Phoebe Coers wanted to be a mountain biker when she was little. Now she's an apprentice plumber.
Inner city living is about to drop in Hamilton.
OPINION: The Government's fund to help boost electric vehicle up-take is open for business.
OPINION: We are increasingly living in isolated communities, exposed to people and ideas, that are like our own.
NZ Post buildings hit the market.
US tax experts dish insight into the controversy of Donald Trump and his taxes.
Modest 3-bed home in Wellington's Island Bay sparks bidding war at auction.
H&M fans are expected to flock to the fashion chain's opening on Saturday.
The whole of South Australia was without power on Wednesday. What are the odds of a similar outage in NZ?
A flood of new airline services and carriers will keep fares at low levels over the next year.
After 26 year around Cuba St, weather and science instrument retailer shutting its doors.
Amie Murphy owns the best liquor store in the country - she also met her fiance the day after opening.
Liquidator to file a claim for $1.6 million on behalf of creditors.
Mark Taylor's had to do a lot of cleaning after filthy tenants waged war on his rental.
A heritage cafe will be turned into a "contemporary" wine restaurant near Queenstown.
So what has the Colin Craig defamation trial taught us about sexual harassment?
A High Court judge has been called on to settle the latest dispute over a troubled computer software investment.
Two of Southland's trucking industry giants are hoping to join forces, as HW Richardson prepares to take up a 50 per cent stake of Dynes Transport.
The stalled Eastern Access Road has added to traffic issues in Queenstown.
Black Cruises and the Hanmer Springs hot pools were winners at the tourism industry awards.
Cleaner Mele Peaua's community has been forgotten, and it's a social timebomb ticking.
Whangarei doctor who lost her job after she supplied controlled drugs to her partner was justifiably sacked, ERA says.
The Government has committed $6 million for research to help grape growers accurately predict yields.
Two Nelson businesses have won regional prizes in the Deloitte Fast 50.
Cleaners at a food court on Auckland's North Shore were forced to work without pay for 20 hours a week.
Twenty finalists in five categories for inaugural Ignite Wanaka business awards.
The Te Araroa Trail is proving a nice little earner for businesses along its 3000km length.
New Zealand buyers may have lost some of their "must buy now at all costs" mentality.
The 21 businesses in the running for Manawatu Business Awards are named.
Forget Burgundy, or those Central Otago pretenders, Marlborough is home to the best pinot noir in the world.
Over 100 challenges against the new Auckland Unitary Plan set to stall long-awaited developments.
More than a year after its controversial closure, Mapua's iconic icecream parlour is back on the wharf.
Town without a chippie welcomes new takeaway after seven months, or 31 Friday nights. Locals elated.
NZ real estate agents now often put properties on Chinese language property websites like Hougarden.com.
An eel exporter who fishes in South Canterbury waters may go out of business due to changes and cuts to quotas that come into force from 1 October.
As home buyers "mortgage themselves to the hilt", older Kiwis owe more on investment properties than their own homes.
Peer-to-peer lender makes it easier for ordinary people to profit by making personal loans.
The nest egg needed for a solid retirement income is less than many people think.
But buyers hoping to pick up this Tauranga property for a bargain may be disappointed.
After two years of high sale volumes, investment has slowed in the industrial market due to the lack of quality properties.
The new owners of Karori Mall have snapped it up for more than seven times what its former owners paid for it.
E-cig retailer Cosmic says ''Big Tobacco'' are selling a dangerous new kind of tobacco device.
Despite problems like a poorly educated workforce, we're one of the world's most competitive countries.
It was once the place for travellers to stop and get a bargain, but a bypass is making Otaki nervous as shops shut.
Auckland mayoral candidate Phil Goff shares ideas for transport, housing and other North Shore issues.
An increase in home values has led to spending on luxurious items.
Germany's biggest bank faces billions of dollars in fines, and there's no government plan to back it.
Napier council staff furious as boss gets 11 per cent rise, and they're offered just 1.7 per cent.
A roundup of rural and farming news, wrapped up in one place.
OPINION: Keep on top of your insurance obligations if you want to ensure your claims are paid.