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'I was hacked'

Air New Zealand said it was investigating after the images went public.

The Air NZ flight attendant at the centre of the leaked images saga says an ex-friend stole her videos and photos.

Air NZ's record profit video

Air NZ chief executive Christopher Luxon says strong competition is a good thing for the local traveller.

Air NZ is "ploughing" profits back into company but what does it mean for customers, will fares fall?

Wellington's 'Ponsonby' hub

The site of the former Greytown Four Square store and adjoining land, which was developed into new retail spot, is on ...

The "most sophisticated retail property ever built in the Wairarapa" is up for grabs.

Yealand's winery for sale

The Crossroads sale includes the winery, the vineyards and the cellar door.

Yealands Estate Wines is selling its Crossroads winery and vineyards in Hawke's Bay.

Hutt project manager wins big

Rodney Verhoeven, of Hawkins, took out the top award for his work on the Walter Nash Centre.

Rodney Verhoeven, of Hawkins, took out the top award for his work on the Walter Nash Centre.

Charming the Chinese

Shorter kayak tours in the Abel Tasman National Park is an example of attempts to cater for the needs of Chinese tourists.

Kayak guides are encouraging Chinese visitors who cannot swim and have a fear of the sea to have a go.

KiwiSaver investments illegal?

A financial law expert has discounted suggestions police could look into breaches of arms laws by KiwiSaver providers.

Laws banning controversial weapons might apply to scheme providers, ministry says.

Tru-Test subsidiary temporary win

Tru-Test managing director was accused of using a strategy to avoid paying.

Appeal of $4.1m damages payment now set to be heard in October.

TVNZ cuts cloth to fit

The closure of the Pacific Broadcast Service eliminated TVNZ's last remaining direct government funding.

Money now flowing one way from broadcaster to government coffers.

'Shame Westpac' video

Waikanae residents protest the planned Westpac bank branch closure.

Protesters turn out to let the bank know their feelings about planned branch closures.

NZME to launch Chinese site

NZME has applied for permission to merge with Fairfax Media NZ, the owner of The Dominion Post and Stuff.

Publisher's profit rises on one-off gains but print advertising shows sharp drop.

Sky TV sets out future

Sky TV boss John Fellet says UFB-connected set-top boxes could deliver 'broadcast' and streaming TV over a single connection.

These may be Sky's final days as an independent company but there's still plenty to watch.

Sky TV: internet rivals too cheap

Sky TV says Rio Olympics ratings picked up and met its expectations after a "scary" first weekend.

Pay TV boss notes Sky TV making almost as much money as US giant Netflix.

Kiwibank snubs small towns

Kiwibank chief executive Paul Brock says there have been major changes to its retail network including branch upgrades ...

NZ-owned bank plans more branches in main centres but ignores small towns facing branch closures.

Two sides of Easter trading coin

Onehunga Business Association manager Amanda Kinzett says Easter trading laws get a mixed reaction among the 400 or so ...

Some see it as progressive, while others think it will bring more hassle.

Ferrybank up to voters

Wraight Athfield Landscape and Architecture directors John Hardwick-Smith and Megan Wraight display their design plans ...

A vision to transform an inner-city stretch of river bank into a premier destination has been adopted.

Alleged scam probe halted

The original Halo Boutique website was shut down after concerns were raised about the site's authenticity.

Police are no longer investigating online retailer Halo Boutique.

NZ Post profit up, letters drop

AUCKLAND, AUCKLAND - APRIL 06:  New Lynn Kiwibank and Postshop on April 6, 2016 in Auckland, New Zealand. New Zealand ...

Postal service reports a $141m profit and parcel growth, but posties are delivering fewer letters.

Council candidate nailed

Auckland Council candidate David Rankin has been criticised for using a nail gun to put up campaign hoardings without ...

Auckland Council candidate David Rankin caught using a powerful nail gun with no protective gear in sight.

Spotify in revenue dispute

Listen to Taylor Swift and Lorde on Spotify for free? That might not be an option in the future.

Music by Kanye West, Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, and Lorde is free to stream, but for how much longer?

Pizza drones 'unfeasible' video

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Domino's launch World First Autonomous Delivery Vehicle

DRU - Domino's ...

A drone expert is skeptical Domino's will be using drones to deliver pizza to New Zealand homes later this year.

Slow wait for fast broadband

Generic picture of optic fibre broadband cable.

One Wellington resident has faced a tantalising wait to connect to a UFB cable just metres away.

Countdown opens more stores

Countdown Rangiora customer Beth Watts and her children Aiden and Kirsty at the supermarket's opening day in 2012.

Its Aussie parent is struggling, but the NZ supermarket operator is still expanding.

Auckland Airport's high-roller heliport

International passenger numbers, particularly high-spending tourists, are on the up.
file generic helicopter tour ...

A new helicopter terminal and hangar will open in November.

Herbert director faces legal action

At the time of Bridgecorp's collapse in 2007, Herbert Construction Company was in the midst of building Momi resort.

Court proceedings have been filed against Herbert Construction director Malcolm Herbert over unpaid debts.

SkyCity worker sentenced

A SkyCity casino worker hatched a scheme with two associates to steal chips.

Casino worker who stole $45,000 in chips under stress after becoming a dad and helping family.

Farmers seek $7.5m from ANZ

The logo of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd (ANZ) is pictured on a local branch in Sydney in this April 30, ...

Taranaki farming partnership suing ANZ for $7.5 million for losses incurred from interest rate swaps.

Agent's licence cancelled

The rapid on-sale of two properties has cost a real estate agent his licence.

Selling a house twice in 24 hours has a big cost for an Auckland real estate agent.

Seabed mining second crack

23112013.Photo: Mike Scott/Fairfax Media.  Yannie Petzold, of Ragaln, stands covered in molasses to symolise oil during ...

Millions of tonnes of ironsand could be stripped from the South Taranaki seabed if Trans Tasman Resources' bid to mine it is approved.

Meet the world's fastest truck video

Volvo's "Iron Knight", the world's fastest truck over standing 500m and 1000m distances.

Volvo's "Iron Knight" is a truck specially built for breaking world speed records.

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