11:15 AM The kiwi falls sharply against the Aussie dollar in a double interest rate and dairy price whammy.
11:01 AM Unemployment is up slightly to 5.9 per cent, though job numbers continued to rise in the June quarter.
11:38 AM With $4 billion of interest-bearing credit card debt, it's time many of us learnt responsible credit card use.
11:30 AM Homeowners are still unsure they're properly covered, two years after sum insured was introduced.
About 14,000 Canterbury construction jobs could go in the next few years, Westpac warns.
9 min ago "Very few farmers will be able to turn a profit at such a low price," says analyst after as prices fall for a 10th consecutive time.
11:22 AM Strategic review prompts two long-serving executives to leave the company.
High Court orders an Auckland Bayleys franchise to pay its former client more than $2.2m.
Salt away two bucks a day for the dentist. Keeping your chompers in good nick doesn't come cheap.
The famous Tuatapere Sausages may be gone, but "very similar" snags may be coming to your plates soon.
Eight small businesses get a leg-up through a scholarship from business growth hub The Icehouse.
10:54 AM Both Greece and its lenders say they're optimistic they can broker a deal within days on a multi-billion euro bailout.
The market tanked when it reopened after a five-week shutdown during Greece's debt crisis.
Dave Henderson's tax compliance is an "abject failure", a court has heard.
The backlog is clearing, but Aucklanders are still facing four to six week waits to sit driving tests.
Soaring vintage and classic car values pose questions over insurance cover
OPINION: Some towns you visit feel vibrant and busy while others felt more like a black hole. Why is that?
9 min ago "Very few farmers will be able to turn a profit at such a low price,'' says analyst after another big fall in GDT dairy prices.
Documents fail to prove whether NZ faced any legal action threat over its dealings with a Saudi businessman.