Reserve Bank used meeting house design without permission, Iwi says.
Laundry balls are billed as the green way to wash your clothes, but a test shows they may be a waste of money.
BNZ's new record low interest rate may be first in series of competitive cuts.
A crime-fighting software company has been signed up to provide risk management products to the Reserve Bank.
House price boom has made it harder to move on from a first home.
Fees can make tens of thousands of dollars' difference over a KiwiSaver member's lifetime.
Rod Petricevic walks free from prison next week, but the Sensible Sentencing Trust wants a judicial review.
A new survey shows banks are supporting struggling dairy farmers. But it comes with a warning that it may not last.
Vector says batteries it is bringing here later this year will help make solar power a more viable alternative for households.
What is the best way to save for your children's university fees?
Spark shares have climbed on the back of higher dividends.
A retirement savings researcher says New Zealanders are at risk of running out of reasons to join.
OPINION: Individuals and society must gets to grips with the high cost of "end of life" care.
OPINION: To me, credit cards are tiny plastic reminders you've spent money you don't have.
School children think they are pretty good at managing their money. Their teachers think they are not.
Z Energy and BP have both hiked prices by 4 cents a litre, the first increase in two months.
The $16.6 million surplus pool given to Hubbard Management Funds statutory managers has dwindled to $0.5m.
Ill-prepared Kiwis are planning to rely on the pension, rental properties and KiwiSaver to get by, a survey shows.
Creating healthy money habits needs to begin in the home.
A fear of the unknown may be putting some Kiwis off investing in the sharemarket.
KiwiSaver members who are invested in growth funds are being advised to close their eyes and hold on tight through market turbulence.
Money Week is a good time to take your KiwiSaver pulse and check you have a healthy balance.
Finding the right credit card for you is only a matter of patience and a bit of research.
A businessman's divorce that could be worth $29 million will go before the Supreme Court.
ANALYSIS: While the $9 airfares are clearly unsustainable, lower prices may be here to stay.
Charges have been laid against one of two truck shops under investigation by the Commerce Commission.
Many Kiwi couples are so hesitant to talk about money that some do not even know what each other earns.
Auckland's house prices are rising the fastest in over a decade, and are being felt across the upper North Island.
Sir Ed's daughter has a big thumbs up to the clearer picture of her father on the new $5 note.
Many older Kiwis don't know what they'll do with their KiwiSaver nest eggs.