The Government has pledged a further $250 million to Southern Response in its Budget.
Head chef of a restaurant on the Kapiti Coast fired for allegedly offering P to employees unjustifiably dismissed
Metro Suites bought by Thai-owned Minor Hotels, as it expands its Avani brand.
Kiranjit Singh was always "hard-working and sporty". Now he's paralysed from the neck down.
Inner Mongolia Rider Horse Industry has sent thousands of horses to China.
Long-awaited solutions for one of Auckland's worst bottlenecks have been revealed, but when they arrive is another matter.
Bought electricity at spot prices? Well that money-saving option may backfire over the state of South Island lake levels.
A busy mother of three who lives rurally in "the middle of nowhere" is celebrating the success of her online fitness business on the feet of its one year anniversary.
Insurers protest over being made to collect ever-more tax for Government.
Massive 850-lot development in Waikanae could be just the start, says mayor.
LED light fidget spinners with loose battery compartments could be a choking or burn hazard.
Average home is chewing through more internet data than ever before, and is set to double by the end of 2018.
With a weekly boost of over $150 for some - but just $30 for others - the Budget paints a varied picture for Kiwi families. We run the ruler over the family income package.
Central Otago District Council to consider independent report into economic impact of ORC's proposed water plan changes
The public need 'robust data' to make understand the impact of proposed water changes in Central Otago.
Government spending is increasing, but as a share of the country's output it continues to fall.
Developers continue to fill in bare urban land as Wanaka's population booms.
A proposal to replace an inner city loading zone with a cycleway has not gone down well with Viaduct businesses.
The liquidation saga of Sentry Hill Winery is heading to trial.
Bill English will believe skill shortages exist when wages are significantly increased.
It's deemed too offensive so a new name for Otago sharemilkers moving cows to farms is needed.
It is believed to be one of the biggest compensation orders relating to a company collapse in Australian history.
Landscape architect and urban planner Rachel de Lambert
Not many people work in one job for 40 years, but both of these sisters have and they have some advice to share.
System was designed to help poorer families. Is it just lining the pockets of the better-off?
Taranaki's first wind farm was first proposed for Waverley 10 years ago.
What do you learn after documenting the uber-loaded for over 25 years?
BNZ is changing its Winton branch opening hours as the bank grapples with the rapidly changing banking world.
Winds sweeping across the north-west will now be monitored at Woodhill Forest.
Lower credit ratings mean it costs more and may be more difficult to raise funds for some institutions.
A couple's dream job is over in the aftermath of the Coromandel flooding.
Marsden Estate helps Northland vineyards make over 70 different wines, and is looking for a new owner to carry on the business.
The Government has promised 34,000 new homes in 10 years but what about the first home buyers of today?
Commuter chaos could be on the way as Wellington's bus drivers reject pay offer from new boss and threaten to strike.
Built by a Dunedin surgeon, this B&B harks back to a bygone era.
Everything from welcoming immigrants to Canterbury to promoting business, education, tourism, and different forms of transport will be discussed.
The online accounting software firm's waterfront building will become the new home of BizDojo.
Around the world, many people are in for a shock when they retire.
Investor told to repay some of nearly $1m he withdrew before fraud was uncovered at the firm has his appeal dismissed.
Finalists of the 19th annual Wellington Gold Awards have been named.
Budget tax cut plan divides the Opposition, with Labour against it and Greens and NZ First in favour.
Three staff with structural engineering expertise have joined the Cheal's Taupo office.
Mark Zuckerberg tells Harvard grads that automation will take jobs, and it's up to millennials to create more
Facebook founder tells millennials: "It's time for our generation-defining public works. Let's do big things."
Media giants to appeal Commerce Commission decision blocking a bid to merge.
Bicycle-powered smoothie-maker powers interest, as business expo exhibitors get creative.
NZ's biggest-ever roading project could finally open next month, bringing relief to Auckland motorists.
A US customer wants the chocolate maker to pay for selling people fresh air.
Long-term Queenstown backpacker residents "forced to leave home" as their hostel gets demolished to make way for a $60m hotel.
Salmon farm assistant manager devastated when he realised business had been target of vandalism.
Ripping up some of their grapes to offer 'wine and weed' could save some US grapegrowers.