

THE Invercargill Licensing Trust (ILT) and Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) will join forces in a first-of-its-kind inner-city initiative. The two organisations will develop a...

Seeking site for Oyster World

ALTHOUGH delayed, plans to develop Bluff Oyster World are still progressing. Awarua Developments Ltd (ADL) chairwoman Aimee Kaio said the project had been delayed in...

History touches down

REGIONAL history was made on Sunday evening as Invercargill Airport became the first of its kind to host a regular jet service in New...

City design studio in running for top award

'A SMALL marketing company in Invercargill proved it has what it takes to play with the big boys. Earlier this month, The Designers Institute of...

A warm welcome

IN true Southland fashion, residents at Bupa Ascot Care Home inducted their new care home manager with something she had never tried before –...

Barbershop business thriving

FROM cutting his son's hair at home to owning one of the most unique barber shops in Invercargill, entrepreneur Niko Mahuika is ticking business...

A focus on family

IT is out with Cobb & Co and in with a new family-focused dining experience as The Homestead Avenal undergoes an extensive $2 million...

Kombis on a roll

THEY come in a variety of colours, configurations and ages, and according to the Stevensons, they all have different personalities. Lynda and Warren Stevenson's collection...

Developing future leaders

NURTURING the next generation of leaders is important for the region's future, Southland Chamber of Commerce chief executive Sharee Carey says. The second intake of...

Southlanders flock to annual home show

CROWDS of Southlanders made their way to ILT Stadium Southland last weekend to see the latest in home products, talk to industry experts and...
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