Lawyers call on consumer watchdog to muzzle itself by not naming the companies people complain most about.
Dodgy debt collectors, mis-sold extended warranties and unsafe goods are among the main consumer traps.
Engineering student Jmin Joon has scooped first place in the CMC Markets National University Trading Challenge.
People approaching point where they need subsidies to live in Auckland, mortgage adviser says.
How much do you know about the superannuation savings scheme?
"No, I do not enjoy it, but it's the only way I can save some money," says a new Kiwi sharing a room with 4 others.
Sure, you could work a proper 9-5 job for 40 years. Or you could do this instead.
The Dotcom Mansion has been bought by a trust, but who really owns it?
Fraudsters hit Shay Speers' bank account - now he's left without money 'til Monday.
Banks are now mainly in big city centres. But do they owe it to the smaller towns to stay?
Almost 200 Auckland houses have sold for at least twice their current council valuations.
Shops issue orders to grabby customers as bumper crop arrives in supermarkets.
Paying something for nothing - NZ shoppers are losing $10 million a year on gift cards that expire.
Customers overwhelmed by array of sites starting to disengage "en masse", analyst says.
Only one in eight self-employed business owners have agreed levels of cover from ACC.
The pizzeria meltdown didn't come out of nowhere - those deal sites we love can be very bad business.
Houses in prestigious Auckland school zones sell for eye-watering sums, but there's at least one bargain area.
Is your business meeting its KiwiSaver obligations?
Is your spring fling turning into something more serious? Here's what you need to know
Should you buy in NZ? Wait until you get to your destination? Skip duty-free entirely?
OPINION: Are 'green' claims just a good way for businesses to boost sales?
Wellington's hot property market fuelled by drastic rise in numbers of people turning to auctions.
OPINION: How much money do you need to never work again? The answer might surprise you.
New technology - proved to work with A$10 transfer - could change banking as we know it.
Stuff costs money to buy, and stuff costs money to own.
House price rises are "excessive" but bank thinks tougher lending rules may be starting to bite.
But the relationship between the two isn’t as simple as you might think.
Trust elects not to exercise right of first refusal over Wellington landmark.
Concerns credit scores take people's star signs into account are dismissed.
Wellington grocery store recently ordered to pay $53,000 for worker exploitation will be liquidated.