The "most sophisticated retail property ever built in the Wairarapa" is up for grabs.
Rodney Verhoeven, of Hawkins, took out the top award for his work on the Walter Nash Centre.
Martin Jetpack has switched senior executives, laid off staff, and farewelled two directors
Crown claims Sir Ngatata Love was seeking enrichment. His defence says others took advantage of his trust.
Postal service reports a $141m profit and parcel growth, but posties are delivering fewer letters.
The construction of Lower Hutt's apartment hotel has been delayed.
SLI remains confident after making sweeping management changes
Sir Ngatata's corruption case wraps up with claims his partner's company was set up to gain multi-million dollar payment.
The Scales apple harvest hit a record but earnings were relatively steady
Christchurch-based Ebos has become a major player in the Australasian health products business
What happens when an age-old tradition dies in an old-age town?
Meridian Energy sells more power at higher prices in New Zealand and Australia.
Palmerston North landlords have raised concerns over the impact of incoming property investor lending regulations, that have been adopted by banks.
Real estate agents say buyers are jumping at the chance to nab higher-priced properties.
Maori leader says it was "not acceptable" that partner was claiming to be acting on his behalf in negotiations.
Wellington Mayor Celia Wade-Brown confirms hospice's controversial building plans sit within Newtown's Special Housing Area (SHA), despite political questions.
"They are top-of-the-line appliances and we expect them to be right," says fire boss.
Action by the Commerce Commission has led to borrowers being refunded $1.5 million from two finance companies.
CentrePort pays owners Greater Wellington Regional Council and Horizons Regional Council $6.8m in dividends.
Company linked to man tied up in ACC bribery scandal runs into multi-million dollar trouble.
Maori leader said he had no memory of an account in his name used for a deposit on a beachfront property.
Complex aimed at securing Mary Potter Hospice's financial future worries Newtown locals.
Island Bay meeting backs $30m Erskine College redevelopment.
Former accountant David Rowley is due to be freed after serving about half his eight-year jail sentence.
An apartment block is planned for Oxford St in Lower Hutt.
Wellington's commercial property market has had a strong first half of the year.
Maori leader says there is no link between awarding of lease on trust land and beachfront home he jointly purchased months earlier.
Sir Peter Jackson takes his "dream company" to another level.
Health and safety experts say over reliance on hi-vis clothing may be dangerous.
Valueable lesson for HVHS students.