Business

Warehouse plans ambitious profit

Torpedo7 The Warehouse Group has unveiled ambitious goals to drive its newly expanded portfolio of companies to rival the profits of its core red shed stores.

Beware of 'paper wealth'

LVR, interest rate, mortgage, money Aucklanders feeling wealthier on the back of higher Council property valuations are being urged not to borrow more.

Big deal for Auckland firm

mind warriors strap Mind Warriors is licensing its life-coaching courses to US distributor SMCOV for five years.

Immigration hits new high

Suitcase-Strap Fewer Kiwis are heading to Australia as the job market there becomes tougher.

Looking for leaders

These guys are out to find top people.

A close look at what we get rid of.

Jacqui Horswell knows just what goes into waste.

From combat missions to Internet connector.

Becoming seismic-safe

House of the week: Eastbourne

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

Listed villa for sale

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

Eastern suburbs lead the way

Winter cools house market

Hutt house prices up

The Hutt Valley continues to outshine the rest of the Wellington region, with its median house prices continuing to rise.

Petone flats set for demolition

Petone flats Six run-down Housing New Zealand blocks of flats in Jackson St, Petone, are to be demolished.

$4m upgrade for HNZ flats

Housing New Zealand spending more than $4 million strengthening and refurbishing Centennial flats.

Pub for sale, linked to Ned Kelly

Homes for Te Aro Pa descendents

Kirks posts $6.5m loss

Kirkcaldie & Stains posts $6.5m loss for year after write-downs and sale of Harbour City Centre.

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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