A drop in house prices disconcerts Chinese consumers, and weighs on Kiwi exports to China.
Ryman Healthcare, Summerset and Metlifecare may soon be joined by another stablemate on the NZX.
Institute of Financial Advisers takes a proactive stance on delivering business ethics training.
Auckland's new $400m trains won't reach full speed until the old diesel trains are taken off the network.
A toxic food scandal in China is spreading fast, dragging in Starbucks, Burger King and others.
The massive Countdown Petone building is being offered to investors as a syndication opportunity.
Pressure is going on councils to introduce more burning bans after a recycling surge followed a ban in Canterbury at the start of the year.
Telecom says Chorus plans 'artificial cap' on copper broadband service, Chorus says it's not short-changing customers.
Christchurch electricity lines company posts a small profit rise as it continues to build its quake-damaged network.
OPINION: Child support is working, if the benefit's purpose is to top up child-support payments by non-custodial parents.
China Airlines will add an extra 15,000 seats on its Taipei to Auckland route.
Dairy industry faces a huge challenge if it is to remain profitable and competitive while farming within limits.
Marlborough-based craft brewer says it has doubled market share since taking sales in-house.
With Kiwis living longer, the Government needs to change its policies, economist tells Nelson conference.
Snapshot Cameras has seen some big changes in its 86 years of business.
The Commerce Commission is proposing cutting the amount local lines companies can charge.
NZX-listed The a2 Milk Company has been approved to be a manufacturer of a finished infant-formula product to China.
Timaru District Council threatened with a $2m bill over the sale of an old hydroslide.
What you need to know on Tuesday morning, July 8.
Endangered creatures flourish as a family figures out how to combine farming with eco-tourism.
Enthusiastic environmental planning doesn't slow intensive programme of sustainable development on 1436ha in east Otago.
OPINION: Greens promise tough rules on farmers to make rivers safe for swimming, but at what cost, asks Federated Farmers?
NZ's Environmental Protection Authority wants a a higher level of scientific evidence regarding the safety and effects of new pesticides.
Long-serving postal worker Olive Cassidy is leaving NZ Post after 45 year's service.
South Canterbury has more than doubled its dairy cattle numbers in just 10 years.
Bankrupt Terry Serepisos could profit from the fall of a man he paid US$1.5m to arrange a US$100m loan.
A $25 million loan was mistakenly recorded as one for just $25,000, the SCF trial has heard.
Building industry doubts claims city council is on track to regain building consent accreditation.
Sale of biscuit-maker Griffin's to a Philippines-based food giant for $700m nearly doubles its Australian owner's original investment.
NZ 2015 Cricket World Cup chief executive is making sure this summer's event is on the aviation industry's radar.
Migration boom returns as Kiwis shun Australia and foreigners arrive, and risks reigniting the housing market.
OPINION: Isn't it better for people to be open at work about what they are doing, and not secretly record meetings?
NZ has only seen the "tip of the iceberg" of wealthy Chinese wanting to invest in Auckland property.
TOM PULLAR-STRECKER - The Dominion PostID numbers issued to cut red tape and promote e-commerce.
An Auckland company says it has lodged a resource consent to build a Ramada Hotel in Queenstown.
TOM PULLAR-STRECKER - The Dominion PostThe Government has reported mixed results in its drive to make it easier for people to deal with the public service.
Six teens are revelling in the success of their new business catering for health-conscious chocolate lovers.
New Zealand biscuit company Griffin's has been sold for $700 million.
Businesses need to adapt how they deal with customer complaints in the age of social media, according to new research.
The planets are lining up for red-meat farmers to put decades of low profits and lack of reinvestment behind them.
Farm sales and prices continue to make steady gains despite a big drop in the number of dairy farms sold.
New Zealand Stock Exchange-listed Motor Trade Finance says it has so far spurned an aquisition offer by a rival finance company.
Commerce Commission to run its ruler over Expedia's acquisition of booking service Wotif.
"Woah, are you driving that?" Kylie Winiata gets asked when she pulls up in her 18-wheeler.
After a prolonged consents battle, Bathurst Resources has commenced activities at the company's Escarpment mine site on the West Coast, the company says.
Dairy farmer confidence has ebbed while meat and fibre farmers remain positive
A record 162,000 tourists visited New Zealand last month, dominated by visitors from Japan and China.
Three Aucklanders talk about what they think is needed to give the city the transport system it deserves.
NZ gained nearly 40,000 new residents last year, as fewer Kiwis headed over the ditch to work.
NZ company embroiled in complaints about alleged market manipulation on Frankfurt Stock Exchange.