Aluminium production will continue at Bluff's Tiwai Point smelter, meaning a huge sigh of relief for Southland.
More companies are giving consumers more opportunities to take control of their bills.
The Tiwai Point aluminium smelter owners will have to decide today whether to renew a Meridian Energy contract.
The remaking of TV show Thunderbirds has launched Wellington's Pukeko Pictures to the world.
It was standing room only as Kirkcaldie & Stains' shareholders voted to sell the brand and assign the store lease to David Jones.
House prices are not expected to stop rising, according to latest survey
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Children's TV production company Pukeko Pictures has appointed a new boss to oversee the growth of the Wellington company.
Central Queenstown has traded on its good looks long enough and is in danger of losing its appeal, a new business group believes.
Time editor Nancy Gibbs believes technology is the biggest story in this "golden age of journalism".
The three Dayal brothers have stuck together through a lot of changes in Wellington's Cuba St.
The Wellington man responsible for the single biggest individual fraud in NZ's history has been declared bankrupt.
Households save hundreds of dollars each year by switching power companies.
Wellington-based retirement village operator Summerset is on a spending spree in Auckland.
New immigration policy changes will benefit Wellington, say business leaders in the city.
Questions raised as Sir Ron Brierley continues to raise his stake in Kirkcaldies.
Strong bidding for a commercial and residential opportunity in Lyall Bay.
Conditions are conspiring to rachet up demand for Wellington and Auckland commercial property
A Hutt Valley company is firing on all cylinders, expanding its fire engine manufacturing business.
House prices are high in cities, but the costs after you buy are also through the roof.
Wellywood has welcomed government changes to screen grants, which will also see the New Zealand Film Commission take over the function of Film New Zealand.
A $13 million entertainment and retail is set to be built in Rotorua's Te Ngae Road.
Vistavision gave way to television as the decline of Wellington's great cinema age began in the 1960s.
The sale of 19 New Zealand supermarkets could be the first of a wave of retail properties with leaseback clauses
Hanmer Springs motor lodge has more corporate business potential
A bargain has hit the market, but any buyer will need some decent DIY skills.
July is set to be a record breaking month for Wellington airport.
Wellington craft breweries are impressing festivalgoers in the United States beer capital.
Reserve Bank's decision to cut its key interest rate will push up property prices, REINZ says.
Willis Bond & Co managing director Mark McGuinness looks back on his career as a property developer.