Business confidence is retreating, diving to a two-year low, and pre-election politics are to blame, ANZ Bank says.
NZ came within an ace of finalising a free trade agreement with Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan before the Crimean and Ukraine crises stalled talks.
South Korea’s ambassador to New Zealand has ramped up expectation that a free trade agreement is imminent.
Lyttelton Port of Christchurch chief executive Peter Davie's salary keeps rising, this year by 18 per cent to $1.24 million.
Man who once introduced himself to Sir Paul Holmes as an "armed maniac" is jailed for millions of dollars worth of fraud.
Air New Zealand says prices are significantly lower than five years ago, but it will keep trying to bring fares down.
NZ dollar flattens out after a tumultuous start to the week, but the GlobalDairyTrade auction could push it lower.
Business confidence has dropped to its lowest level in two years.
Reserve Bank wins applause from manufacturers and exporters over its move to dampen the currency. | Kiwi quiet ahead of auction
Aussie fund manager wants to buy 125 The Terrace in Wellington and SAP Tower in Auckland.
Radio New Zealand appoints Carol Hirschfeld as head of content, after her job at Maori Television disappeared.
A lull in building work before this month's election is expected to turn around, but apartments remain strong.
For the first time in a decade two companies will run ferries between Waiheke and Downtown Auckland.
Worker's injury with unsecured harness costs roofing company $48,000 in fines and reparations.
Christchurch energy-efficient lightbulb firm flicks the switch on the launch of its Ecobulb across the Tasman.
Investors will be hoping for something new to come out of the national carrier's AGM today in Christchurch.
Ex-Mighty River Power boss walked away with a pay package 68 per cent higher than the previous year. | Boss paid '120 times more'
Director of a charter company whose boat propeller killed a diver in Northland enters two not guilty pleas in Whangarei District Court.
They say negligence in letting the devastating PSA virus into NZ has cost their industry at least $885m.
Banks have streamlined the lending process for apartment owners struggling to get loans for leaky building repairs.