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industries

How Boeing flop became hot property

Qantas Airways is among those ready to pounce if a used 717 comes onto a market that now has none to buy or rent.

Nine years after production ended for 717 jetliner, the former sales dud is one of the most sought-after aircraft in the world.

Schoolgirl launches travel review site

Kids can now rate hotels, theme parks and attractions on a website designed just for them by this 12-year-old Australian.

Petricevic's release challenged

Anchor backs black in bottle

money

Kids call for money lessons

Kids want to be good with money, but few schools are teaching them.

School children think they are pretty good at managing their money. Their teachers think they are not.

A life without credit cards

OPINION: To me, credit cards are tiny plastic reminders you've spent money you don't have.

Consumer NZ test hangs laundry balls out to dry.

Laundry ball claims 'don't wash'

Laundry balls are billed as the green way to wash clothes, but a test shows they may be a waste of money.

small business

Three months to grow

Dogmatek audio owner Tim Prebble, left, and Jack Candlish from Organic Dynamic.

Entrepreneurs behind eight startups have yet to prove they can turn prototypes into saleable products.

Erin Reilly: 365 days later

This year has been the hardest yet most rewarding year of my life.

Selina McIntyre is a dog behavioural consultant.

Meet the dog whisperer video

It started out with a notepad and an 11 year-old girl. Now Selina McIntyre calls herself the dog whisperer.

world

How Boeing flop became hot property

Qantas Airways is among those ready to pounce if a used 717 comes onto a market that now has none to buy or rent.

Nine years after production ended for 717 jetliner, the former sales dud is one of the most sought-after aircraft in the world.

TripAdvisor: This is your review

Try as you might, you cannot avoid the website that changed travel forever.

The unidentified man joins a growing number of 'sexters' who have accidentally messaged the wrong person.

Man loses job after explicit texts

A man in the US lost his job after sending two explicit photographs to a female HR manager.

better business

Why the planet needs business titans

Malcolm Rands, CEO and founder of ecostore.

OPINION: OPINION: Ecostore CEO Malcolm Rand extolls the importance of sustainability within businesses.

Bank chases ecovillage founder

Former trustee of Atamai ecovillage is holed up in Japan facing potential financial ruin over unpaid mortgages.

Reserve Bank will use Wynyard's software to make sure it stays on top of threats to the financial system.

Wynyard wins Reserve Bank contract

A crime-fighting software company has been signed up to provide risk management products to the Reserve Bank.

opinion & analysis

Banish the black wardrobe

If your wardrobe is full of black, it might be time for a freshen-up.

It’s the go-to shade for most working women. But is it holding you back?

FTA with EU on the table?

OPINION: OPINION: Stephen Jacobi believes a potential new FTA between NZ the EU could be good for business.

The public needs to know what might happen when Auckland population hits 2 million in 2031, says John Daley.

How to grow a super-city

The economy will be hurt if a super-city grows badly, says an Australian expert.

farming

Farmers keen on loan offer

Fonterra is encouraging farmers to apply early for loans.

Fonterra swamped with responses to its offer of interest-free support loans to its payout beleaguered farmers..

Calf rearing popular again

Rearing calves on weight gain has leapt back into fashion on dairy units around NZ.

Analysis confirms advice to not feed maturing swede crops to cows.

Swedes risk advice 'correct'

Analysis confirms advice that feeding maturing swede crops increases risk of ill-health in cows, DairyNZ says.

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