"Sleeping" inflation and high dollar are not enough to spark rate cut this week.
OPINION: The digital age is changing the landscape of how companies pay their dues.
What started out as a hangover cure for expats is now a thriving business in China
9:05 AM Tony Richards 23 years of being the soul of a south Auckland mall come to an end.
Our secure energy system ranks fourth in the world among the top 25 users.
8:22 AM Investors hope that VW will be able to revive profitability at its core division as patriarch Ferdinand Piech loses showdown and ends two-decade reign.
Hospitality industry threatens legal action if Christchurch City Council tightens alcohol policy.
Aussie clothing and cars will become cheaper if the NZ dollar reaches parity - but not straight away.
ANZ renews its contract with Air New Zealand after Westpac joins the loyalty programme.
9:05 AM Auckland Council indecision sees small business shut up shop.
Invercargill leaders need to show vision for the city's central business district to survive, retailer says.
8:25 AM Aircraft-maker says airlines will keep squeezing more seats into increasingly larger planes.
Mark Mitchell has just returned from devastation in Vanuatu is preparing for the next disaster, in Nepal.
Virgin Group founder Richard Branson says Yahoo's ban on working from home is "a mistake".
Sports presenter goes on Twitter rant accusing Anzac soldiers of war atrocities.
OPINION: ANZAC day remembrance services have happened throughout New Zealand and Australia.
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Farming sustainably comes from the heart, award-winning farmer Frans de Jong says.
Empty cow rates are up over much of dairying heartland Waikato as farmers respond to a squeeze on their wallets and outlawing of inductions.