Living life to the fullest probably here to stay
A definite downside of Glen Sowry's old job were the threats he received in the mail.
While women are increasingly drawn to trades, it can be a hostile work environment for them.
Southland has launched a drive to attract 10,000 new migrants to the region in an effort to boost business.
Bought electricity at spot prices? Well that money-saving option may backfire over the state of South Island lake levels.
Government spending is increasing, but as a share of the country's output it continues to fall.
A proposal to replace an inner city loading zone with a cycleway has not gone down well with Viaduct businesses.
Bill English will believe skill shortages exist when wages are significantly increased.
Investor told to repay some of nearly $1m he withdrew before fraud was uncovered at the firm has his appeal dismissed.
NZ's biggest-ever roading project could finally open next month, bringing relief to Auckland motorists.
Do more people prefer to build a new house or renovate an existing one?
Rocket Lab made NZ the 11th country to launch into space, but its first test rocket but fell short of orbit.
With Kiwis unsatisfied about how few burglaries are solved, Government will help provide locks and security lights for up to 14,000 homes.
The typical working New Zealand family will get $26 a week out of this Budget - an election-year affair that's being called a bribe 8 years in the making. Here's the breakdown of what's in it for you.
Tour managers have found a loophole and say ticket scalpers are "basically selling air".
Estimate of the extra amount multinationals will pay is probably 'conservative', says Steven Joyce.
Tax cuts and entitlement boosts give an average $26 per week more to 1.3m families.
Budget has 'something for everyone', including something to complain about, reaction suggests.
The strong economy was an opportunity to invest in the future of SMEs.
The Budget says it plainly. Our prisons are almost full.
Metro Glass made a record volume of glass last year.
Government focus on putting aside money for a rainy day puts less money in back pockets.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council will spend $7.3 million on a new waste water and water main pipelines that were projected to cost $1m.
A controversial funding freeze on Radio NZ has come to an end with an annual $2.8m boost.
Confused by all the numbers from this year's budget? Here's what you need to know.
Quake damage at NZ Post HQ may cost up to $50m.
No-one left to sue on heartbreaking Auckland leaky apartment building failure.
Marlborough retains New Zealand's grape growing crown, but by how much?
How much are you paying for electricity?
OPINION: The Government wants Auckland to pay its share on infrastructure. Cue the port sale talks.