Government and council say they're on track with strategy to ease Auckland's housing shortage.
Concept Homes Tokoroa hits trouble owing more than $1 million to 70 businesses.
Vodafone and Spark trade fresh blows over which has the biggest 4G mobile network.
The central bank will cut 19 roles and establish eight new jobs.
South Canterbury businessman Graham Carr wins court battle which held up a $16m payout.
Home building work rose in the last three months of last year, but commercial work eased.
Australian-owned FlexiGroup will buy Telecom Rentals for $106m.
Prices rose 1.1 per cent at the overnight auction, driven by a big jump in cheddar and butter milk powder.
Senior manager involved in the lewd cake case disappears from company records.
OPINION: This week's "rude cake" payout decision raises the bar for injury-to-feelings compensation under the Privacy Act.
Australian supermarket giant Woolworths has sold its stake in The Warehouse to the family behind Farmers and Pascoes at a $110m loss.
The Canterbury Mortgage Trust made a profit but there is no dividend any time soon for its more than 4000 long-suffering local investors.
Christchurch and Canterbury Tourism needs to be more transparent and open to the public, tourism operators say.
Investors in jetpack developer Martin Aircraft are on a very wild ride.
The owner of Farmers says it is not planning a takeover of the big box retailer.
Man has suspected broken arm and head injury after falling 2 metres while unloading a ship.
Electricity prices are being held and may fall slightly this year, according to the Electricity Authority.
The price Kiwis are having to pay for a night away is being driven up by the strong economy and an influx of foreign tourists.
Inland Revenue is paying for more than a dozen consultants working on its $1 billion "Business Transformation" project to commute between Australia and Wellington.
Talley's Group charged with failing to ensure staff safety after a man died on one of its tuna boats.
John Key says enough houses are "in the pipeline" in Auckland to meet demand from immigration.
Prime Minister John Key is refusing to rule out giving taxpayer cash to Solid Energy.
Public servants could be stymied in wage rises with MPs pay bump set to match theirs, says Andrew Little.
New Zealand's Rocket Lab secures financial backing from US aerospace giant Lockheed Martin.
Supreme Court dumps long-running dispute between swimwear firm Zoggs and Mr Zogs Sexwax.
Blue Chip's founder returns to NZ to face public examination.
Government will urgently legislate to change the way MPs' pay rises are calculated after the latest 5.4pc increase.
Net immigration numbers are likely to set new records, potentially pushing up house prices,Treasury says.
But the state-owned broadcaster says it grabbed a bigger slice of a 'weak' TV ad market.
TSB, which has written off a $53.9m loan, and other banks look at a package to keep miner afloat.