Businessman David Henderson has won a chance to further argue his case against the Official Assignee.
Cash-strapped KiwiRail is proposing to replace electric trains with more diesel-powered engines, which could cost hundreds of jobs, union warns.
Kiwi cat owners who buy their moggies Fancy Feast or Iams branded food may have unwittingly supported a slavery ring in Southeast Asia.
Auckland mayor meets port reps, lobby groups and others over controversial port expansion plan.
Level of fish caught in NZ waters could be three times higher than recorded, leaked report says.
We're spending up on chocolate but is anyone paying attention to ethical production?
Liquidator of one of NZ's biggest construction firms believes it can make a number of claims.
Lion, DB and Independent Breweries are all hiking their prices.
Owner of The Media Counsel guilty of charges over $1.8m of payments.
Retailer's profit jumps nearly 40 per cent after turnaround at a critical time.
Developers are revamping Christchurch city centre.
Another office building has been announced for Auckland's burgeoning waterfront area.
Tokoroa contractor whose company owes millions of dollars has more added to the bill.
How do you build a billion-dollar business? If any Kiwi knows, it could be Guy Haddleton.
Rural regions braced themselves for tough times late last year, but are feeling happier now.
The man who died in a forestry accident near Stratford on Thursday has been named.
Top liquidator is director of a company itself subject to liquidation actions, which is working on Harewood subdivision.
Kidicorp owners ditch the corporate name and give the operation to family foundation.
Smith and Davies' Northland trucking business is being sold to a rival company.
Wellington sporting teams are looking to cash in on their recent on-field success - and the fans hold the key.
NZ's premier tourism event, Trenz 2015, will see a larger contingent of buyers out of the UK as well as emerging markets.
Christchurch Airport international passenger numbers grew 15 per cent in February.
Fish oil company SeaDragon says sales for the March year will be about $6.5 million, more than twice the previous year's figure.
Cricket fans, don't despair, Air NZ has added a service to Melbourne for Sunday's Cricket World Cup final.
Sony has no plans to shut its three NZ outlets, despite closures in the US and Canada.
OPINION: The 'Goldilocks' zone for oil prices has been banished, but the story's still good for NZ.
Auckland skin care company makes big claims for an anti-ageing product.
Perpetual Trust no longer part of financier's attempt to make trustees liable for damages.
Len Brown leaves council meeting after blocking debate on controversial port expansion.
Air New Zealand has revealed pricing for its new Auckland to Argentina service.