We've broken the country into 751 suburbs - how big is the house price bubble where you live?
OPINION: Has New Zealand's housing market already passed the point of no return? How would we even be able to tell?
Is Ivanka Trump's made-in-China fashion range undermining her father's political credibility?
A well-known cruise liner has admitted polluting the ocean with waste and then trying to cover it up.
OPINION: Moving IT into the cloud appears to have helped organisations keep their networks online after last month's 7.8 quake.
Lewis Road businessmen in court over shareholding agreement.
Construction is set to begin on Tainui's new five star hotel at Auckland Airport.
Wellington's property market was once in the stratosphere, but is it still in orbit?
Nelson and Tasman's booming economies move up the regional growth rankings and house prices stay strong.
Road cones, fences and closed exits greet those brave enough to drive central Christchurch.
How to get a bite of a prominent Wellington service station.
Auction rooms in Hamilton were jam-packed, now they are starting to empty as the property market settles.
But where they were once shed in sorrow at another home purchase lost, there are now more tears of joy.
If a bubble is bursting in Auckland's housing market, there's not much evidence of it in this city auction room.
A typical Queenstown house now sells for over $1m, so what's it like in an auction room there?
Mark Forbes, editor-in-chief of The Age, has been stood down pending the outcome of an investigation.
A big purchase falls through but post-quake opportunities are expected in the capital.
The almost non-stop road works, and persistent alterations are driving away customers and hurting businesses. This is Christchurch's CBD almost six years after the February quake.
Frustrated Kaikoura dairy farmers get the news they've been waiting three weeks for - their milk will be collected.
Papali'i Lagolago did her best with a very difficult client, High Court judge says.
Harmoney guilty of misleading consumers over pre-approved personal loans.
The closure of BNZ's Newtown branch is causing a stir in the suburb with residents irked at the lack of information they received from the bank.
Lifestyle Meats in Hamilton has had to shut down during the busiest time of year after the butchery caught fire on Thursday.
Couple buys historic cottage for nearly double the RV without ever setting foot on the property.
The resurrection of Lower Hutt's Buzz Cafe brings reprieve to a quake-affected community grappling with a damaged mall.
Bed and border levies are proposed to help pay for toilets, car parks and other tourist facilities
One building achieves region's ''best ever yield'' as northern investors look south.
Up to '1000 trucks a day' on alternative Picton-Christchurch route during busiest freight month of the year
The alternative route between Picton-Christchurch, which has already claimed one life, will be crowded with freight.
A new Wellington business is establishing itself on the principle of providing work experience to marketing students.
Contactless payments could get boost from international edict.
As Wellington and Picton assess post-quake capacities, Port Nelson steps up to bear load of increased shipping requirements.
Dapper fellow, 90, denied service at his bank of 30 years because he refused to take off his tweed cap.
There's going to be more than 30,000 passengers in the international terminal every day.
"I'd like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn." But why?
Most Tasman district shops will remain closed on Easter Sunday next year.
Four years ago, Taku Ekanayake was living at home. Now at 28, the Sydneysider owns six properties.
Nighthawk, Falcon, Phoenix and Banshee are just some of the chairs Tracy Kirkley is now selling to gamers.
The nation's lamb flock is dwindling, but they still account for a hefty $2.5b in exports a year.
Tax department faces calls to open up about multinational tax avoidance.
Maori Party accused of naivety after backing reforms which could stop councils declaring themselves GE-free.
Shares slide as the man who helped transform brand announces he will focus on innovation.
It may not feel like it, but Kiwis are earning more. We're also spending more on keeping a roof over our heads.
People still want man-made fun: Mayor welcomes Chinese entertainment company's big plans.
Think you're too smart to be a victim of fraud? Think again.
It's like New Zealand's own Christmas: Beers, stubbies and commercialism to welcome in summer.
An employee unpaid for 10 weeks had his claim of a grievance thrown out by the Employment Court.
Property investors are looking to the regions, with commercial sales in Taranaki jumping to $55m this year.
"If you think about it, it's living artwork. It's artwork with an expiration."
Diane Maxwell uses mockumentary trailer to remind New Zealanders of NZ Super sustainability.
Maker of Aero bars finds the holy grail - it says it can slash the sugar in its bars and people will barely notice.