British American Tobacco offer to buy rival Reynolds American in a gigantic cash-and-stock deal.
AA's partnership with Countdown brings the card to new users, so how do you get the best benefits?
Single people are struggling to pull together the money to purchase a home of their own.
You've signed up to KiwiSaver and 3% of your pay is whisked away every fortnight. Retirement savings sorted, right? Wrong.
Warning: A rental crunch may be looming for tenants, while landlords will have to cover costs one way or another.
Members of a women's gym in Auckland say they are still waiting for refunds, more than two months after it closed.
Those food prices are almost certainly playing mind tricks on you.
$13 or $520 - moisturiser does the same job. Here are some other pricey rorts to watch for
One rural property sold last November - then again this May for almost $800,000 more.
OPINION: NZ and the South Island in particular is on the verge of an exponential increase in international visitors.
OPINION: How do bank break fees work? And could you be better off paying them?
A Napier dealer sold a faulty car to a German tourist. It lasted just 20 days.
It makes it seem like a good thing, but stopping your KiwiSaver contributions might put an actual holiday at risk, an expert says.
OPINION: It can be tough for shoppers to know if they are really getting a good deal.
OPINION: What could possibly be worse than high inflation? The answer is "very low inflation".
Finance companies offer better returns on your money than you would get in the bank - is it worth the risk?
Low interest rates are driving people to try to break fixed-term mortgages – and being stung by break fees in the process.
The Government is calling for public input into its investigation credit card charges.
OPINION:There's one group who have been forgotten in this boomer vs millennials debate: why is no one blaming Generation X?
You think you've won millions but then things turn nasty. Here's how to keep your friends and stay out of court.
What do you need to do to cover your kids' stuff when a relationship breaks up?
OPINION: Decide what being wealthy means to you, and strive for it - but be careful what you wish for.
Stuart MacIntosh said rats were dying under his kitchen floorboards, and their smell made the house virtually uninhabitable.
There are 67 shopping days to Christmas, but that doesn't faze reformed shopaholic Jackie Gower.
The relentless rise in property asking prices may be nearing an end, particularly in Auckland, data shows.
The cost of filling up the car is nearing a psychological level as global oil prices rise.
Income inequality is a feature of our society, and the New Zealand Initiative says it's not actually growing.
The prospect of a second gold rush could be a reality for a historic mining town.
Mitre 10 joins retailers axing Fly Buys rewards in favour of Air New Zealand Airpoints.
DOC can't afford it, but a foreign billionaire might. So will the public be shut off from Elliot Bay?