People doing internet banking on computers with Windows XP will continue to be covered if accounts are hacked.
John Key says the increases would be greater under a Labour Government.
The younger generation seems to think baby boomers had it all. I wish, writes Sue O'Neill.
The Reserve Bank may lift official interest rates as much as five times this year, according to a Westpac forecast.
Banks are competing for students and Victoria University wants to help them survive financially.
Kiwi households are well placed to cope with rising interest rates because of belt tightening since the global financial crisis (GFC).
Caterer Ruth Pretty may have been a borrower but she warns people against lending money out.
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Companies will let you rent everything from fridges and washing machines to a 50" smart TV.
How to rack up the rewards from frequent-flyer programmes.
Upper Hutt remains bottom in New Zealand for economic performance while South Wairarapa is booming.
With Genesis now on the chopping block we look at the previous asset sales have stacked up for investors.
Taranaki has been at the forefront of New Zealand's economic recovery, Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce said yesterday.
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Christchurch has had its second $4 million-plus house sale in four months, and more luxury homes are going up for sale as cashed-up Cantabrians go house-hunting.
Fast-money lenders are often condemned as loan sharks, and with new financial regulation due they are again under scrutiny.
NZ is falling behind other countries when it comes to women in management roles.
I'll make up for this child rearing "holiday," but for now, a little more help Mr Government please.
National house values rose 9.3 percent in past year, though Wellington prices are on a much slower track upwards.
The Warehouse customers are poised to lurch $200 million further into debt with the launch of the retail chain's financial arm next year.
Record power bills will force more people to switch off heaters this winter, social providers say.
Scammers broaden their targets by using Student Job Search to get young people to hand over bank details.
LVR mortgage caps are taking effect and slowing the rate of value growth in the residential market, QV says.
The city's shortage of houses for sale is easing and prices will flatten, Barfoot and Thompson says.
Contributory mortgage firm Prudential Mortgage has been convicted and fined for a late annual report.
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Lending restrictions have little impact on house prices but may have helped cut financial system risk, economists say.
Tax adviser charged over false tax returns totalling $270,000 has two weeks to get to court or face possible arrest.
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Linnet Lewis from Rotorua has been charged by the Serious Fraud Office for stealing from pensioners.
Real estate website says average national asking price is $483,099, a 9 per cent rise on a year ago.
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A former fraudster who was jailed for seven years for fraud totalling $6.4 million is facing bankruptcy unless he pays nearly $12,000.
Lawyer accused of obfuscating links between client and Belgrave, allowing $12.5 million in illegal related-party loans.
Without both of my husband and I working, we would not be able to survive, Debra Bain writes.
Struggling domestic violence victims can now apply for interest-free loans, even with bad credit.
Wellington ratepayers are picking up a $1.9m leaky home bill because the council failed to do its job.
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The sharemarket could be in a "sweet spot" for the next two years as the reporting season winds up on a strong note.
OPINION: Many people are missing out badly on their KiwiSaver accounts.
TV cooking celebrity Sachie Nomura tells Josh Martin about not wasting money, even on food.
Low rents are discouraging people from buying their own homes, according to a property investors' group.
The cost of a funeral can add to what is often already a stressful time.
Ministers called in executives from Microsoft, Apple, IBM and Adobe to express concern over high NZ pricing for software and other digital products.
Today we're tackling another classic household expense - the laundry.
The taxman has spent more than $225 million on consultants over the past five years.
A famous rock drummer has argued to keep his name silent while his restaurant is dragged through the Employment Relations Authority.
Diamonds resale value is likely to plummet by at least 50 per cent the minute you leave the jeweller's store.
Insurance company chased teen for compensation after a ball hit car parked close to cricket ground.
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