Head-scratching as Queenstown Airport buys 106 hectares of critical, strategic land next to Wanaka Airport.
She was consulted in the design of the Queenstown pool. But the council shut her out, killing off her swim school.
Christchurch stadium's repair bill of up to $275m is "uneconomic", mayor Lianne Dalziel has revealed.
The tables have turned - vinyl record sales overtake digital music sales in the UK.
He returned to find his Sydney home in pieces, a mistaken demo set in motion by unfortunate events.
Competition watchdog gives News Corp tycoon permission for $38m Australian acquisition.
Chinese court revokes rights of local sportswear-maker to use Michael Jordan's last name written in Chinese.
His handling of the economy puts Australia to shame, economist says.
Reducing debt and paying for the Kaikoura quake are more important than tax cuts, says the man who will be NZ's next prime minister.
New houses are popping up everywhere around Palmerston North.
So what is Gareth Morgan planning?
Coda Group says its Rolleston inland port operation will help reduce trucks traffic through Christchurch.
The Retirement Commissioner has unveiled proposals to change KiwiSaver, but will the Government accept it?
An offer between $100m and $120m reportedly being made for Fairfax Media.
Chinese consul-general in Marlborough to talk tourism, wine, business and education.
Foreign trusts lobbyists seem to have watered down a NZ bill on better disclosure of the origins of secret cash.
John Key accepts foreign trust rules need a radical overhaul following warnings not enough's being done to counter money laundering.
NZ's foreign trust regime is a good little earner for some, but time may be running out.
Computer specialist at the Panama law firm is taken into custody over huge leak.
Police say that retailers in South Taranaki should be wary if they are handed cash.
The post-quake boom continues in Murchison as hundreds of trucks roll through the town.
An office earthquake life-saver? A falling BMW can't crush a Wellington inventor's $200 desk.
Bacon lovers rejoice: The Bacon Brothers' Burger Bar is coming to the city centre.
Free Trade Me listings for businesses looking for new offices following 7.8 magnitude quake.
Family of man who was fatally crushed by a log while doing community work will receive $172,000 from Corrections.
John Key could earn a fortune as a company director after his Parliamentary career ends.
Ferry operator Strait Shipping and Freight Lines - both founded by transport industry legend Jim Barker - have been sold.
OPINION: NZ employers may hear a knock at their office door in the not too distant future, followed by a pay equity claim.
OPINION: Lyttelton Port of Christchurch chief executive Peter Davie responds to speculation about the return of cruise ships to the port.
OPINION: Time to ditch the fake snow and Santa sweating in his red suit, and focus on what Christmas really means for Kiwis.
OPINION: Labour and the Greens have played it graciously, but they must be a little pleased.
Farmers filming themselves drinking water from their streams are playing a game of Russian roulette.
Fonterra's AGM has been told revenue is up 5.9 per cent for the first quarter of the year.
Confounding expectations, merino wool continued its market climb.
Prime ewes sold for as much as $136 at Christchurch sales.
US businesses get ready to rumble as President-elect takes on one of the founders of WWE.
American space exploration and cargo delivery company will return to orbit early in 2017.
The dowdy necessity long regarded as one of the most boring Christmas gifts ever is suddenly cool.
Like your job? Enjoy it and upskill before the robots take it away.