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Healthy produce was in our trolleys this year.

Processed foods are out and fruit and vegetables are in for healthier Kiwis as we stock our trolleys with bananas and avocados.

Spark/Netflix deal 'nice sign'

Spark's deal with Netflix is "exclusive" for a year.

InternetNZ says latest broadband freebie is a sign of healthy competition.

Crowing about Year of the Rooster

Year of the Rooster celebrations boosted tourism growth from China.

Chinese New Year contributed to the record 381,100 visitors who arrived in January.

Survey sounds warning for scallops

Commercial and recreational fishing for scallops in the top of the south region was banned last season.

Scallop fishermen raise concerns over the timing of MPI stocktake of numbers in the top of the south.

Brewing hub gets a boost

Boneface Brewing's comic book influenced logo.

A new player in the craft beer game has arrived at the old Dunlops factory as Upper Hutt's push for an industry destination hub grows.

2degrees says sorry

For Sade Hopkins (left) and Kim Workman, the upgrade couldn't have come at a worse time.

For Sade Hopkins and Kim Workman, the glitches could not have come at a worse time.

CFOs should be very worried

Centre for Digital Business chief digital officer Marie Johnson says more organisations are becoming aware of the change ...

CFO survival in an era when much of their job becomes automated.

TAB options set to explode

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Number of betting options for Kiwi punters could rise by tens of thousands through Betfair deal.

Constructing the future

New Zealand Institute of Building chief executive Malcolm Fleming says

Construction is becoming increasingly technology rich and innovation focussed.

No 2degrees top-ups

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2degrees chief executive Eric Hertz (left) and chief operations officer ...

Customers are struggling to top-up their phones after an upgrade which started almost two weeks ago.

Put down that phone

Life is better when you're not constantly looking at your phone, says Shreya Upadhyaya.

Life is better when you're not constantly looking at your phone, some Kiwis are finding.

Church's $320m not for cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral has been sitting derelict in the city centre for more than six years.

The Anglican diocese has the money to restore Christ Church cathedral but can't use it.

Strong beer in drinks comeback

Michael Donaldson - craft beer has to be strong.

We're drinking more beer and it's the stronger stuff that Kiwis are increasingly choosing to buy.

Vector eyes new technology

Vector chief executive Simon Mackenzie says electricity consumption will keep reducing.

More smart meters and electric vehicle charging stations.

Spark/Netflix tie-up mooted

In 2016, 93 million people worldwide subscribed to Netflix.

A fresh instalment in the TV soap opera is possible as the door closes on the Sky/Vodafone merger.

Cadbury backlash win for rivals

The decision to close the Cadbury factory in Dunedin has prompted an outcry.

Kiwi anger at the chocolate giant hands Whittaker's a golden opportunity.

Airways investing in tourism growth

Airways New Zealand chief executive Ed Sims says continued growth in aviation has helped boost the result.

There were an extra 315 jet movements a week last year.

Wasps to fight stink bug

The brown marmorated stink bug has the potential to cause huge damage to NZ horticulture.

A parasitic wasp may be unleashed on a potentially devastating insect.

NZME performance 'stable'

NZME cut its costs to match a fall in advertising revenues.

Media company manages to cut costs to match advertising revenue decline.

Fish kill firm: 'We got it wrong'

A culvert pouring toxic chemicals into the small waterway in Paeroa.

Lots of distressed and dead eels and fish were seen after Hamilton firm's chemical spill.

Tesla's Auckland key party video

Single example of the Falcon-door Model X SUV was on display. Deliveries start in March.

First eight buyers of facelifted Model S were the stars of Tesla NZ's launch party.

Tauranga hints at another North Island hub

Port of Tauranga says its improvements are paying off.

Port of Tauranga still in expansion mode.

Merger appeal like 'root canal' video

Generic pic to illustrate Vodafone NZ Sky merger story

Sky TV has to 'focus on business again' after merger with Vodafone rejected.

Merger decisions 'not linked' video

When it comes to controversial mergers, it's two down, one to go, for the country's competition watchdog.

Commerce Commission chairman says merger applications being treated on their individual merits.

130 Warehouse jobs likely to go

The Warehouse is making job cuts.

The Warehouse makes deep cuts at head office level.

What's next for Sky customers?

Sky TV's proposed merger with Vodafone NZ has been torpedoed by the country's competition watchdog.

The merger is dead, but Sky - with its sport stranglehold - isn't going the way of the dinosaurs yet.

Sweet spot for Kiwi travellers video

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Heavy competition has meant great ticket prices but this might be as good as it gets, warns Air NZ.

Stand-down for rogue bosses

Indian students face deportation from New Zealand after their Indian agent filed fraudulent documents.

But new measures to stop employers exploiting migrant workers don't go far enough, unions say.

Tesla mania hits NZ

Model S is the car that established Tesla as an 'it' brand. Still doing stirling work.

OPINION: I think Tesla is the carmaking equivalent of Apple and I don't mean that in a nice way.

Tensions boil over at Cadbury meeting

Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull was unhappy with media's actions at the meeting.

Bitter taste left in Dunedin Mayor's mouth after Cadbury management meeting, thanks to media intrusion.

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