Aaron O'Neill didn't want to go to work, so he hatched an elaborate drunken plan to pull a sickie.
Early investors Sam Morgan and Craig Winkler also downsize holdings.
Prediction website iPredict is to be closed down, with the Government deciding it represents a money laundering risk.
Top public servants draw paycheques of over $600,000 a year, with the highest topping $800,000.
"Big is Good" was Mitre 10's catchphrase, but not when it came to farewelling its former frontman.
Moet celebrates stand out New Zealanders of 2015.
Hamilton City Council has called time on a proposal to introduce a one-way door plan for city pubs and bars.
Historic Auckland church divided up into apartments which are selling for some ungodly prices.
Union members from PowerNet and Otago Power threaten industrial action.
Southland building activity is up 30 per cent during the past year, according to regional reports.
Wellington is set to host a 'seven days of sevens' festival on the waterfront and civic square to reinvigorate the Wellington Sevens.
The current investigator would be able to cover up earlier mistakes and had a conflict of interest, he claimed.
Tax fraud to the tune of $1.184 million lands a New Plymouth couple behind bars.
Takeover means new name for well-known consumer finance company.
"You just can't get away with not having an authentic smell of pine needles on Christmas morning."
CentrePort chairman Warren Larsen says he is "very positive" about the prospect of a partial listing, but insists the idea has seen nothing more than casual discussion.
Craddock Farms' plan to build a giant caged chicken farm attracts opposition.
Retailer says Blenheim shops should open seven days a week.
A new trades academy with places for 40 high school students will open in Southland next year.
Harman Grubisa has rapidly made its mark in the New Zealand fashion scene and is set for global success.