Council hopes to reach deal with NZSO and School of Music to restart strengthening works.
NZ company targets high fliers with a carpet that doesn't lose its oomph.
One of the founders of Logan Brown is expanding his bagel business into the capital.
Tourism industry leaders are worried that lack of funding will continue to severely handicap the Department of Conservation.
Michael Reddell expected thanks for revealing a Reserve Bank leak. Instead, he was privately slammed him as "reckless"
Wellington beer maker Panhead has been snapped up by a global brewing giant.
150 icons from piupiu, to hangi, poi to taiaha are represented in a distinctly Kiwi keyboard.
Commercial property investment has surpassed pre-GFC levels, new research shows.
Aglionby House - an industrial building, with dynamic angles - wins gold at national property awards show.
Wellington business leaders are not in awe of the bland Budget, but it will help businesses grow.
OPINION: Government's $2.1 billion infrastructure plan to help park your car and go to the loo.
It's time for Strawberry Fare to say "Tira-miss-you" to its loyal customer-base.
Christchurch manufacturers say a big increase in trade waste charges could drive some businesses offshore.
Weta Workshop is expanding its line of miniature models after demand from collectors to create scenes.
Technology Valley to foster the Hutt Valley's science, manufacturing and research sectors.
Money's drying up for owners to repair leaky homes, despite warnings the problem's far from over.
Wellington's already bracing for the Barmy Army to arrive with dry throats, empty tummies and open wallets.
Bay of Plenty's housing and construction market has helped it secure its status as top performing region.
A Wellington software development company wants to turn the ticketing industry on its head.
Our main tourist centres will be short thousands of rooms in 10 years if more hotels aren't built.
Swedish specialist cabling firm takes on factory's 19 remaining staff.
Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch have been pegged for an over supply in office space.
Ratepayer-backed insurer wants to hike directors' fees by 15 per cent, even though it can't write new business.
He's paid the same rent for 31 years. Now his benefactor's died and he's being "bullied out".
Liquidators will not take action against Lower Hutt bars after investigating if they were trading while insolvent.
"One day - I think we were in the pub - we asked ourselves 'what would it take to get us to go jogging more?"
Former retail icon says it is worth about 49c a share more than Sir Ron Brierley is offering.
Despite selling all of its assets, Terry Serepisos' Century City Ventures is wound up with a big shortfall.
A Wellington digital health company is making information more accessible for bladder cancer patients, while creating a forum for patients and family members.
Camera happy Chinese tourists are a social media bonanza for savvy NZ tourism operators.