A fence that blocked a Wellington couple's dream harbour view has been torn down.
Beauty is a billion dollar business in New Zealand, and it's bred a new generation of entrepreneurs.
Tourists too scared to take to the wheel, or wanting a more relaxing holiday, are paying to be chauffeur-driven around NZ.
Wellingtonian ratepayers have their say on the proposed Movie Museum.
A Hastings initiative to encourage people into the city has been welcomed by most but is backfiring for one restaurant owner.
A survey of manufacturing in December showed an increase in domestic sales almost made up for a 10.76 per cent drop in export sales.
Former Red Cross HQ, now known as The Manor, boasts 10 bedrooms and five bathrooms.
Boss of Wellington's Backbencher pub wants new pricing law to protect hospitality industry.
Three investors in NZ's biggest ponzi scheme agree to return $446K in fictitious profits.
Shortage of commercial property lawyers to handle booming market.
Wellington's deputy mayor responds to criticism of financial support for new air service.
What a cool job. Packing Antarctic ice and sending it across the world.
Shop owners say changes to Hutt Rd will be generally welcome, but parking was likely to remain a problem.
Weta Workshop and Google to work together to take digital world beyond smartphones.
"Chemical tasting" Homebrand milk pulled from Countdown supermarkets.
AA claims motorists in Wellington and South Island are subsidising discounts elsewhere.
The who's who of Hollywood will be sipping Wellington-branded high tea at this year's Oscars.
Rental car companies expect vehicle hires to surpass 120,000 this month and visitors who haven't booked ahead could be in trouble.
The Port Nicholson Block Settlement Trust is planning a Papakainga housing development in Wainuiomata.
The Papua New Guinea government is yet to pay its $600,000 debt to Wellington company Evaluation Consult.
Weta Workshop staff are used to mingling with stars but a recent out of this world encounter has provided them with movie inspiration.
Property magnates the Chow brothers are one step closer to listing their $200 million portfolio.
Federation of Maori Authorities says it is "critical New Zealand take its place at the TPPA table".
An Auckland commercial real estate firm has been chosen to oversee and manage two upcoming projects in Wellington.
A 4139 square metre residential development site in Napier is on the market.
The man at the forefront of the refurbishment of the former post office in Lower Hutt is putting his money where his mouth is.
Juggling five children and running a successful business seems like child's play for one Hawke's Bay woman.
Figures out this week could help determine whether interest rates will be cut in March.
Karen Scott-Howman is returning to the New Zealand Bankers' Association to replace Kirk Hope as chief executive.
Available retail and office space in Auckland and Wellington falling.