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City planning brewing bonanza

Kerry Gray, left, and Karl Hayes, of Te Aro Brewing which will move to Upper Hutt in March.

How Upper Hutt is making moves to be the craft beer hub of the Wellington region.

UFB2 deal delayed

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Agreement on $210m deal to expand reach of ultrafast broadband delayed again.

Beware the global skills shortage

CEOs are worried about finding staff with science, technology, engineering and mathematics skills.

Forget political volatility, it's the global skills shortage that has CEOs concerned.

When banks behave badly

Should your bank ever behave unreasonably, keep calm, and don't be fobbed off with excuses.

Three Banking Ombudsman cases show how unreasonable, inconsistent and infuriating banks can be.

Kiwi men retain boardroom grip

Only 17 per cent of NZX-listed company board directors are women.

There has been no increase in women on the boards of NZ's publicly-listed companies, despite progress overseas.

Confidence hits two-year high

Despite another substantial earthquake, business confidence rose at the end of 2016, including in Wellington and the ...

Despite earthquake, more Wellington businesses expect economy to grow than at any time since mid-2014.

Microsoft NZ faces tax audit

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Inland Revenue audits fees Microsoft charged to its NZ subsidiary over a period of two years.

Overseas buyer takes Bell Tea

Brew Group chief executive Mark Hamilton says the new Netherlands owner made a direct approach to buy the local company.

The 114-year old Bell Tea brand is destined for a future on the tables of customers overseas.

Air lounger disappointment spreads video

Lizard Air Loungers are sold on ShowTV and through infomercials.

They look easy to use on the TV, but many Kiwis have found them not worth the effort in reality.

Messaging privacy warning

A photo illustration shows a chain and a padlock in front of a displayed Whatsapp logo January 13, 2017. REUTERS/Dado ...

InternetNZ identifies three 'secure' services people can use to stay in touch.

Busy summer skies fly

An extra 315 jet movements are being made each week as travel booms.

An extra 315 jet movements are being made each week as travel booms.

Rebuild boom over?

Pace of growth slowing after strong rebuild years says Westpac economist Michael Gordon.

After years of strong rebuild growth, Cantabrians confidence in the economy has fallen sharply.

Air NZ pulls Jag ad video

The ad screened on Airbus A320s showed a Jaguar SUV driving on the wrong side of the road.

The luxury car ad won't play on flights and has been slammed as it 'glorifies unsafe driving practices'.

Nosh sale gets another fortnight

Veritas says it is in talks with several interested parties.

A supposed split by one of its stores leads to dispute with store owner.

Countdown passes buck on mouldy pies

Vanessa Wilson's children, six-year-old Stevie-Lee Clarke and her four-year-old brother Beau Clarke, had empty plates on ...

After making the grim discovery, she went back to Countdown demanding an explanation and a refund. But was more shocked with their response.

Support for unemployed youth

Trade Me has joined 58 other construction, retail, and hospitality companies to pledge to help address youth unemployment.

About 23,000 young people are not in education, employment, or training.

Restraint of trade for new Fulton Hogan boss

Cos Bruyn is leaving Downer to rejoin Fulton Hogan.

Downer chief executive Cos Burns is moving back to Fulton Hogan - eventually.

'Best price' broadband in NZ

The new broadband plan promises to be an extremely cheap way for Kiwis to jump on the world wide web.

New no frills, naked broadband plan promises to be the cheapest.

Build starts on Auckland's The International

The building, designed by Jasmax, is set to become one of Auckland's landmark residential destinations.

The complex is designed to be ultra-luxurious and will include a private wine cellar, pool, gym and private cinema.

India outraged at Gandhi jandals

Jandals with Mahatma Gandhi's face on them have been removed by Amazon.

First it was Indian flag doormats. Now footwear with an Indian icon on them has caused an uproar.

Hellaby shareholders should accept

Bapcor chief executive Darryl Abotomey was pleased to get the support of Hellaby shareholders.

The takeover offer price was increased to $3.60 late last year.

Pay rises on the way?

When it comes to pay rises, it's hard to feel motivated if you believe you've been done down on the dough.

Professional workers like sales and IT staff predicted to be in a "powerful" position to demand more money.

Snag delays $100m subsea cable video

The specialised undersea cable ship Ile de Re has arrived in Auckland, en route to the middle of the Tasman Sea where it ...

Equipment damage holds up new communications link to Australia, due to be in service this month.

'Dirty' jim jams offend

PJ wearing shopper in UK

A shopper laments, "How lazy can you get" after seeing a woman wearing sleepwear to the supermarket.

Growing concern over sunscreens video

The Bueti family (father on left, daughter on right) from Adelaide used the Cancer Council aerosol spray sunscreen but ...

String of serious sunburn incidents triggers questions about effectiveness of spray sunscreens.

Sign of change at Nosh shop

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There is something missing.  Nosh food market on Constellation Drive has ...

Auckland food store owner obliterates references to the Nosh brand.

Bendon beds US partner

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Opening of new Bendon concept store on Lambton ...

Deal will see Bendon business listed on the on US stock exchange.

Remembering when...

The Herald's sub-editors in the 1990s, including Carol Bell, front, and Derek Burrows, middle back row.

The world has changed dramatically over the last few decades and so have newspapers.

Frights push up Kiwi dollar

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Mans hand holds New Zealand Dollar bank notes. Concept photo of money, banking ,currency and ...

Trump press conference and Brexit speech help boost the Kiwi and Aussie dollars.

Race to sell Nosh stores

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The new gourmet food market Nosh on Apirana Avenue in Glen Innes.
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Gourmet food stores have been listed on Trade Me, but no sales yet as bank deadline nears.

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