News that house consents have hit a seven-year high is music to the building industry's ears.
Auckland business group spent almost $800,000 on contractor expenses, with bulk likely to have been paid to disgraced ex-chief exec Alex Swney.
The tech company says it's suffering from the “iPhone 6 effect” as it seeks to reassure investors spooked by a poor quarterly update.
Tourist audio guide company looks to raise up to $350,000 from the public through equity crowdfunding platform Equitise.co.nz.
Two islands in Auckland have been bought by Chinese interests in a $41.5 million deal for a luxury tourist resort.
Sky News Australia plans to maintain a presence in New Zealand despite announcing Prime News staff redundancies.
An underwater construction company in Picton is providing vital components for Australia's first major floating superstructure.
Crime fighting software company undershoots its 2014 revenue target, as it flagged earlier.
A flood of Chinese tourists helped lift tourist arrivals by 5 per cent in December to record highs for any month.
NZ had a record gain of almost 51,000 people in 2014, though the pace of arrivals cooled slightly in December.
NZ dollar hits a four-year low against the greenback after tumbling by more than US6 cents in a fortnight.
The coal miner has terminated the jobs of four of its executive management team to save money.
The company has also received court approval to return about $63 million to shareholders.
Listed investment company Pyne Gould Corporation has admitted a $22 million hole in its accounts after booking a profit that did not materialise.
A $5.7 million food testing and production plant is planned for Christchurch, which will allow local businesses to experiment and test new food substances.
Direct flights between Christchurch and Guangzhou in southern China are likely in the next one to two years.
Two megaliners will cruise NZ’s coastline next summer, one of which will be the largest to have visited these shores.
A mortgage lending boom has helped the supply of low-equity home loans to almost double in one year.
Retailer says clever cost control is the reason for its double-digit profit forecast increase in the tough retail sector.
Strong meat and log sales helped offset an ongoing dive in dairy exports as global prices slumped last year.
Coastal shipping company Pacifica Shipping is launching a new container vessel from March replacing a smaller vessel whose charter has ended.
NZ dollar falls to a fresh three-year low after the Reserve Bank said it could cut the official interest rate this year.
South Island companies in the Deloitte South Island Index achieved strong growth of 6.2 per cent in the last quarter of 2014.
Customers will be able to design their own burger as the fast food chain looks to tap in to the gourmet market.
Every drop of water that runs through a public supply is counted by meters.
Auckland Airport has bought a second hovercraft and two new boats as part of a $5 million improvement.
Environmental groups applaud Christchurch City Council’s stance against deep-sea oil drilling off the Canterbury coast.
Markets regulator looks at developments at VMob after firm's concerns its directors were wrongly accused of insider trading.
The bank held interest rates steady today but says the next move may be "either up or down" .
When a Russian vodka billionaire reclines in the limousine boat that takes him to his luxury yacht he rests on the work of a Matamata company.