It may be Christmas, but it was business as usual for the shift workers at Fonterra's Te Rapa factory.
Dairy bulls show us what they're made of as LIC collects semen for export at its Manawatu centre.
When Bill Taylor was a boy, deer were wild animals that could only be admired from afar.
Meatworkers are being forced out of the industry because of insecure jobs, a union official says.
The perpetrator remains a mystery but colleagues of a former Canberra public servant say they regret the affair.
The amphibious vehicle maker was censured for not having enough independent directors.
Party says Waikato Regional Council bureaucrats who prosecuted Bas Nelis should seek employment in North Korea.
Kiwis have spent up large over the last two days before Christmas, resulting in record levels of EFTPOS sales across the country.
The US is putting distance between itself and struggling economies around the world.
Almost 10,000 Aucklanders have objected to this year's revaluation figures.
Police say the animals packed like "sardines" into a van they stopped this morning.
After 24 years as maintenance manager Garry McMurtrie has heard all types of tales; some true, some not.
Union says 510 workers are striking, bank says only 110 are taking action.
Visas will be fast-tracked for overseas workers coming to Queenstown ahead of a busy summer.
Major meat processor Silver Fern Farms has turned around two forgettable years.
Commerce Commission to look into competition implications of Spark, Vodafone and Telstra’s subsea cable.
Does Spark now have NZ's largest 4G network? They think they might, and want Vodafone to stop claiming otherwise.
Bank pays $3.2m to settle withCommerce Commission over allegations it missold interest rate swaps to farmers.
A young woman who has inherited her father's love of ayrshire cattle is now milking his herd as a sharemilker.
More integration of data by agricultural companies would benefit farmers, says a farmer-owned co-operative's automation specialist.
Frustration over a fine handed to a South Waikato farmer has spread through New Zealand.
Russia's rouble hit its highest levels in two weeks, shored up by informal capital control measures.
IRD has received about 23,000 anonymous tips since 2009 from people suspecting others of evading taxes.
KiwiRail has quietly laid off many of its most senior managers just before Christmas.
The blistering growth in online spending seen four years ago has slowed to just a stroll for domestic spending on the web.
The slump in dairy prices is flowing through to export figures with a vengeance.
More families are choosing holiday parks for a cheaper break this year.
Shoppers are opening their wallets wider than last year in the leadup to Christmas.
IAG has raised its Canterbury earthquakes bill by up to $1 billion, as it receives more over $100,000 cap claims.
PWC expects mortgage lending competition to heat up in the new year with the big five banks tipped to compete on longer-term fixed rate home loans.