Angus Taylor is forceful, experienced and bright - but that's no guarantee of success in politics.
After 10 years of barbecues and hot showers, researchers believe hydrogen energy has risen above the hype and into a commercial reality.
A Wellington company's "virtual goody bag" will be part of the actual goody bag at Australasia's largest technology expo in May this year.
To the madness of unsustainable corporate waste, a Wairarapa couple are quietly introducing a bit of method.
Under Mike Pohio's watch the Tainui have grown into one of the country's biggest tribes.
The Reserve Bank is likely to put interest rates firmly into neutral this week, with a "high hurdle" to cut rates and no need to flag a rate rise down the road, economists say.
21-year-old man got his arm stuck in a hay-making machine on a farm near Dipton.
More than eight per cent of the Wellington region's shop space is vacant.
Aaron Styles couldn't find fishing clothes he wanted to wear - so he designed his own.
A financial crisis brought money guru Jackie Gower out of her shell.
The reducing (flat) home loan is 'a rare beast'.
ASG looks after $1.9b put aside by Aussie and NZ parents for their kids' educations, and is branching out.
Business coach and director Zac de Silva shares his four-point plan to help put you ahead of the pack.
Back-country lambs coming off the Canterbury hills are striking a softer market as grazing material for finishing them runs into short supply from the dry spell.
Meyrick Hawkins is chuffed by the yields coming off the first feed wheat and grass seed crops of the harvest, even if the clover seed crop was a bit off the mark.
Deer farmers have struck a sickly euro that is taking the gloss off venison prices.
Consumer watchdogs want to make it harder for insurers to avoid paying out when customers fail to disclose information.
Aradio station manager who went on air with allegations of financial impropriety has won damages against the station.
Good help is hard to find
Tradesmen say young people are almost impossible to employ, with bad literacy, numeracy and work ethic high on the list of problems.
Connor Gerrard has no experience, but he won't let that get in the way of getting a job.
A purple-coloured plant producing two million seeds a year could cause strife to Canterbury farmers unless detected early.
Working with your loved ones can be brilliant but it can also be disastrous, if you don't set the ground rules.
AgResearch scientist Dr Phil Rolston has been awarded China's highest science award for his contribution to agriculture there.
A Taranaki dairy farmer is putting her experience of owning a herd infected with bovine tuberculosis (TB) to good use.
Get ready to BreakFree
Christchurch will get its biggest hotel yet when an office-building-turned-hotel reopens in April.
Christchurch's commercial rebuild is hitting its straps. But is a glut of top end city office space looming already?
A Banks Peninsula couple are about to let New Zealanders loose on guided tours of France's brocante second-hand markets.
The correlation between the cost of oil by-products and the carpet supply-chain isn't especially strong.
Lamb prices are sinking close to $5 a kg for farmers because of higher-than-normal slaughter rates.
NZ dollar fell below US75 cents for the first time in nearly three years after the European Central Bank announced quantitative easing.
TeamTalk shares drop nearly a third to $1.15 after the mobile radio company issues profit warning and revised its dividend payout.
Future of news anchors Eric Young and Charlotte Bellis is uncertain as MediaWorks takes over production of Prime News.
Frenchman Xavier Simonet will take the helm as the outdoor goods retailer battles headwinds in Australia.
The NZ dollar has made up some ground after falling below US75c for the first time in nearly three years.
Bank says five-year fixed rate of 5.89 per cent is a “special” rate.
Financial Markets Authority decides not to prosecute an online share trader for trading with themselves.
Spent it on alcohol, gambling and travel
Home detention for Christchurch office manager who ripped off his employers to the tune of more than $30,000.
Consumers are sticking with health insurers even when they'd rather switch because they fear losing cover for pre-existing conditions.
The world's biggest blueberry machinery company is right in Hamilton's back yard.
Mike Pohio will step down after eight years with Tainui Group Holdings, having helped add $500 million to its value.
3C, another bar operated by the owner of Molly Malone's, has closed.
ANZ doesn't advertise its service to NZ's "one percenters" but has had to turn away hopeful applicants.
If NZ wants to move its long tail of tech minnows to a group earning over $50m in annual sales, it needs to change tack.
Finance Minister Bill English repeats his belief in a return to surplus this year after a slight improvement to the Budget deficit.
Lamb prices drift down as farmers sell off higher stock numbers in dry conditions.
Troubled renewable energy firm will cut staff to try and keep the company afloat.
When will bus, ferry and train users get the good oil on cheaper fares?
Owner of Whitcoulls and Farmers upped its stake in the discount retailer because the shares were well priced.
If you describe yourself as "creative, passionate and driven" on LinkedIn, it may be time to rewrite your profile.
Cigarettes and hand-rolling tobacco will have to be sold in standardised packs in England starting in May next year.
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