The owner of Farmers says it is not planning a takeover of the big box retailer.
Man has suspected broken arm and head injury after falling 2 metres while unloading a ship.
Electricity prices are being held and may fall slightly this year, according to the Electricity Authority.
Kiwi consumers are 'relatively passive' about looking for a better deal, despite fierce competition among firms.
Manuka plantations could be a viable money earner for marginal Waikato hill country.
An Employment Court decision could mean a big pay day for 35,000 NZ workers.
The price Kiwis are having to pay for a night away is being driven up by the strong economy and an influx of foreign tourists.
NZ property values rise 6.4pc in a year, half of Auckland's gains.
Inland Revenue is paying for more than a dozen consultants working on its $1 billion "Business Transformation" project to commute between Australia and Wellington.
Talley's Group charged with failing to ensure staff safety after a man died on one of its tuna boats.
Packaging tycoon Graeme Hart falls four places to 195 in Forbes ranking, one of just two Kiwis.
The Fiat Agnelli family will again control Ferrari as FCA spins the sportscar maker off.
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Ruud Kleinpaste explains what home gardeners need to know about the Queensland fruit fly
Motorists will pay another 2 cents a litre a week after National MPs voted against a probe into fuel prices.
John Key says enough houses are "in the pipeline" in Auckland to meet demand from immigration.
Prime Minister John Key is refusing to rule out giving taxpayer cash to Solid Energy.
Public servants could be stymied in wage rises with MPs pay bump set to match theirs, says Andrew Little.
I have a sense of fury and powerlessness at the speed my rates have been rising.
Most power users in Wellington should see some small relief in their bills from April 1.
Summer might be winding down but the big dry affecting Waikato is marching on.
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The area planted in wine grapes has soared 100 per cent in the last 12 years, Statistics New Zealand says.
Heinz Wattie's has not totally canned the New Zealand asparagus industry, a Hawke's Bay grower says.
New Zealand's Rocket Lab secures financial backing from US aerospace giant Lockheed Martin.
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The New Zealand area planted in wine grapes has increased by 100 per cent in the last 12 years.
NZ's largest kiwifruit grower's profit jumps 38 per cent after several years of poor returns.
Supreme Court dumps long-running dispute between swimwear firm Zoggs and Mr Zogs Sexwax.
Blue Chip's founder makes one last trip to NZ to try and lift his bankruptcy.
Former credit union staffer who iced a cake with derogatory comments 'relieved and elated' at decision.
Government will urgently legislate to change the way MPs' pay rises are calculated after the latest 5.4pc increase.
Net immigration numbers are likely to set new records, potentially pushing up house prices,Treasury says.
But the state-owned broadcaster says it grabbed a bigger slice of a 'weak' TV ad market.
TSB, which has written off a $53.9m loan, and other banks look at a package to keep miner afloat.
Bank of China today became the first Chinese bank to join the New Zealand Bankers' Association.
Canadian owner sells Marlborough's Stone Creek vineyard to Lion.
Mega has been left up a creek after PayPal stopped processing its payments.
The company's "brand dude", Conor Kerlin, says the gourmet burger sector is a hot, high-growth category.
Getting the rules right can really seal the deal when taking clients out for a meal.
Export prices are falling, thanks to diving dairy prices, and import prices are going up.
The risk of a Greek exit from the EU comes amid signs the euro zone is turning the corner.
Cloud software firm profit jumps as it bounces back from accounting and governance embarrassments.
Casino company formally agrees with Govt to extend the deadline for the design of its new international convention centre.
The cut is the latest effort to support the world's second-largest economy as its momentum slows and deflation risks rise.
Monopoly on non-stop flights between NZ and North America is under scrutiny as American carriers examine whether to launch services.
Strong equity and property markets boost the number of new millionaires across the Tasman.
A Wellington builder's $1600 drone has helped him land $400,000 of business in one year.
NZ's Government has no plans to tighten up product labelling as Australia is threatening after a Hep A outbreak.
Insurers are set to decide which businesses will benefit from new, improved protections for people buying insurance.