Auckland’s train network has hit a milestone 12 million passenger trips in 12 months, but transport planners say barriers remain to getting more people on board.
The operation behind Mt Dobson skifield in South Canterbury is being sold by its original owners.
Australian investment firm will halve the number of buildings considered and lower the target sum to A$220m.
Casino surveillance officer fired for not reporting a cheating player loses personal grievance, and will appeal.
Retirement village operator says it is is hitting annual build targets and looks to grow its landbank.
The Papamoa-based courier driver will spend a year confined to his home and must repay $180,000.
Fastfood firm Hell Pizza is adding fireworks to its menu, including for home delivery.
Forestry company IFS Growth has chosen Upper Hutt at its North Island base.
Homeowners angry that EQC and EQR can "walk away" after investigation into asbestos handling.
The capital city beats Auckland and Christchurch in the quality of life stakes, making it the best place to live.
ACC's annual surplus is almost $300m ahead of budget, and will enable 'significant' cuts to levies.
Govt watchdog backs ministry decision to not publicly release list of potentially dangerous buildings.
Chemical manufacturer Nuplex sells its plastic additives and distribution businesses to focus on making resins.
Installing wireless systems for a big company makes a base income, but Tag I.T Technologies keeps innovating to grow.
Third place in World Bank index on the ease of doing business puts NZ behind just Singapore and Hong Kong.
The firm is reported to be working with two investment banks as it progresses plans for a US IPO.
The Hobbit has so far cost nearly $1 billion as the epic continues to set new benchmarks for studio spending.
A West Coast council investing in 1080 was always going to spark debate in a region with many outspoken opponents to the poison.
Overhauling restrictive legacy recruitment systems is changing the notion of what it means to be a stevedore.
Christchurch City Council is taking a more hands-on approach with Lyttelton Port, reassessing the port's decision not to build a $40 million cruise-ship facility.