The first shipment of massive turbine pylon components for Meridian Energy's Mill Creek wind farm have arrived.
'Im-Able' system helping stroke victims
A Lower Hutt company's games system for stroke victims could soon become part of programmes worldwide.
The Reserve Bank may lift official interest rates as much as five times this year, according to a Westpac forecast.
A team of four Chinese authorities will soon be auditing some of New Zealand's biggest infant formula manufacturers.
More than a third of us believe the country is too reliant on the dairy industry.
The wheel of fortune keeps turning for a Wairarapa craftsman who has built a life, family and business around the humble rolling invention.
The gloves will be off at a marine consent hearing into Trans-Tasman Resources' (TTR) application to undertake an iron sand extraction project.
The claims for about 183 Canterbury customers of the failed Western Pacific Insurance are proceeding at a glacial place.
Home-owners can expect to pay more as the official cash rate is on the brink of rising for the first time in over three years.
Complications from last July's quake have delayed a refit of Reading Courtenay Central in Wellington.
Work has started on strengthening another Wellington landmark - the former Evening Post building in Willis St.
A large industrial property next to the Mitre 10 Mega in Petone is on the market.
Inland Revenue staff have returned to their refurbished and quake-strengthened IRD processing centre at Jepsen Grove, Wallaceville, after being rehoused in Lower Hutt since last year.
Kiwis are increasingly ordering their groceries online. Some wear dressing gowns. Others have children sitting on their laps.
OPINION: Great marketing can win the business, but its great customer service keeps the business coming back.
Fast-money lenders are often condemned as loan sharks, and with new financial regulation due they are again under scrutiny.
Fonterra's decision to destroy 130 tonnes of milk powder in Sri Lanka is positive for the reputation of the New Zealand dairy industry, Federated Farmers says.
NZ Shareholders' Association says The Warehouse Group failed to treat small shareholders fairly.
New Zealand dollar rides its Australian counterpart's coat-tails to push higher against the US dollar.
National house values rose 9.3 percent in past year, though Wellington prices are on a much slower track upwards.
Briscoe Group navigates treacherous retail market conditions to post record profit while competitors struggle to make headway.
The Warehouse customers are poised to lurch $200 million further into debt with the launch of the retail chain's financial arm next year.
Landcorp sticks to $35m profit forecast for full year, even though farms right through the North Island are drying off.
Summerset's Trentham retirement village will double in size to over 240 homes when its $50 million extension is completed.
Damage from last year's quakes cost CentrePort $12m - a big factor in it posting a six-month loss.
Wellington house prices are on a much slower track upwards than the national trend.
The Government is scotching claims that it has struck a deal to sell parts of Solid Energy to Indian buyers, but says parts of the troubled mining company will be offloaded.
Plans to offer a premium Warehouse Diners credit card, scheme card, hire purchases, and insurance.
OPINION: The NZ Power policy is now under stewardship of ex-party leader David Shearer, who has yet to demonstrate mastery beyond slogans that underpin the policy.
Building activity is anticipated to rise this year as construction in Canterbury and Auckland strengthens.
Wellington households facing power bill rises of up to 7 per cent from next month should be able to clearly see who is actually lifting the charges, according to Labour energy spokesman David Shearer.
A big consumer spend-up on food and drinks over Christmas helped Restaurant Brands boost fourth quarter sales by more than 6 per cent.
Rakon was disappointed "a situation outside the company's control" led to the firm being fined and censured by the NZX, company chairman Bryan Mogridge said.
Exporters to Russia are disappointed by news that free trade talks with that country have been put on the backburner.
An upgrade of Westpac Stadium is being investigated as plans progress for a stadium in Petone.
A former Labour energy minister has slammed the party's proposed power policy, saying it would mostly benefit the rich while damaging the renewable energy sector.
Global focus for WearableArt show
World of WearableArt nabs Weta general manager as it sets stage for international growth.
Prominent chef Martin Bosley owes $595,100 after putting his award-winning restaurant into liquidation.
Residents are continuing to fight plans for a $120 million retirement village in Petone.
:A future Labour government could impose a levy on internet providers to help pay for locally-created digital content.
New burger chain Carl's Jr is helped to boost Restaurant Brands' fourth-quarter sales by 6.4 per cent.
A locally-owned airline is "very likely" to begin operating out of Masterton soon.
More than 375 IRD workers have returned to a a refurbished and strengthened Upper Hutt site.
Power company Genesis, which is preparing for a partial float this month, has written to most of its customers warning of electricity price rises.
New car registrations continue to accelerate, after a fifth consecutive month of record-breaking sales in February.
Council-built stadiums need cash up front lest they be stiffed on the bill.
Scammers have sent out emails purporting to be from New Zealand Post in an effort to compromise computers.
New Zealand Festival is already on track to prove a bonanza for Wellington's economy - though not everyone is happy.
Govt is not making any promises as to when law changes might occur to help protect subcontractors.
Scammers are sending out fake emails purporting to be from NZ Post in an effort to compromise people's computers.
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