Councils cannot force strengthening of quake-prone buildings beyond legal minimum, Supreme Court says.
Christmas hamper company is facing court action in Australia over allegedly unfair contract terms that also apply to New Zealand shoppers.
An agreement has been signed between Mighty River Power and Tuwharetoa Maori Trust Board over the use of Taupo basin.
Auckland ratepayers could be asked to help fund Sky City's international convention centre, which faces a cost blowout of up to $128m.
Outdoor clothing retailer Kathmandu's share price dropped 34 cents to $2.44 today, as the company advised a reduction in gross profits following a lacklustre start to Christmas sales in Australia.
Martin Aircraft is dropping the price of shares to A40 cents in its "jetpack" flying machine in a revised public offer in which a young entrepreneurial Chinese company has taken a cornerstone shareholding.
The Government's super ministry is criticised for how it leads economic development.
Cheaper petrol prices and lower mortgage rates are not enough to offset the jitters.
New Zealand Oil & Gas is buying a 19.99 per cent stake of Cue Energy,
An improvement in its struggling audiology business boosts the healthcare business' bottom line.
Shopping around between Auckland’s suburbs could save you almost 20 cents off the national price of petrol.
Fletcher Building subsidiary is cleared of using its dominant market position to shut competitors out.
The whitegoods and appliance company runs into strife across the Tasman.
Hopes are high that the first shipment of Wairarapa-made Lighthouse Gin will make waves when it hits American shores.
Lyttelton Port of Christchurch (LPC) has finalised purchase of a 27-hectare site for the development of an inland cargo hub.
Christchurch's rebuild has helped create a boom number of 5000 new apprentices for the construction industry in 2014.
If New Zealand was a business it would be "pathetically" under-spending on marketing.
Independent reviewer to look into rebuild work and costs related to Christchurch's quake-damaged horizontal infrastructure.
Silver Fern Farms granted consent to discharge into Waimakariri river, after commissioners placed "little weight" on petition by thousands.
A couple who have moved 9 times since the quakes should have been in their new home two months ago.
Agriculture, forestry and fishing bosses are big offenders when it comes to ripping off workers.
Fishing boat that owes nearly half a million dollars in fines in NZ is spotted in South America, Greenpeace says.
We look back on Christchurch in 2014 and ask: Is this as good as it gets?
Another Petone industrial property seen as a potential big box retail development site changes hands.
Estimated costs of SkyCity's controversial conference centre in Akld blow out by up to $128m.
New Zealand risks a shortage of financial advisers if more is not done to bring talent into the profession.
Mega boss Graham Gaylard says discussions with regulators are in their final stages.
Whaling had existed in New Zealand for more than 170 years when it came to an end in 1964.
The private hospital firm gains clearance to takeover listed company Acurity.
Chorus is playing down the chances of it pursuing telecommunications retailers through the courts