Capital to feast on Lions video

Lions fans Declan Hourihan and Doug White enjoy a drink at Wellington's Arizona Bar after the second test against the ...

Next year's rugby tour could be worth $28 million to Wellington, in just one week.

BOP tops economic scorecard

Bay of Plenty's housing and construction market has helped it secure its status as top performing region, ASB chief ...

Bay of Plenty's housing and construction market has helped it secure its status as top performing region.

Taking on the ticketing industry

Area360’s Ticketure will enable organisations to sell tickets on their own website, which will reduce fees for consumers.

A Wellington software development company wants to turn the ticketing industry on its head.

Tourist boom needs 4500 more hotel beds

Research shows most guests prefer hotels that are 4 star and above, and we need a lot more of them.

A report on the hotel market suggests the major tourist centres need an extra 26 hotels over the next decade.

Porirua factory hopes for better future

Chorus boss Mark Ratcliffe was one of the guests of honour when Ericsson first opened its Porirua factory in 2013.

Swedish specialist cabling firm takes on factory's 19 remaining staff.

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Residential Property

$1.25m fine for price-fixing

Max and Jocelyn Vertongen of Unique Realty

Real estate agency admits its part in a price-fixing action against Trade Me.

Estate agent licensing 'too hard'

Call for changes after revelation that unlicensed agent sold P-contaminated house.

Plan for 'Better Te Aro'

P house agent unlicensed

commercial property

Casualty of a $30m legacy video

Waywood Furniture owner Rick White believes he is being bullied out of his workshop after the death of former judge Ian ...

He's paid the same rent for 31 years. Now his benefactor's died and he's being "bullied out".

Serepisos firm owes $38m

One of Terry Serepisos' former companies has been wound up, leaving debts of $38 million.

Despite selling all of its assets, Terry Serepisos' Century City Ventures is wound up with a big shortfall.

$1.25m fine for price-fixing

Max and Jocelyn Vertongen of Unique Realty

Real estate agency admits its part in a price-fixing action against Trade Me.

Ex-Fonterra warehouse for the taking

The Hawke's Bay warehouse sits on a 2.69 hectares of land.

One of New Zealand's largest listed companies is selling its Hawke's Bay warehouse.

Call for heritage building cull

A number of buildings in Cuba St in Wellington are heritage-listed.

Making quake-prone older buildings safe can be ruinous for owners so the numbers should be cut, report says.

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