The sheep industry's standout performers have been named at the Beef + Lamb NZ Sheep Industry Awards in Invercargill.
Naked Bus company passengers were beset by delays after a vehicle broke down at Waitomo.
Maritime Union calls for inquiry, after port worker sustained critical injuries in a crane crash at Port Otago.
Jetstar head says interaction with Palmerston North business people 'fantastic'
A remote Canterbury paddock could launch New Zealand into the space race.
Legislation giving ministers sweeping powers to sell off state houses has been tabled in Parliament.
Briscoe Group has asked for an exemption from the NZX's Takeovers Panel so it can legally offer to buy shares in Kathmandu from shareholders outside Australasia.
Fonterra staff across the country have been called into meetings in which they were informed of a proposal to cut "hundreds" of jobs.
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Importer says he'll "shake up the industry" with parallel importing of cars - saving consumers up to $10,000.
New Zealanders are okay with their Facebook being monitored if it catches terrorists - but hate targeted ads.
NZ the next place for "transformative ideas and high impact projects".
Ocean temperatures could mean a repeat of the infamous summer of 1997-98.
The Kiwi dollar is falling with "no end in sight," says one currency analyst says.
Two Christchurch dairies have the country's most sought-after chocolate milk in their fridges, but it could pose a health risk.
Xero managing director Victoria Crone gives students a chance to Shadow a Leader for a day.
People have been selling deadly chemicals in fruit juice and soft drink bottles on Trade Me, despite the fact the practice is illegal.
Mine worker fired for undermining a strict drug test regime fails in legal challenge bid.
A total of 191 sheep and one heifer died during a controversial trip to Mexico.
A SFO investigation into the Far North District Council finds failures to follow internal processes, but no criminal activity.
Thousands of Greeks are worried about the prospect of crashing out of Europe's currency union.
There is a jobs bonanza in Hawke's Bay from better times for the pipfruit and tourism sectors.
Meridian gives Tiwai smelter owners an extra month to decide about its power contract.
Crowdfunding organiser trying to raise $2.6 billion for Greece says it's not a joke.
Only eight regions saw asking prices increase, but they were so significant they lifted the national average.
The competition watchdog has received Z's application for the $785m mega-deal.
With Greece in default on its $2.6 billion IMF loan, what happens next?
Last-minute appeals to creditors and a promise to scap a referendum not enough to save Greece.
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Some of our Women of Influence alumni on what being a Woman of Influence means to them.