Independent reviewer to look into rebuild work and costs related to Christchurch's quake-damaged horizontal infrastructure.
The Massey Ferguson team following in the tracks of Kiwi adventurer Sir Edmund Hillary 56 years ago has made it to the South Pole.
Silver Fern Farms granted consent to discharge into Waimakariri river, after commissioners placed "little weight" on petition by thousands.
OPINION: Fonterra's advance monthly payments to its suppliers this spring went unusually close to breaching its end-of-year payout forecast.
A couple who have moved 9 times since the quakes should have been in their new home two months ago.
The former Kiwi Air owner pushing to get a new airline in the sky says he has all the money needed to get underway.
Agriculture, forestry and fishing bosses are big offenders when it comes to ripping off workers.
Fishing boat that owes nearly half a million dollars in fines in NZ is spotted in South America, Greenpeace says.
Small businesses with inadequate phone security are at risk of being targeted by hackers.
We look back on 2014 and ask: Is this as good as it gets?
You admire them from the road. Those handsome signs on the farm gate, beckoning you down the driveway.
Another Petone industrial property seen as a potential big box retail development site changes hands.
Estimated costs of SkyCity's controversial conference centre in Akld blow out by up to $128m.
Dick Smith Electronics has had a bumpy start selling new products on Trade Me.
A bit of Kiwi ingenuity is helping people keep track of their sunglasses.
The private hospital firm gains clearance to takeover listed company Acurity.
Chorus is playing down the chances of it pursuing telecommunications retailers through the courts
Rooting around for a pen and filling out a departure card is one of travel's minor irritations. But it may soon be farewelled.
McDonald's is on a mission to show its customers how sustainable the NZ beef that goes into its hamburgers really is.
Property investors say low interest rates and demand from foreign investors and migrants will keep the market strong.
Kiwi Air founder Ewan Wilson says he has all the money needed to get his new airline flying.
Spending is up as the hospitality and retail sectors continue to recover after the earthquakes.
Auckland Council approves a major apartment development in the North Shore suburb.
Kiwi farmers are uneasy about a $40,000 fine handed out to a farming couple for not wearing helmets while riding quad bikes.
This year saw the smallest annual net loss across the Tasman since 1994.
The online accounting firm scraps Stuart McLean's chief revenue officer role.
The biggest city fares well but job ads are flat in Canterbury and Wellington.
Public servant's gift implied colleagues thought his economic modelling work was animal poo.
A $180 million cloud hanging over telecommunications companies, including Spark, Vodafone and CallPlus,over copper network pricing has lifted slightly.
It's easy to focus on the things that have gone wrong and forget about the positives.
Aspiring Lochinver Station buyer Shanghai Pengxin does now not expect to hear if the Government will consent to the $88 million deal until February at the earliest.
Airline's past and present on show
A glimpse of the future complements the past at Te Papa's latest exhibition.
Reserve Bank did not need to lift interest rates this year and may not need to raise them again next year, as low inflation is balancing out growth.
Mediation talks between Lyttelton Port and union workers falter.
Owner of two defunct companies sells off another project, raising concerns assets are being removed.
Kirkcaldie & Stains managing director recognised that eight years at helm of Wgtn's flagship department store was long enough in retailing.
National transport firm Freightways has extended its policy of charging for an unsuccessful courier delivery.
Do not isolate yourself and cling on to hope.
Auckland financial software app maker expects Singaporean tech firm to make an offer in the new year.
Financial Markets Authority is monitoring potentially misleading advertising about British pension scheme funds.
Spark buys up half the sports-streaming business started by Coliseum Sports Media.
The tough-talking Russian President is wrestling a mounting economic crisis that will test his famed resilience.
A Northern Southland farmer who pursued two men he caught spotlighting onto his property said the spotlight was turned on him.
The Federal Reserve offered a strong signal that it was on track to raise interest rates sometime next year, altering a pledge to keep rates near zero for a "considerable time" in a show of confidence in the US economy.
Vodafone held talks with Hawaiki Cable about its new Pacific communications cable, CEO says.
Tony Mount's world came crashing down this week after he was jailed for ripping off clients. Stacey Knott investigates his downfall.
House, bus stop, cafe, mini icream factory - there are oceans of possibilities for these shipping containers.
All Black Dan Carter rings the bell to launch the retirement village operator on the sharemarket.
Can careers survive seriously cringe-worthy moments on the job?
Economy gets a boost for the third quarter, but growth for the year is not spectacular.
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