Speedway victim in legal limbo video

Bryan Forbes, of Hastings, who was injured in an accident at Meeanee Speedway.

5:00 AM  Volunteer who had both legs broken in accident has no legal protection as worker.

Maori Council 'fires' Hall on TPP

Lawyer Donna Hall's Lower Hutt-based firm Woodward Law has been dismissed by the Maori Council from handling its Trans-Pacific Partnership claim.

5:00 AM  Wellington lawyer's firm dismissed from handling Maori Council's TPP claim.

Business affairs under probe

Christchurch bankrupt Dave Henderson wants out of bankruptcy but must face a court probe first.

Christchurch bankrupt Dave Henderson wants out of bankruptcy but must face a court probe first.

River precinct work delayed

Work on the Avon River precinct on Oxford Tce is being delayed after contractors discovered an ancient waterway.

5:00 AM  A Christchurch anchor project faces further construction days after an ancient waterway discovery.

$1.4m fraud was 'repayment'

Accused Suzanne Davies at the start of trial for $1.4 million fraud in  Wellington District Court. The closing arguments were delivered on Monday after the five week trial.

Employee believed she was entitled to reimburse herself for payments she made using company money.

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industries

TGH to sell up to half of The Base

An aerial shot of The Base in 2013. Half of the development is now up for sale.

Half of Waikato-Tainui's flagship development, The Base shopping centre, will go up for sale as the tribe seeks to free up cash.

Solid Energy decision imminent

State-owned company Solid Energy could know its fate within a matter of weeks, Key says.

Henderson's business affairs under court probe

Trilogy shares up on profit forecast

money

Say ‘Argh!’ to the cost of dentistry

Prepare for a cash extraction!

Salt away two bucks a day for the dentist. Keeping your chompers in good nick doesn't come cheap.

Photographer ripped off online

Jade Cvetkov thought the money her mother left her would fulfil a dream, but it bought her only heartbreak.

Greg Peacock, the chief executive of New Zealand Asset Management, was brought up to see being good with money as an essential life skill.

The 'risk aversion' gene

Absolute returns investor Greg Peacock learnt a lot from his first investment as a student in 1987.

small business

Welcoming mums back to work

Welcoming a mother back to the workforce after maternity leave involves communication and flexibility.

Good communication and flexibility are essential for businesses when welcoming women back from maternity leave.

English summer sojourn

Hair care master Rodney Wayne makes the most of the northern summer.

Software company Weirdly operate out of shared business hub Grid AKL in Auckland's Wynyard Quarter. It is a small team, including Daniel Young (left), Sebastian Hallum Clarke, Keren Phillips and Sarah O'Leary.

Doing recruitment Weirdly

A software start-up is proving the recruitment process can be fun as well as effective.

world

Greece: The optimist's guide

If Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras can rebuild trust and follow through on his commitments, there is a clear path out of misery.

There are so many ways things could go wrong in Greece, it's easy to miss how things could go right.

Harsh criticism for Twitter

Twitter needs to act fast - simplify its core product and organise news feeds better, analysts say.

The Rolling Stone article 'A rape on campus' was later found to be fake.

Rolling Stone editor quits, students sue

Rolling Stone managing editor resigns in wake of now-retracted University of Virginia rape story.

better business

Speedway victim in legal limbo video

Bryan Forbes, of Hastings, who was injured in an accident at Meeanee Speedway.

5:00 AM  Volunteer who had both legs broken in accident has no legal protection as worker.

Fine for contaminated container

A Christchurch business has been fined more than $16,000 after dumping contaminated soil.

Lawyer Donna Hall's Lower Hutt-based firm Woodward Law has been dismissed by the Maori Council from handling its Trans-Pacific Partnership claim.

Maori Council 'fires' Donna Hall on TPP

5:00 AM  Wellington lawyer's firm dismissed from handling Maori Council's TPP claim.

opinion & analysis

Whittaker's tasty marketing

Whittaker's seems willing to collaborate with other brands to advance itself.

5:00 AM  Whittaker's is an overnight success that's been over 100 years in the making.

Greece: The optimist's guide

There are so many ways things could go wrong in Greece, it's easy to miss how things could go right.

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Think engagement, not employment

OPINION: Some towns you visit feel vibrant and busy while others felt more like a black hole. Why is that?

farming

Breakthrough in farm flatulence

Cows could be belching out one-third less methane in five years' time, thanks to a new food additive.

Kiwi scientist helps find feed additive that cuts farm methane emissions.

Dairy farmer broke cows' tails

Cows were beaten, had their tails broken and were shot in the kneecaps.

The Commerce Commission said it was in talks with a third company, Rural Livestock.

Rural firms in ComCom's sights

Price fixing by PGG Wrightson and Elders NZ is alleged by the competition watchdog.

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