Contact Energy shares have come out of a trading halt after former cornerstone shareholder Origin Energy sold out at $4.65 a share, a 35c discount to the market price on Wednesday.
Another fall on Fonterra's GlobalDairyTrade prompts call to temporarily suspend the auction process.
What does an engineer look like? Less and less it's white, male and vitamin-D deficient.
Xero chief operating officer Ross Jenkins will leave the company by the end of the year to retire.
Farmers warned to be careful about how much they pay their children for farm work.
Treasury officials repeatedly expressed doubts about a controversial $4m cash payment to a Saudi businessman.
With $4 billion of interest-bearing credit card debt, it's time many of us learnt responsible credit card use.
Property sales in the city are still strong but prices are stalling, real estate agency says.
Homeowners are still unsure they're properly covered, two years after sum insured was introduced.
Strategic review prompts two long-serving executives to leave the company.
The kiwi falls sharply against the Aussie dollar in a double interest rate and dairy price whammy.
Unemployment is up slightly to 5.9 per cent, and wages are still growing slowly.
Both Greece and its lenders say they're optimistic they can broker a deal within days on a multi-billion euro bailout.
A digger has fallen off a truck and gone into the side of a house in south Auckland.
NZ Winegrowers apologise for remark made by CEO Phillip Gregan at an organic wine conference in Blenheim.
Overseas Investment Office taking court action against Australian and NZ-owned companies over Taranaki land deal.
Two farming syndicates linked to deceased businessman Allan Hubbard have been penalised.
With the right light and at the right time, Mackenzie is magic, says landscape photographer George Empson.
Workers at AFFCO's eight North Island meat processing plants will go on strike for two days next week in protest over their "third world conditions" said national union secretary Graham Cooke.
A New Plymouth tax fraud case allegedly involving more than $1 million has reached its conclusion in court.
The multi million-dollar Tasmanian farms have paid out a maiden dividend.
Sale of a major stake in Hamilton shopping centre is set to help iwi get confiscated land back.
About 14,000 Canterbury construction jobs could disappear in the next few years, Westpac warns.
Documents fail to prove whether NZ faced any threat of legal action over its dealings with a Saudi businessman.
The New Zealand dollar should fall another 10 per cent to around the US60c mark and official interest rates eventually come down to just 1.5 per cent, according to BERL.
Dave Henderson's tax compliance is an "abject failure", a court has heard.
Wellington's Museum Art Hotel is in good hands, says its new owner, who plans to stay focused on art.
Farmer offends for 11 years before being fined tens of thousands of dollars.
Government releases more than 900 pages of documents around the controversial Saudi sheep deal.
Fire Service says its volunteers rely on the paging network, which Spark wants to close in 2017.