Industries

Record rubber hits our roads

The Ford Ranger ute continues as New Zealand's top-selling vehicle.

All sorts of records are falling as the new vehicle sales rush towards the end of the calendar year.

Luring the 'silver' dollar

Between 2005 and 2015, the number of over 50s visitors to New Zealand grew by 44 per cent.

Tourism is waking up to the fact that "silvers" are our fastest growing visitor market.

The pursuit of work happiness

Kathryn Owler has always wanted to be happy at work, but became disillusioned when reality did not meet her expectations.

AUT's Dr Kathryn Owler is researching people who always enjoy their jobs, no matter what it is they do.

Getting girls into gaming

PikPok senior artist Sarah Dixey plays the BAFTA nominated game called Super Monsters Ate My Condo!

The games industry is booming and girls are being encouraged to take part.

Angling for a blue tick

Hoki quota is set by the New Zealand Government and Sealord can catch 28 per cent of that.

Kiwis love their fish. But what do you know about what you're eating?

First NZ Django Girls workshop

Springload has a near-equal split of male to female staff. Front-end developers: Laura Bunea, left, Sam Sanders, Claire ...

The workshop is designed for absolute beginners so participants can try coding in a safe and fun environment.

Luxury hotel living

Stephen Gould, general manager of Sofitel, Wellington.

Guests in New Zealand's five star hotels are following the trend for demanding extravagant treats and grand romantic gestures.

Vero Centre keeps its name

Auckland's 40-storey Vero Centre has been re-leased.

A landmark Whangarei retail property is sold, and the Vero Centre keeps its main tenant.

Splash Planet v Waiwera Springs gallery video

Jack, 9, Emily, 13, and Jasmine Hendery, 11, at Splash Planet in Hastings.

As tragedy-struck Dreamworld reopens this week, how safe and up-to-date are New Zealand's biggest fun parks?

NZ's Asian juggernaut

About two-third's of the world's middle class will live in Asia by 2025.

It is easy to be negative but HSBC's Asia-Pacific head of commercial banking cannot see the momentum stopping.

Massey redesigns its business degree

Massey University deputy vice-chancellor, Professor Ted Zorn says busioenss studies need to reflect the changing times.

Massey University announces a new-look bachelor of business degree for 2017.

Bunfight at creamery

Gore supermarkets aren't stocking Lewis Road Creamery products.

Lewis Road businessmen in court over shareholding agreement.

Nelson economy on a roll

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Trampers walk towards the Department of Conservation camping site at ...

Nelson and Tasman's booming economies move up the regional growth rankings and house prices stay strong.

Eftpos upgrade in April

Female payment  close-up shop electronic reader plastique card eftpos transaction credit card retail spending christmas ...

Contactless payments could get boost from international edict.

Port Nelson's post-quake shake-up

An aerial photograph of Port Nelson, the Boulder Bank, Marina with the ships  Oil processing ship Raroa, Trans Future 6 ...

As Wellington and Picton assess post-quake capacities, Port Nelson steps up to bear load of increased shipping requirements.

Auckland Airport's busiest days

Auckland Airport expects more than 30,000 passengers will use the international terminal every day.

There's going to be more than 30,000 passengers in the international terminal every day.

IRD lawyer defends secrecy

Inland Revenue group counsel Graham Tubb says its culture is ingrained.

Tax department faces calls to open up about multinational tax avoidance.

More money, more housing problems

The average household spends $327 a week on housing expenses.

It may not feel like it, but Kiwis are earning more. We're also spending more on keeping a roof over our heads.

With that, Crate Day was born

Crate Day 2015 at Manly Beach, Auckland.

It's like New Zealand's own Christmas: Beers, stubbies and commercialism to welcome in summer.

Ngai Tahu hunts leak

Lisa Tumahai (left), a contender for Kaiwhakahaere, with Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu chief executive Arihia Bennett.

Ngai Tahu has spent $200,000 on finding members leaking confidential material to the media.

Road congestion intense

Pacifica's coastal ship Spirit of Canterbury offloading at Lyttelton.

Calls for more coastal shipping, as Lewis Pass road congestion reaches a peak.

Crate Day 'sickening'- GP

Liquorland Timaru Duty Manager Hayley Veldstra with one of the store's Cruiser Crates.

Crate Day slammed as "sickening" by GP as Timaru store puts new twist on the controversial promotion.

Nearly gigabit isn't enough

You can drive to Gigatown, but technically speaking, you will never quite get there.

Warning for internet providers using the label for plans that fall short of a gigabit. But "Gigatown" can stay.

Booze delivered in an hour

Brew Te Rapa supplies the alcohol to Divneet Bindra's new business, Brewbound, distributes the alcohol people's front ...

People in Hamilton can have alcohol delivered within an hour to their front door.

Sell more booze or close

Betty's Liquorstore in Beach St, Queenstown.

Chain of bottle stores in Queenstown and Wanaka is told to sell more alcohol or face not having their licence renewed.

Is Wellington resilient?

While the November 14 earthquake caused some major damage, essential services continued, but the picture may be quite ...

OPINION: Had the earthquake been centred under the capital, the city could have been without power for months.

ACC 'protected' from CentrePort loss

BNZ initially indicated it would move back into the Harbour Quays building quickly, but later admitted damage from the ...

Crown fund has whip hand over port which could mean it ends up owning three commercial properties.

Slingshot owner offers power

Vocus offices (generic)

Giving customers broadband and power together can be good marketing, but in the end, consumers just want the best deal.

Kiwi tech 'can thrive'

Canine data collection company Heyrex is the 85th fastest growing technology company in Asia-Pacific.

More than 50 companies rank in Asia-Pacific's 500 fastest growing.

Demolition work starts

A digger prepares for work on the demolition job.

Preparation work has started to take down part of Lower Hutt's Queensgate Shopping Centre.

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