Industries

Large slip at mine

Macraes Goldmine

New Zealand's largest gold mine has been shut down after a massive slip.

Stressed at work?

Stressed, anxious man

Bosses are legally required to look for stress, and workplace legislation is changing to underline this.

Serepisos assets to go

Terry Serepisos

Receivers are selling bankrupt developer Terry Serepisos' waterfront portfolio.

Warehouse moves into apartments

The Warehouse on Broadway

A major modernisation of The Warehouse will also see the giant listed retailer develop apartments.

Damaged knee, broken promise

Peter Hehir

This is a story about a damaged knee. But really it's a story about corporate reputation and brand promise.

Warehouse more than simply red

Mark Powell

The Warehouse Group draws increasing income from sales not made in those iconic Red Sheds.

Minister bursts bubble

Minister Responsible for Novopay Steven Joyce

The Government is playing down predictions published by powerful US magazine Forbes that New Zealand is on the path to economic disaster.

More cafes close this Easter

Waiter Strap

Fewer eateries are opening during public holidays because the high cost of staffing.

Fraudster's wife gets $900k

Former Ross home

Wife of man behind NZ's biggest fraud pockets nearly $900,000 from family mansion sale.

A broker's view: Contact Energy

Clyde Dam Contact Energy

The pros and cons of investing in Contact Energy.

English upbeat on Genesis

Genesis

Funds raised through the partial sale of Genesis Energy may be lower than they could have been, with taxpayers getting good value only "on average" over the sales process, the finance minister has admitted.

Liquidator 'breached fundamental principles'

dave henderson

A liquidator who referred to property developer Dave Henderson as a "little bastard" has been found guilty and ordered to pay costs.

Labour backs 'subbies'

David Cunliffe

Labour will seek a law change to help subcontractors caught up in big construction firm failures.

NZ 'falling behind on R&D'

Labour Party

Labour is promising research and development tax credits and accelerated depreciation for hi-tech firms, at a cost of $300 million a year.

New BNZ chief bullish

BNZ chief executive Anthony Healy

BNZ's new chief executive is banking on consistent growth as NZ's economy continues to expand.

Dick Smith online sales up

dicksmithstrap

Consumer electronics retailer Dick Smith reports 47pc bounce in online sales, but NZ sales fell almost 6 per cent.

NZ stocks at 'fair value'

Stock market NZX

New Zealand stocks are trading at fair value, research company Morningstar says in its latest market outlook report.

Bank dampens talk of 6pc growth

per cent

Consumer and business confidence is so high they suggest the economy could grow as much as 6 per cent.

Strong debut for Genesis

Genesis

Shares in Genesis Energy traded as high as $1.83 on the NZX, well above their $1.55 issue price.

New home for hotel

Grand Chancellor site

Christchurch's tallest building pre-quake, the Hotel Grand Chancellor will not be rebuilt in its old spot.

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