Hitting $3 million turnover signalled it was time for a Hamilton business to change.
Planning is already well underway for next year's Fieldays, as the team celebrates the success of the most recent event.
I decided I'd try to change. I set out to do things differently over the course of a week.
Crushed feet and limbs are contributing to a spike in workplace injuries in the post-earthquake rebuild.
Waikato University has been given the go-ahead for a multimillion-dollar campus in Tauranga.
An anti-seabed mining group is fighting a firm's appeal against its rejected mining application.
A planned extension of Wellington Airport's runway is virtually assured of going into Lyall Bay.
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Less than two years after opening the doors, Dale Mooney can claim ownership of the best business in town.
You'll know Wilderland as the hippy commune over in the Coromandel.
Kiwi businessman Greg Foran is a long way from his beginnings as a night-fill assistant - he's in line for a pay packet worth millions.
Economic activity in the South Island is settling into a more manageable 4.2 per cent trend growth three years after the February earthquake.
Credit unions are "delighted" by incoming law changes that will reduce their costs, increase flexibility, and help them compete with the big banks.
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Armed robbers are targeting small retailers as larger business beef up their security systems.
Apple and logistics firm's shares end their first day on the NZX 2c below their issue price.
NZ can claim another victory over Australians - British wine drinkers prefer our vino to theirs.
Alliance boss says a personal milestone and the brighter outlook for red meat make now a good time to move on.
Woman with "Robin Hood" attitude who stole more than $4m is jailed for more than four years.
A man who fell from a cherry picker today is in critical condition.
Prime office space at the heart of NZ's biggest city could be compared to the size of a football field.
Sentiment among businesses is still falling from "extreme levels of optimism" early this year, survey shows.
Auckland International Airport completes the refinancing of its $454 million capital return to shareholders.
McDonald's cuts chicken nuggets from its Hong Kong outlets as a result of the food safety scandal in China.
Electronic bus-information company says good progress on US contracts helped boost pre-tax profit.
ASB has joined ANZ in passing on the latest official interest rate increase in full, with others likely to follow.
Greg Foran, once a shelf-stacker, is the new US boss of Walmart, the world's largest retailer.
Pig farmers install laser buzzers and alarm systems to keep trespassing activists out.
Christchurch MP Nicky Wagner will not get the $340k she says an Auckland businessman owes her.
Certified-organic Plantae wants tighter rules over green claims - some misleading or downright false.
Residents are gearing up for battle over a giant $17 million supermarket in Porirua.
Suzhou isn't even the biggest city in Jiangsu province, yet it's joining a rush for the sky.
Waikato University has been given the go-ahead for a multimillion dollar campus in Tauranga.
Man pleads guilty to his part in an advertising-invoice scam alleged to have cost its victims over $1 million.
Banks cut Chorus extra slack in return for a promise that it won't pay shareholders any dividends until at least next June.
Stuck with her student job four years after graduating, Beatriz Biota still can't move out of her parents' home.
Scales Corp lists on the NZX today, Xero shares are up $1 and a terrorist group is making trains run on time.
Agricultural scientist enjoys taking his profession to the extremes.
Australian tycoon Dick Smith has lent his name to a Kiwi aviation campaign encouraging farmers to eliminate wires.
Be prepared for an unwelcome visitor: it never knocks, has six skinny legs and stinks.
As new regulations on the management of freshwater in NZ take hold, changes to farming are inevitable.
Canpac's remaining 220 staff could be on borrowed time, after Fonterra refused to offer assurances.
Former SCF chief executive Lachie McLeod asked that a $15m loan to his family trust not be linked to his name in a company prospectus.
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A major Southland company has been served an abatement notice following complaints to the Invercargill City Council.
Petrol prices could hit an all-time high if the New Zealand dollar continues its tumble, motorists have been warned.
The Reserve Bank is putting its interest rate shotgun away, probably till the end of the year.
Experts are warning homeowners with major mortgage debts could "come unstuck".
When Neville Wellbourn became a Kirkcaldie & Stains doorman, he didn't realise he would also become an unofficial guide to the city.
Listed brewer seeks new capital from shareholders to fund further growth.
After months spent well below the Reserve Bank's "speed limits", banks' low deposit lending is recovering.
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