The Christchurch City Council is considering offering a living wage to staff.
They call it collision architecture, an 1850s-style settler's hut wrapped into a new boutique winery in Marlborough.
A Queenstown bee centre will enable families to come together and get stuck in.
The Hollywood funnyman takes on a new role as Kentucky Fried Chicken's Colonel Sanders.
Its paint job alone means there's no mistaking this Coromandel tourist mainstay.
Damien Grant: Aged care workers may have won the battle, but it will be the elderly who lose out in the end
OPINION: There is no shortage of unskilled people willing to be aged-care workers and their wages are comparatively pathetic.
Director of The Luxury Network says the super-wealthy don't splash out on what you might expect.
OPINION: History shows it's best when the State acts to keep the market in check, writes David Slack.
A marketplace for designer clothes has cast its eyes across the Tasman.
The life insurance industry used to be one of the unhealthiest industries to work in.
It beats the sausage sizzle - one charity is turning to property renovation to raise funds.
Home ownership is important for Chinese millennials in New Zealand but not necessarily for the same reasons as in China
A Crown company set up to help Kiwi high-growth businesses secure investment is at a crossroads.
Millennials want to pay using finger print scanners.
A web development boot-camp wants to combat the tech industry's non-diverse foundations.
Blue lipped mussels are considered a pest by Marlborough aquaculture companies.
This is not a joke - there’s more than $500 on the line, and the clock is ticking, writes Richard Meadows.
Our postal experiment finds it takes a letter eight days to travel just 200 metres.
Burgers and flat whites off the menu as KFC, Pizza Hutt, Carl's Jr and Starbucks hit by strikes.
A plane carrying CIA agents has reportedly been spotted at Wellington Airport.
Celebrity chef buys time in Australia, while NZ plans remain shrouded in mystery.
Forget employee wellness programs. Six-hour shifts are the answer to healthier, more efficient workers
OPINION: Kombi was a disruptor, and new currency system Blockchain could be the same.
This year's House of the Year awards include new categories to reflect the soaring numbers of apartments.
Paeroa factory's bottling days are behind it, but the pipes that once carried the famous water remain.
Auckland super mall to get six new restaurants, a town square, and a dining pavilion.
Court grants administrators and receivers extra time to buy back Jamie Oliver's restaurants.
Wellington couple gave up on buying their first home after finding they could build for less.
The effective grounding of helicopters prompts calls to change how military equipment is bought.
New technology could streamline process of buying and selling houses.
ANZ says technical error led to credit cards being 'retained' by ATMs.
A partnership deal between Christchurch Airport and e-commerce giant Alibaba aims to generate an extra $1m a week in sales to Chinese consumers.
Commercial and residential housing are on new entrant's radar.
Move to reduce amount of pay tied to selling product are likely to have an influence on New Zealand.
Two major shareholding groups tipped the balance at a special shareholder meeting of NPT.
A senior worker at KFC is angry the company won't pay her more than the cooks she often trains.
Parking systems company Frogparking snags massive investments from high-profile backers.
Moves to resurrect trade deal without the US as trade ministers from 11 countries meet in Japan.
Invest South have announced an investment in BISON Group Limited, a Dunedin-based company developing new industrial weighing technology.
Restaurant Brands refuses a 30 cent pay rise for workers, after making a $26 million profit.
Chief executive Ian McCrae picks up scalpel to steady the ship.
A Chinese airline will boost funding for tourism infrastructure in Tekapo under a new agreement to partner with the Mt John Observatory.
Japan parent company investigating accounting irregularities worth $285 million at NZ subsidiary.
OPINION: "Some people are leg men, some are breast men," said an old boss of mine. Then it got creepier.
Accountant come Christmas tree farmer Kylie Filbee-Cronin has received the Craig Norgate Memorial Scholarship.
New Zealand is heading into soup season – and it means big business.
Investment in US wind turbine maker came with higher risks, investment manager explains.
I have managed to hide from the police for nearly 18 months, but it seems they have finally tracked me down.
A new Government measure of housing affordability is more than a year late, and officials are worried ministers might not like what they see.
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