The former site of Christchurch's landmark railway station is on the market.
Supermarket chain, Countdown's marketing supremo Bridget Lamont, has become one of the most popular women in New Zealand after the launch of a second tranche of the company's cult craze - the "Super Animals" collectable cards.
Pizza Hut is the latest company to come under fire for using the term Anzac incorrectly in a pizza advert.
Spark's mobile network is gradually returning to full operations after outage.
Business events for the week ahead.
Evening broadband performance is being hit by 'Netflix effect', research suggests.
The cloud software firm has lost its chief financial officer but its growth remains broadly on track.
Windflow Technology's elusive key shareholder David Iles, has jumped to a 42 per cent holding in the struggling manufacturer.
Condom maker's submission to buy K-Y lubricant leaves watchdog unsatisfied.
An African-style savannah home to a collection of exotic animals in the heart of Middle Earth is up for auction.
Tower Insurance appears to be cash-settling its remaining customers after closing its rebuild programme.
Ride sharing app increases its charges per kilometre in Auckland to attract drivers.
The two top executives of a Christchurch stainless steel manufacturer announce their intentions to depart.
Firing Ports of Auckland board may be on the table at a meeting to debate port expansion.
Hamilton Airport bosses say revenue has hit "rock bottom" and are bracing for lean times over the next three years.
Major downsizing of the Fletcher-managed earthquake home repair programme will not slow progress in its final phase, the company says.
Tiwai Point posts strong profit despite tough market conditions.
Trends Publishing says the Serious Fraud Office has not been in touch.
More people arrived in the past year and far fewer left NZ for Australia.
RB would consider cutting rates if demand weakens, but still fears inflation.
Suzuki announces a record recall of two million cars to replace ignition switches after reports of fumes.
Cricket World Cup and early Easter boost visitor numbers to a record.
Reserve Bank to tap finance minister's brother for interest rate advice.
Christchurch developers say "ludicrous" rules are delaying the city's rebuild.
New cars could be bought for each new cycling convert from the money spent on the $156 million plan.
House prices in Manawatu keep falling, but employment rates are keeping people away.
Demand for emerging online television and movie services is helping drive customers to Enable's fibre.
Seafood harvester Sanford is breeding mussels like farmed sheep or cattle to produce millions of spawn for a steadier future.
Wellington-based Opus International Consultants is having a mixed start to the year, laying off more staff in Australia and facing tougher times in Canada, too.
Free-to-air television networks have failed to deliver meaningful advertising growth and that's likely to continue, says Citi.