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Taking hoki up a notch

Hoki fishing Sealord is seeking to turn the domestically unpopular hoki into an everyday alternative to salmon. Come aboard its trawler.

Haka's tourism strategy pays off

Haka Ryan Sanders is a driven entrepreneur who sought autonomy after a brush with the corporate world.

Businesses back BYOD

Ben Ridler Bring your own device policies are increasingly common in SMEs as a way to lift productivity and meet staffs' growing technology expectations.

Port takeover highlights confusion

Lyttelton Port Further work is needed on company valuations during takeovers, the New Zealand Shareholders Association says.

From combat missions to Internet connector.

cotter landscape STEVE Cotter is determined to help Kiwi innovators be as competitive as they can be on the global stage.

Becoming seismic-safe

Graham Nel's idea was sparked by Christchurch’s quakes.

Ready to energise

A lifetime of making great things

Listed villa for sale

Alison Paterson A heritage-listed Victorian villa in Greytown is for sale with a rateable value of more than $1m.

Eastern suburbs lead the way

Demand for home in Wellington's eastern suburbs remains high.

Winter cools house market

House of the week: Gisborne

House of the week: Eastbourne

Oh we do love to live beside the seaside, in the sunny Wellington village of Eastbourne.

Historic complex for sale

Karitane The old Karitane Hospital and nurses' home on the top of the ridge at Melrose is for sale again.

Bus depot set for strengthening

NZ Bus is looking to redevelop its Kilbirnie depot after an assessment found it earthquake-prone.

Let's get re-inventing

Quake-prone flats sold

Min Ed's big move

The Ministry of Education is set to move its head office into a refurbished Bowen St building next year.

Why the US loves red Ken

For almost 30 years Ken McDowall worked on Rotokawa Farm at Whanganui, managing the sheep flock and a beef herd for its owner.

Apple growers get the pip

I have a braeburn apple each morning with my breakfast. I love the tangy sharpness of its taste. It could be my Swedish and Anglo-Saxon genes, because I am not alone in this. Apple lovers in Northern Europe buy almost all of our braeburns.

The art of once-a-day milking

Farmers get red pens ready for drought-hit accounts

Farming: full of strategy

A Wairarapa farmer has spent more than 20 years showing Wellington bureaucrats that farmers aren't dimwits.

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