GDP numbers are due this morning, detailing economic growth in the three months to June 30.
Drunken, bed-wetting fishing crews are unwelcome at South Canterbury motels.
Undermining efforts to clean up Waikato River
Dairy conversions are undermining attempts to clean up the Waikato River, says The Green Party.
A farming family has discovered the value of a signed contract over a handshake.
Retailers are warned they can no longer use fine print to hide information or mislead people.
Property expert Mal James provides advice on a three-point-plan that will help you find the perfect new home.
Canterbury's two top businesses hail from the dairy and tourism industries.
Pyne Gould Corporation has announced it will make an offer to lift its holding in an infrastructure fund to 49 per cent to secure control.
Investors looking for a safe-haven from Labour's proposed capital gains tax would flood into KiwiSaver and away from the sharemarket, experts say.
Tait Communications says its Latin American revenues will grow significantly with purchase of SGM Telecomunicacoes.
After turning in a bumper profit, Contact Energy's Dennis Barnes appears to be the top paid power company chief exec again.
An argument over white overalls with the Meatworks Union has cost an Invercargill meat company.
Owners of Canterbury station say they were about to sign new deal with local tour operator. l Job losses 'red herring'
Fairfax Media declines to comment on speculation it had been "named" as a possible buyer of APN's NZ assets.
A survey from the world's most senior bank confirms NZ houses are close to being the globe's most unaffordable.
Inspection in the Tasman Sea sees two South Korean-flagged fishing vessels ordered back to port over pollution issues.
Planned takeover of car auction business will raise Dorchester's annual pre-tax profit by up to $10m within two years.
Media moguls will be able to bid for millions of dollars worth of radio spectrum on popular online site.
PM says Flock Hill's overseas owners must create value for NZ and loss of 16 jobs a 'red herring'.
Auckland's wait for speedy public travel continues as council comes to grips with northwestern busway project.
Kiwi online shoppers and holidaymakers will be the likely winners if Scotland votes for independence.
French food giant has big plans for its NZ infant formula products after buying two Kiwi companies.
RICHARD MEADOWS - StuffInvestors seeking a haven from Labour's proposed capital gains tax would flood out of NZX and into KiwiSaver, experts say.
A phony NZ bank was set up in the US to help steal millions of dollars from developers.
Vendors didn't follow advice over the sale of an Auckland mansion which fell through two years later, real estate agent says.
State-owned air traffic controller will train 200 Chinese air traffic control staff.
A protester had to be helped down from a Dunedin pig farm by the farmer himself this morning.
Tyre service worker sacked for stealing fridge didn't do it - though he probably knew about it.
Nelson woman Loren Heaphy's stand against cyber bullying has seen her named as finalist in the Women of Influence competition.
The NZX-listed company has announced two new directors and the departure of a long-serving board member.
Polling suggests National will be re-elected on Saturday, but markets are not 100 per cent sure, an economist says.
Plunging dairy exports push the current account deficit to a shortfall of $2 billion in the June quarter.
Dairy prices have stabilised but not enough to stop Fonterra cutting its milk price forecast, economists say.
Yachts arriving in Northland from overseas will face greater biosecurity scrutiny to keep out a devastating pest.
AA says fuel companies should drop diesel prices by 2 cents, but petrol prices are about right.
The Canadian firm is abandoning Waitangi Valley-1 citing safety after striking "extreme drilling conditions".
Stock markets around the world rose on rumours the US Federal Reserve would stick to interest rate guidance.
New Zealand is too reliant on dairy booms and our economy needs other sectors to thrive, Labour leader David Cunliffe says.
90-year old Jack Fannon's old-fashioned values extend to his business - there are no computers and stock is counted manually.
The popularity of KFC's Double Down and its Hot 'n Spicy menu has fattened Restaurant Brands' sales.
Most US households saw no increase in their income last year, despite the recession ending five years ago.
David Parker, on a visit to Palmerston North, says NZ needs conditions to foster companies like Obo.
Long-serving New Zealand Manufacturers and Exporters Association chief executive John Walley will step aside amid other changes at export lobby group.
A woolly Aussie heavyweight claims to have toppled Kiwi sheep Shrek's decade-old 27kg record.
If you're starting a business, think twice about spending on bells and whistles.
Construction materials supplier Steel & Tube warns shareholders about a potential below-market offer.
Alistair Sowman writes to election candidates to ask for their help with changes to Easter trading laws.
Fonterra will be closely watched after a GlobalDairyTrade auction that saw prices halt their recent slide, at least for now.
Ex-owner of Carlucciland, an eccentric museum, mini-golf and paintball venue, is declared bankrupt.
Canterbury farmers may be forced to pay the bulk of a $40 million a year irrigation tax.
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