Creditors more than $1 million out of pocket after a farm went under because of a lack of investment from its owners.
Love him or hate him, Tower says its new lighthouse keeper has brought the insurer plenty of attention.
Online giant says there's nothing to 'mischievous' talk it may be about to buy a real-estate agency.
Australia is once again New Zealand’s top export market, knocking China off its previous perch.
Stamp dealer and auctioneer is in talks with banks after an interim loss and a $1.3m writedown.
Worker who suffered a punctured lung at a Dunedin meat rendering plant 'paid a high price'.
Pizzles, sinews, tendons, and tails are rising stars for the deer export industry.
Auckland business software firm profit of $3.4m slightly short of forecast, but better than previously warned.
Energy efficient light bulb maker loss improves despite disappointment in the US.
Orion embarking on $45m project to help restore Christchurch's electricity network to pre-quake strength.
Pensioner who lost $1m in life savings and wife's funeral fund to lawyer's scam says he is financially crippled.
A Chinese company is teaming up with developers to invest $100m in city apartments.
OPINION: As he hits the books in coming weeks, Labour's finance spokesman Grant Robertson will be building on thinking that's been percolating for months.
Chinese tourism to NZ is set to rocket ahead even faster, with many more than half a million visitors a year expected by 2020.
A bar hopes to soon have revellers on its roof, basking in the sun but it needs $30,000 to do so.
Tourism Holdings shares rose to six-year highs after it upgraded its full-year net profit forecast by about $1 million to $16m.
Dunedin wins cut-price broadband for three years in Gigatown competition.
Leading retailer Mary Devine's stint as chief executive of the property firm of rich-lister Philip Carter has been short.
Over 11,000 new land and building consents have been granted in the first year of the Auckland housing accord.
Orion Health's value after a strong debut would rank it at 20th on the NZX.
Low-equity bank loans hit year-high, but first-home buyers aren't finding it easier to secure a loan.
German discount retailer has dismissed speculation it would expand to New Zealand.
Aussie bank with the lowest number of women reporting to the CEO is the only one with a woman at the top.
Meet Deloitte's picks of the five firms to keep a close eye on from this year's Fast 50 list.
Just Water founder and majority owner defends his takeover bid for the water cooler company.
TUANZ chief says consumers should be free to buy broadband services from different companies without being “double billed”.
Investing in dairy farms could reduce payout risks to the dairy giant's farmers.
Campervan rental company picks a 44pc rise in annual profit despite 'indigestion' from recent purchases.
Man who claims he helped a man arrange the arson of his own company admits lying to police.
Banks are tightening up on letting people withdraw savings from term deposits early.
John Allen, NZ Post CEO before heading Mfat, is NZ Racing Board's new CEO.
Disgruntled customer files High Court application to liquidate troubled building company Williams & Co.
Worksafe will investigate accident which left postie in critical condition after van rolled over her.
Europe awards NZ's Pacific Edge a patent for its colorectal detection technology.
"Consummate liar" lawyer fleeced investors of millions in his 21-year "predatory" Ponzi scheme.
Airlines aren't expected to have trouble filling 42 flights a week between New Zealand and China by 2020.
Employers using redundancy as a quick fix for workplace problems risk costly lawsuits from former employees.
A group of popular Indian restaurants didn't provide employment records for 100 staff.
Waipa looks to encourage economic growth in the district by slashing fees for buildings.
An inflatable spa pool sold nationwide has been recalled as it may cause a fatal electric shock.
What to do if you get a question about babies during a job interview.
Jan Logan, whose jewellery is the choice of many A-list celebrities, is celebrating 25 years in business.
Construction costs are rising 7 per cent a year in Christchurch, the fastest rate in New Zealand.
Cayman Islands company with links to US investors buys a minority stake in the broadcaster.
West Coast dairy co-op lowers its farmer payout forecast by 40c to a range of $5 to $5.40 a kilogram of milksolids.
Salvation Army says more single men are going without power and hot water to make ends meet.
Accountant vowed to do "everything in his power" to carry on business partner's vision of listing group of merged retirement villages.
New Zealand needs to keep open mind on what could be achieved through wider trade agreement, says ambassador.
Council wants to hand over responsibility for major rebuild development projects to new commercial entity.
Two supermarkets have telephoned employees whose wages were docked, offering to reimburse them.
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