Mortgage lending hits a record $228 billion as the housing market takes off outside of Auckland.
An opportunity to purchase a piece of Hamilton's history has emerged.
Auckland to grow the size of Whangarei every three years, with NZ needing 50,000 more tradies by 2021.
Women who complained of "unwanted touching" were not taken seriously by Wellington bar.
Anyone in need of company can sign up to his Japanese online service to rent a man for $13.60 an hour.
Families forced to sleep in LA terminal overnight after Auckland flight was seriously delayed.
Real estate agent claims he was cut loose after disclosing terminal illness.
A Dunedin man's collection of more than 400 working boomboxes is up for auction.
A couple told their four children there wouldn't be a holiday that year after they were "unjustifiably" fired.
Labour open to negotiating a better TPP deal if it does not get US approval this year, says Andrew Little.
Alleged abuse of work exchange schemes is being investigated by the MBIE.
'Countdown will be very cautious about its closures in the face of competitors'
Bella's Cafe, a three time winner of the Restaurant of the Year Award, has closed after 20 years.
If councillors can't agree on long-awaited Unitary Plan to be released on Wednesday, the government will step in.
Founder of a North Otago helicopter company has died after a two-year struggle with cancer.
"We could just about get a new theatre for the cost of refurbishing the old one."
A plastic object was dropped into the Timaru Herald's mailbox with a note attached.
Using gamer-style technology to take remote control of New Zealand's forestry future.
Crown agency releases funds for subsea cable venture, paving the way for an internet cable to link NZ to US via Hawaii.
"You can even just come in to have a rant - we don't mind to be any kind of support."
Credit card debts at the end of June were lower than in June last year, and growing financial literacy may help explain it.
They say they've tried and tried, but the family of magnate Hugh Green can't put aside their differences.
Conservative KiwiSaver funds ride the Brexit bumps better than aggressive funds.
South Korea's Asiana Airlines will have a weekly charter service to Christchurch over summer.
Law firm Kensington Swan organises tour of farm at centre of Overseas Investment Office review.
Lawyers say systemic failings mean the MPI is allowing excavated ancient timber- disguised as finished products - be exported.
OPINION: Employers are often being found to have taken too hard a line when it comes to employee drug-use.
First time skiers and snowboarders contribute to 20 per cent growth at skifield.
Receivers of Keystone Group put company's Australian Jamie's Italian franchise up for sale.
An accounts clerk stole nearly $2m by transferring funds to herself using Auckland International Airport's accounting system.