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KiwiRail sells land

NMDHB Land once earmarked for a replacement ferry terminal is sold to winegrower Peter Yealands.

Resignation amid fraud probe

Generic money Senior Dunedin City Council manager steps down but says he knew nothing of major fraud.

Boot put into Hellaby profit

Running shoes Underperformance by Hannahs and Number One Shoes wipes out Hellaby's otherwise healthy result.

Ship with dark past NZ-bound

Vega Auriga Australia banned it for repeated welfare and maintenance breaches. Now it's heading to Tauranga.

Next step for NZX

NZX NZX's new market for smaller, high growth companies should launch before year-end and will be called NXT (Next).

  VALUE MOVEMENT
NZX50 5,237.514 arrow -6.186 -0.12%
ASX200 5,624.400 arrow -26.800 -0.50%
DOW 17,122.010 arrow 15.300 0.10%
NASDAQ 4,569.620 arrow -1.000 0.00%
FTSE 6,830.660 arrow 7.900 0.10%
NIKKEI 15,534.820 arrow 13.600 0.10%
H-SENG 24,918.750 arrow -155.800 -0.60%

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Indices Top Movers Currencies
  PRICE MOVEMENT
GFL 0.025 arrow 0.008 47.06%
TRS 0.004 arrow -0.001 -20.00%
CGF 0.166 arrow 0.026 18.57%
ALF 0.064 arrow 0.008 14.29%
BLT 0.025 arrow 0.003 13.64%
CRP 0.112 arrow -0.008 -6.67%
HBY 2.990 arrow 0.150 5.28%

Price as at 6:36 pm, 28 Aug

Indices Top Movers Currencies
RATE
Australian Dollar 0.897
Euro 0.636
British Pound 0.506
Hong Kong Dollar 6.511
Japanese Yen 87.180
Singapore Dollar 1.048
US Dollar 0.840

Price as at 8:50 pm, 28 Aug

Man killed at port

Worker death at Lyttelton Port A worker at Lyttelton port has been killed - the third on the waterfront in 12 months.

Boot put into Hellaby profit

Underperformance by Hannahs and Number One Shoes wipes out Hellaby's otherwise healthy result.

Resignation amid fraud probe

KiwiRail sells land

Still tough for the first-home buyer

mortgage The ability of first home buyers to get a mortgage has eased only slightly with banks holding volumes of low deposit lending steady.

Tax policy elusive

National continues to dance around whether it will promise tax cuts in the coming weeks.

Division over KiwiSaver's future

Senior citizens missing out

Agents criticise home plan

National Party's proposed housing policy is criticised by some in the real estate sector as not going far enough to deal with housing crisis.

Cost of success was failure

Shehan Wijetillake As co-founder of a tech start company with over 15,000 members I thought we had the next big thing, but I failed.

Capital Gains Tax: Relief for SMEs

The fourth of our series questions the wisdom of allowing businesses a 'get out of jail free' card from capital gains tax.

Akarua expands in Central Otago

Is it OK to steal at work?

Recognition for sled designer

Clyde entrepreneur who sells snow sleds across the world makes regional finals of business-plan competition.

Ship with dark past NZ-bound

Vega Auriga Australia banned it for repeated welfare and maintenance breaches. Now it's heading to Tauranga.

Qantas loss blows out

Restructuring and writedowns hit Qantas' bottom line as it posts a A$2.8 billion loss.

Burger King to buy Canada's Tim Hortons

US new home sales fall

Dire economic straits

Malaysia Airlines is facing dire economic straits with some flights operating nearly empty.

Capital gains tax: Exempting the family home

LVR, interest rate, mortgage, money In the third of a series, David Snell says exempting the family home from capital gains tax is easier said than done.

Property market will hit zenith

If investing were a recipe, property would be lasagne. It's the dish everyone thinks they know how to make.

All Blacks winning brand war

Capital Gains Tax: Show us the money

Does NZ need a Tech Commissioner?

The country doesn’t need another technocrat. But what about a Tech Commissioner?

Family weep at sentencing

NZ money, cash Two men who "phantom" financed the importation of machinery to keep business afloat have been jailed.

Coeliac NZ slams beer label rules

Regulators are looking at changing a new rule which would prevent labels saying whether beer is gluten-free.

Mayor's PA sacked for backing rival

Live chat: Jobs and career advice

Is it OK to steal at work?

Few can claim a pristine conscience when it comes to taking the odd pen home. Does this make it all right?

WOINZ 2014 finalists: Board and Management

Meet the finalists in the DLA Phillips Fox Board and Management categeory of the 2014 Women Of Influence Awards.

WOINZ '14: Business Entrepreneur

Meet the finalists in the Business Entrepreneur section of the 2014 Women Of Influence Awards.

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Fears about China's economy

china manufacturing Growth in China's vast factory sector slowed and conditions look uncreasingly unsteady.

Heinz in China food scare

Heinz forced to recall infant food products in China after excess levels of lead found.

Chinese investors to help rebuild

Start small, Asia exporters told

Baby steps on road to China

Infant formula manufacturers are still battling to register with Chinese authorities in order to start exports.

Shrek still a world-bleater

shaun sheep Those Aussies are forever trying to pull the wool over our eyes. But this time, the dags have fallen short.

More obey poo rules

ECan says more dairy farmers are following rules for disposing of their cows' waste.

MPI approves canning plant

A2 growing but little profit

Beyond the pale

Louise Giltrap is concerned to find clean drinking water is not always available for some farm workers.

Manuka drink finds sweet success in Asia

Honey_strap Asia is the land of milk, beer, and now honey for a Kiwi expat marketer.

Morgo success for Kiwi entrepreneur

A Kiwi entrepreneur has spun a rapidly-growing business out of an idea scribbled on a scrap of paper at a conference.

CEOs Uncovered: Craig Richardson

Anti-corruption 101

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Australian Dollar 0.897
Euro 0.636
British Pound 0.506
Hong Kong Dollar 6.511
Japanese Yen 87.180
Singapore Dollar 1.048
US Dollar 0.840

Prices as at 8:50 pm, 28 Aug