NZ's trade deficit of $472m last month was on the back of more exports and fewer imports.
The kiwi takes a hit against the US dollar after Fonterra cut its milk price forecast.
Dairy giant takes a hit in the pocket and makes further cuts to its farmer milk payout forecast.
Receivers prepared to wait for more capital to be raised by wool farmers wanting to buy failed Christchurch yarn mill.
Today is the dairy giant's biggest day of the year with the annual result, a final payout for last season and revised forecast for this season all due.
Days from being due to shake off bankruptcy, Terry Serepisos is again battling authorities.
PM's former Christchurch primary school sold and site cleared for future development.
Disappointed residents who opposed a Bunnings development must now come to terms with the three-level store.
Investors are being cautious after listed retailer Kathmandu announced a $5m investment plan in the United Kingdom and Europe this year.
War between troubled $80m investment fund and Pyne Gould Corporation escalates after fund's board describe PGC directors as "irreconcilably conflicted".
Three of the founding shareholders in website search company SLI Systems have sold more than 4 million shares, sending the stock falling to $1.21.
Shareholders testy as the upmarket department store continues to battle with returning its retail business to profitability.
Health and safety concerns threaten to shut down New Zealand's only oil refinery, with workers planning to strike next month.
Union says parties unable to reach agreement despite Marsden Pt refinery workers accepting no pay rise.
A Commerce St site with links to former bankrupt developer Andrew Krukziener is on the market.
Shares in Christchurch software company SLI slumped more than 10 per cent after some of the company's early investors took an early opportunity to sell down their stakes.
Trilogy shares have been hit by "constant" selling by a founding shareholder in the past year, chairman Geoff Ross says.
More legal dramas for Terry Serepisos a day after he was arrested on arrival back in NZ.
Port Nelson Ltd has ended a good year with an extra $1 million in its dividend to its shareholders.
The outdoor gear retailer boosted sales and opened new stores, but saw its annual result worsen.