Middle East eyes luxury Kiwi goods

Maven has opened an office in Dubai.

One Wellington company is tapping into the Middle Eastern market to promote luxury New Zealand products and offer premium Kiwi services.

Kaynemaile meshing well with New York

The #WaveNewYork installation inside Times Square.

A Lower Hutt company took the best architectural product gong at an event in New York.

Curiosity shop's victims

Tree Children's Sara Raider declared bankruptcy owing hundreds of thousands of dollars.

It was open for less than a year, but the owner of a quirky Nelson trinket shop managed to run up debts of more than half a million dollars.

Broadway bounces back

An artist's impression of the Regent Arcade, after a proposed plan to liven up Broadway lighting to make it more ...

Customers spent a total of $9.1m at Broadway Ave businesses in the early months of 2017.

Kaikoura tradies overwhelmed

Harthews Electrical owner Kim Matthews is one of many tradespeople finding it difficult to keep up with work post-earthquake.

Kaikoura tradespeople are being overwhelmed as they come under increasing pressure to complete work after the November earthquake. 

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