Wellington City Council reveals plan to build 750 homes to avoid an Auckland-style housing crisis.
OPINION: Fresh-water targets designed to 'inoculate' National against key election threat
Car dealership 2 Cheap Cars pulls ad, after complaints it made kids swear.
Port Hills fires prompt insurers to temporarily stop writing policies for new business in some areas of Christchurch.
Dame Trelise Cooper's bold, colourful designs are no longer being sold on the ground in the US.
The business community has been chastised by city officials for failing to contribute to growth discussions.
Port of Tauranga still in expansion mode.
Christchurch's bus interchange could be a blue chip property investment but it seems unikley to happen
Shareholder lobby group says PM right to speak out amid "spiralling" executive pay.
He dipped into the social club fund 50 times and used a cheque to buy booze. Problem was, it wasn't for the social club.
A bank teller stole more than $4000, including $320 she stuffed down her blouse.
The Government wants 90 per cent of New Zealand's lakes and rivers to be swimmable by 2040.
Commerce Commission chairman says merger applications being treated on their individual merits.
Chemwash Hamilton Ltd released toxic chemicals into the Paeroa stormwater system, killing eels and banded kokopu.
The Warehouse makes deep cuts at head office level.
Sky TV has to 'focus on business again' after merger with Vodafone rejected.
It's crunch time for Westland Milk as it tries to restore financial fortunes with a sweeping restructure.
Alvin Cobb has been ordered by the Waikato Regional Council to stop collecting tyres.
The merger is dead, but Sky - with its sport stranglehold - isn't going the way of the dinosaurs yet.
Two Taranaki dairies have agreed not to sell kids sugary drinks on school mornings.
Just being accounting software is no longer good enough, MYOB's chief executive says.
The cost of accommodation in Auckland will go up, if city council plan goes ahead.
Self confessed "armed maniac" used a false name to peddle Manawatu property deal.
40 temporary units in Queenstown to accommodate retirement village builders have been proposed.
Tank manufacturer more than doubles workforce to get wine companies ready for harvest.
Fatal Australian theme park disaster and the closure that followed sees owners out tens of millions.
Three Auckland innovators are trying to unite the global football community through their start-up phone app.
Fonterra has kept its forecast payout to farmers at $6 per kilogram of milk solids.
Heavy competition has meant great ticket prices but this might be as good as it gets, warns Air NZ.
A boom in tourists and building made Queenstown Lakes the place to find a job last year.