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Connor Healthcare appeals Commission Commission decision declining clearance
Huge proposed changes to the tax system are welcomed by a business advocacy group but Labour says they are late and vague.
The top 25 per cent of farm workers can command much higher salaries than average earners in the sector.
Home building plans are disappointing for the third month in a row, despite a record migration boom adding to housing demand.
Treasury secretary Gabriel Makhlouf says foreign investment shouldn't be feared.
Kids bath time product range Pineapple Heads turns to crowdfunding to raise capital.
Groups opposing expansion of Auckland’s port say they aren’t popping the champagne yet, despite planned comprehensive study.
There's a lot of hype around using drones for commercial deliveries but they may have more important uses, Trade Me boss says.
This summer, the Employment Relations Authority confirmed an employer’s ability to dismiss an employee for failure to attend and complete an alcohol counselling course.
Trade Me recently revealed that in 2012 Inland Revenue requested information relating to nearly a million customers.
Waikato farmers are putting Fonterra on notice and eyeing up a move to its competitors after its latest disastrous pay announcement.
Govt moves to ban animal testing on "finished cosmetics products and ingredients" - even though there is no known example in NZ.
More than 100,000 people have joined Neighbourly less than an year after its launch in June.
McDonald's New Zealand is interested to see how an all day breakfast trial goes in San Diego.
Liquidators may pursue the lawyer that handled funds for the controversial Auckland development.
A survey by researchers CBRE shows that bricks and mortar shops are still popular with the young crowd.
Brewery building changes hands
The building where the Tuatara Brewing Company recently opened its new tasting room is understood to have been sold to for $1 million.
A Chinese ex-pat businesswoman is showing manufacturers the way, making electronic components for export to China.
Primary school children in remote and disadvantaged communities are getting a taste of robotics, 3-D printing and virtual reality from trainers touring the country in a high-tech bus.
The axing of direct flights from Christchurch to Tokyo is a 'major blow' that will cost the economy millions.
A businessman involved in several NZX listings has been accused of misusing a director's powers in trying to extract $6 million from a shareholder.
New Zealand may have lost on the field, but in business we are the "Sultans of the upswing" according to a bank survey.
The proportion of people with jobs working 50 or more hours a week fell to 20 per cent in 2013.
Winston Peters' victory in the Northland by-election could delay changes to the Resource Management Act by six months.
Snapper joins new mobile wallet app, Semble, which lets your smartphone act as a debit card.
The Auckland superannuation and insurance company has increased its stake to 45.6 per cent.
Police have taken too long finding the person responsible for threatening to contaminate infant formula with 1080 poison, says Labour's biosecurity spokesman.
House building consents fall in February
Managers of Trade Me founder's high country station have escaped prosecution over a smoky burnoff.
An 86-year-old woman has been called six times in two weeks by heat pump cleaning firms.
The airline is pulling its last remaining long haul flights from the mainland city.
Supermarkets still vigilant over threat to lace baby food with 1080 as blackmailer's deadline looms.
A foosball table, dart board and flat screen TV sit among a circle of desks and couches at Nelson's BlueBerry IT.
Wellington department store Kirkcaldie & Stains has appointed Philip Shewell.
Auckland's Masala has been ordered to pay $10,000 by the Employment Relations Authority.
Waimea Contract Carriers in administration owing $14m, with 120 jobs at risk in Nelson and Blenheim.
Everyone will be affected by an unprecedented overhaul of the tax system, Revenue Minister Todd McClay says.
Airways NZ applies for resource consent for 32-metre air traffic control tower with 12.5 degree lean.
Easter trading rules seen as 'a mess'
Blenheim store owners are frustrated that Easter trading laws will again see them miss out on one of Marlborough's most lucrative weekends.
Firefighters have isolated a hazardous ammonia spill at the Port of Timaru.
The last time the NZ currency was on par with the Australian dollar, Norman Kirk was Prime Minister.
Some Filipino migrants who paid thousands in fees to come to Christchurch are being left without jobs as rebuild firms go bust.
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A number of game-changing rainfalls over the past two weeks have brought much-needed drought relief for South Canterbury farmers.
Construction firms are "land-banking" the region's best gravel supply to block competitors, an industry representative on an Environment Canterbury panel says.
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Synlait Milk has posted a $6.4m net loss for the first six months to January 31.
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A significant number of Canterbury businesses are now taking a strategic view on how best to grow, according to an employer survey.
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