Safety inspectors are visiting trampoline parks across New Zealand after a spike in trampoline-related injuries.
Reclusive duck farmer who started world's biggest energy drink has left wealth to 11 family members.
Halloween is coming, so there's no better time to embrace your inner zombie.
It's not good enough to simply export a product and then keep your distance from consumers, expert says.
Two major Auckland organisations have stepped up to back Wellington-run Venture Up business accelerator.
Central Otago has New Zealand's best country pub - an establishment that delivers food to sick clients, leftovers to bachelors and drives 600km to get patrons home.
Men who illegally knocked down a 159-year-old Melbourne Irish pub doubled value of land overnight.
Many households found new players offered better deals this winter.
Investors lose $172 million "chasing dreams" after the NZ software firm calls in the administrators.
Commercial property investors will be jockeying for a piece of the action when the New Zealand Racing Board's premises in Hamilton goes up for sale.
The Reserve Bank is set to give explicit guidance for the future of interest rates.
DIY makeup videos turned a Taranaki woman into a sensation with 90,000 followers around the world.
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A building once the home of the Red Cross is up for sale a second time.
The interrogation was out of the blue and continued even while she was doubled over sobbing.
Lodge for sports clinics, executive and artistic retreats and weddings is a great idea in the wrong location, opposer says.
A replacement plane is on its way as visit to India with Brendon McCullum fails to get off the ground.
Fonterra blindsided as 19 arrested in Shanghai for selling 300 tonnes of its expired milk powder.
Hundreds want $616 for cost and time spent exchanging Note 7s as well as psychological harm.
From haute cuisine in Auckland to a Tunisian takeaway in Rotorua, TripAdvisor reviews seems to have the last word.
Five months after disputes tribunal ordered the painter to repay an elderly woman, she's still waiting.
AJ Hackett plans to create world's highest bungy jump from China's glass-bottom bridge at 260m.
KiwiSavers may be able to pay less for the fund they have chosen, if it's available through another scheme.
A Kiwibank Labour Day outage which hit internet and phone banking has been fixed.
It's not as painful as the real thing, and has real benefits for homeowners who learn how.
Company behind Tararua town's only pub ordered to pay former staff $30,000 - but owner can't be found.
Social media means consumers' ability to make their views known is something all organisations now have to deal with.
A South Canterbury honey manufacturer considers skin care and medicine markets to boost revenue.
An entire area of the New Plymouth CBD has re-branded.
A report into the spending habits of Maori women makes for grim reading, but behind the words lies a different story.
A cleaning product business listed on Trade Me with a $1 reserve has hit $36,700.
South Port's new director says the company has the opportunity to support regional growth.
A new law means short-term renters could face $10,000 fines if the owner is not present.
We Kiwis love our chippies - to the tune of $150m a year. Yes, million.
Retirement commissioner Diane Maxwell once again tackles one of New Zealand's sacred cows.
More than 100 sign up for class action on dodgy steel mesh in their new homes, sparking call for government inquiry.
The development of a new Skellerup factory in Christchurch is an example of how developers work with clients.
Sibling bickering over inheritence of the family farm can be avoided with early succession planning.
After five years in the workforce, women lawyers command just 80 per cent of what their male colleagues get an hour.
As the war on pests continues, one Wellington business believes it has the answer.
There is a large, ongoing denial of service attacks affecting well-known companies like Twitter, Reddit, PayPal and Spotify.
Saturday night's not the night for dancing after demise of popular Wellington hot spot.
New owners of $32.5m mansion revealed as Kiwi millionaire brothers and sister.
Orion is assuring the public its electricity lines poles are safe after an investigation was launched in Dunedin.
Weight Watchers' misguided campaign to promote body positive image among women "ill-judged".
Opportunist builders, dodgy steel and shonky standards create new building crisis 'worse than leaky homes'
Take a building inspector through the soon-to-be city of Flat Bush in Auckland, and watch his hackles rise.
The Soda Press Co says the trend towards cafes having carbonated water on tap has helped boost sales of its low sugar syrups.
Controversial developer hauled back before the courts after his houses' toilets were found to be flushing directly into a waterway.
It's cheaper than ever to fly to London - so why is it still so hard to get anywhere from Invercargill?
New Zealand businesses are struggling to find workers with the skills needed to fill vacancies, so they're changing their tactics.