Almost one in five Kiwis feel we are attracting too many overseas visitors.
Porirua's buildings came off pretty much unscathed in the recent earthquake.
A truck stop owner has designed an ablution block with a payment app for freedom campers.
Customers are seriously falling out of love with the mall - is there any way to lure them back?
Mary Potter boss says it has "gone out of its way" to gain Newtown residents' support.
Petone resthome residents need new home.
People will soon be enjoying a meal where Wellington papers once rolled off the presses.
Some retailers in the cordoned-off area of Queensgate Shopping Centre have no idea how long it will be until they can return and are still having to pay rent.
Free Trade Me listings for businesses looking for new offices following 7.8 magnitude quake.
Hotel, brewery and hundreds of new homes hinted at in new plans.
Investigation finds paying of workers with beds, food and Wi-Fi is rife in NZ, particularly in accommodation industry.
Peter Jackson's Miramar movie empire expands with garden centre deal.
Council can now force Wellington landlords to have buildings assessed and share the results.
Capital record store put out plea for secondhand vinyl in an effort to stay afloat.
Housing bubble? What housing bubble? Public concern low, says poll.
Large-scale game of musical chairs is underway in Wellington with 16 buildings closed and 50 tenants affected by quake.
More than 100 volunteers pitch in to get abandoned tourists' vehicles out of quake-hit town.
Ferry operator Strait Shipping and Freight Lines - both founded by transport industry legend Jim Barker - have been sold.
They nurtured our most beloved bands - now they're office blocks and restaurants.
Al Brown's signature bagels take to the skies, with a new shop opening at Wellington Airport.
With John Key stepping down, just 30 people could determine New Zealand's next Prime Minister.
Do your Christmas shopping in Lower Hutt.
Lower Hutt parking building could re-open before Christmas.
Apple wades into self-driving car debate as it declares it is excited about the potential for automated transportation.
A collection of 30 classic cars owned by Wellington businessman Roy Savage fetch $1.5m at auction.
Queensgate's quake-hit parts could go as soon as Sunday, as Lower Hutt's mayor begs shoppers not to walk away.
Wellington's property market was once in the stratosphere, but is it still in orbit?
How to get a bite of a prominent Wellington service station.
A big purchase falls through but post-quake opportunities are expected in the capital.
Conservation department moves staff out of celebrated Wellington CBD office while quake assessment is done.