The Wellington Chocolate Factory is the new kid on the block.
Shares in Genesis Energy traded as high as $1.83 on the NZX, well above their $1.55 issue price.
Once covered in ragwort, a Manawatu farm is now almost free of the stock-threatening weed thanks to the introduction of moths and beetles.
Mental illness among farmers is like grass staggers a top agricultural communicator claims.
Scientists suck up nearly 500,000 wasps from Canterbury paddocks to fight a clover root weevil infestation on Southland farms.
Farming industries to match the Government's funding with $8.7m of their own money.
Christchurch's tallest building pre-quake, the Hotel Grand Chancellor will not be rebuilt in its old spot.
Air New Zealand has escaped unscathed from a private class-action suit in Australia, but its competitors have settled out of court.
Air NZ escapes unscathed from a private class-action suit in Australia, but its competitors settle out of court.
You can take a tour of a house for sale online, so why has it taken so long for the CV to evolve?
Supreme Court allows an appeal against the building of salmon farms in the Marlborough Sounds.
The NZ Super Fund grew by $3 billion in the year to March 31, despite a flat return last month.
Nelson wineries are relieved the region's grape harvest has largely finished ahead of prolonged rain.
The used vehicle seller says sales will increasingly be online, on Trade Me and even Facebook.
Short snippets from today's business news: New SkyCity bosses, most popular bank, hospitality industry Easter survey.
Liquidator ordered to pay $18,165 after calling South Island property developer Dave Henderson names.
New Zealand stocks are trading at fair value, research company Morningstar says in its latest market outlook report.
A passenger who touched the buttocks of a crew member has been ordered to behave.
Business groups cautiously welcome Labour's manufacturing policy, which the government dismisses as "same old same old".
Independent inquiry sought into direction of agriculture as farming's effects on water quality had become "too politicised".
Consumers are "chipper" and still singing in the rain of rising interest rates.
I understand a business needs to make money but can you not make that money the 362.5 days a year you're open?
Government agencies and businesses agree to work together to take advantage of digital opportunities.
Tax rates for KiwiSaver are too high and need to be lowered, a fund-management industry group says.
More jobs were advertised in March, continuing a run of rises for three consecutive months.
BNZ Partners director Anthony Healy will step up to the top job on May 12.
If you want to appear more professional then it makes sense to know which words you mispronounce.
What is the line between your boss harnessing the team's work and engaging in outright idea theft?
The demise of BlackBerry may have spelled trouble for its hometown, instead the tech hub is booming.
What happened overnight and what's coming up in business today.
Exceptional autumn growing conditions in Canterbury means there is "more feed than cows to eat it at the moment".
The new owners of Taranaki's landmark Onetai Station want to realise its potential as a beef and sheep farm.
Fodder beet could significantly boost beef returns and provide a profitable alternative to dairy grazing.
A Taranaki family is keen to find out more about a silage silo built on their farm in 1931.
The Alliance Group has finished commissioning its $25 million rendering plant.
Sam Pearson has learned to take a backhanded approach when promoting tennis in China.
A 20-year-old house considered uneconomic to repair with no insurance has sold at auction for over $1m.
A rebellious garden centre prepares to again flout the Government's "archaic" Easter trading laws.
What SME owners need to know about the new Health and Safety legislation.
A 24-hour illuminated billboard in a residential street has been turned off after complaints.
The ultimate in big screen television technology could soon be yours - for around $35,000.
The cost of building a new house continues to rise in Canterbury but not as sharply as it was three months or a year ago.
Tapping into 700 gadgets, sensors and online services, is this man really happy?
High kiwi keeps a lid on inflation, with widespread discounting in shops for imports like clothing, shoes and electronics.
OPINION: OK, that's a provocative headline, but how else to interpret the Greens' social housing policy?
Kim Dotcom is closer to regaining his millions after court denied Crown's request to keep his assets frozen.
Treasury knew the finance company was troubled but let it into the Crown deposit guarantee scheme anyway.
Investors would have to pay at least $70m to bring Auckland Council Civic Administration Building up to spec.
Allowing 20sqm units would let cash-strapped buyers get apartments for $140,000, property expert says.
Company linked to collapsed construction firm Mainzeal Property shouldn't have been liquidated, court hears.