Aucklanders feeling wealthier on the back of higher Council property valuations are being urged not to borrow more.
Mind Warriors is licensing its life-coaching courses to US distributor SMCOV for five years.
Fewer Kiwis are heading to Australia as the job market there becomes tougher.
Dunedin web software company gets backing from big name investors and a major US partner.
The strong construction sector is seen boosting annual profit by up to 10 per cent in 2015.
Hopes rise Kiwis may soon be able to buy the furniture chains' products online from Australia.
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Auckland's historic St James Theatre will be restored and 39-level residential tower built next door.
WorkSafe won't lay charges despite finding flaws in EQC and Fletcher EQR's asbestos handling.
Shares in the Wellington-based IT services firm jump on news it has been bought by ASX-listed Empired.
By the time Lionel Hall hit retirement he had little choice but to go on but the pension.
The health software firm plans a trans-Tasman listing to raise between $120-$150 million for expansion.
Kirkcaldie & Stains posts $6.5m loss for year after write-downs and sale of Harbour City Centre.
House buyers and renters may have to dig deeper in the wake of the city's property revaluations.
A good spell of rain is needed in the Waikato to help refill water tables on drystock farms that dried up during the droughts.
The Franklin zoo where a keeper was crushed to death by an elephant may house animals again.
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A surge in construction work is behind the 20 per cent lift in Auckland jobs on Seek.
Business groups says China will have rockier-than-expected shift from fast growth due to exports, factories and real estate, to slower but steadier economy backed by increased consumer spending.
Meatworkers' union comes out in support of possible plant closures, even if that means some of its members lose jobs.