5:00 AM Innovation Partnership says Christchurch is "unique in the world", combining the rollout of ultrafast broadband with rebuilding of the city.
5:00 AM Company finds common ground with accountants as it launches its "first software of its kind" product.
5:00 AM Farming sometimes comes down to preference for Andy Russell who has been farming deer for 19 years and is in his ninth season of dairy.
5:00 AM Airline considers opening new US route using its new fuel efficient Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners.
Some householders in for a shock after cap which protected them from up to 40 per cent rate rises is voted down.
Kiwis enjoying bigger pay packets but are forced to spend "lion's share" of them on housing.
Air New Zealand is considering opening a new US route which would be serviced using its new fuel efficient Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners.
There are endless arguments about which makes most money sense and no easy answer.
Over 11,000 new land and building consents have been granted in the first year of the Auckland housing accord.
A bar hopes to soon have revellers on its roof basking in the sun, but it needs $30,000 to do so.
Southland farmer's wife and mother Melanie McKenzie spends her downtime working.
German discount retailer has dismissed speculation it would expand to New Zealand.
Jan Logan, whose jewellery is the choice of many A-list celebrities, is celebrating 25 years in business.
John Allen, NZ Post CEO before heading Mfat, is NZ Racing Board's new CEO.
Stonyridge vineyard founder also teaches yoga and rubs shoulders with Richard Branson.
OPINION: As he hits the books in coming weeks, Labour's finance spokesman Grant Robertson will be building on thinking that's been percolating for months.
OPINION: With the Chinese consumer and online marketplaces hitting our shores, one thing's for sure: it's going to be an exciting ride.
5:00 AM The development of mega dairies in the US is reducing the competitive advantage of NZ's low-cost farming system, a rural banker has warned.
5:00 AM Allied Farmers' joint venture livestock company is providing a platform for the company's future growth, shareholders have been told.
Firms on the Deloitte Fast 50 list are experiencing growth by exploiting domestic demand - but exporting is not out of the picture.
OPINION: In the wake of the China-Oz Free Trade Agreement, New Zealand firms exporting to China need to develop a thick skin and commercial edge.