Officials are working ''around the clock'' to resolve a block preventing our meat entering China.
Men and women might still be from Mars and Venus so here's how to work it out on the job.
Economist Cameron Bagrie talks up how New Zealand will be the envy of other developed nations.
It's not big that eats little, it's fast that eats slow, says EMA chief executive Kim Campbell of business in NZ.
Entrepreneur who shows up to an outdoor wedding in hot new heels is inspired by a backwards topple.
Trial begins of two men accused of facilitating another man's tax evasion of at least $1.5m.
Quadrant Private Equity took advantage of Summerset's stellar run on the sharemarket to reduce its stake in the retirement village operator.
Investors warned job cuts at Telecom may only be sufficient to offset the decline in its core business.
Businesses pass on higher wholesale electricity prices in their selling prices.
'It's going to be a shock to our friends'
Boozy night out sees entrepreneurial couple buy stake in the sex industry.
To some a vacant a downtown Christchurch lot is a car park, but to the Simpsons it's home.
Tax time is looming leaving businesses thinking how to slash what they pay while maximising claims.
Government may transfer stock from poorly performing Housing Corporation to other social housing providers.
Kiwi retailers fear US trade negotiators are trying to close down the pipeline to deep discounts.
Tonnes of sheepmeat in limbo as Chinese officials reject its certification owing to a NZ Government name change.
The electricity market structure allows generators and retailers to fatten their bottom lines at the expense of customers, Horizon Energy says.
Summerset shares have resumed trading after cornerstone shareholder Quadrant Private Equity sold a 14.2 per cent stake.
ERA called in after the telco scrapped top lawyer's role and overlooked him for a newly created, near-identical position.
An optimistic post-Budget John Key talks up the value of Asia and hints at stronger economic growth.
Consumer confidence hits a three-year high in a sign the shackles on consumer spending may have been thrown off.
A trans-Tasman hunk clash is all go for the rural bachelor competition at this year's Fieldays.
The Commerce Commission and Air New Zealand are arguing over a retracted offer of settlement in their long-running cargo price-fixing case.
An Auckland accountant's "Chinese custom" of staying in a bedroom with her newborn baby for 30 days was broken by a tearful argument with her boss.
ERA orders a former manager at printer and publisher Horton Media to pay back more than $700,000.
Bad news for motorists as petrol prices are lifted by 4c a litre on back of falling dollar.
Brent John Gilchrist named as Wellington man on charges relating to facilitating $1.5 million tax evasion.
Businesses hit by drought-fuelled higher electricity prices passed those costs on in their own prices, figures released today show.
Faster consent process won't push Auckland house prices down quickly, Westpac economist says.
The Finance Minister expects a focus on the merits of the investment rather than the politics.
Govt says policy is aimed at those deliberately flouting the system and who had ignored IRD approaches.
Time and money are the biggest barriers to corporate social responsibility in NZ, new study finds.
The American tycoon is taking legal action to challenge the Scottish government's decision to approve an offshore wind farm near his luxury golf resort.
Drivers face paying $135 extra over the next three years, with legislation to increase petrol tax being rushed through Parliament.
Standard and Poor's puts banks and credit unions on negative outlook, citing economic risks.
OPINION: The Budget was a demonstration that the Government has other values which won't address many of the biggest issues facing New Zealand.
OPINION: Businesses have done it tough in recent years and this year's Budget will help cement in place the platform for a return to growth.
OPINION: The Budget demonstrates prudent stewardship of finances with solid progress towards a balanced budget and lower debt and spending targets.
Some business leaders are unhappy that the little guys have been left out in the cold by the Budget.
Retirement village operator Ryman Healthcare may ramp up expansion into the Australian market.
The future of the Tiwai Pt aluminium smelter must be finalised before Meridian Energy floats on the NZX, say market players.
A de facto tax cut of $1b over two years is just around the corner, with Govt plans to start cutting ACC levies from April.
The Budget puts the Govt's books back in the black in 2014-15, but only by the barest sliver.
A "significant" gap still exists in cost-sharing for Christchurch's anchor projects despite more than $800 million committed to rebuild work in the Budget.
Wellington International Airport's profit has increased by over 80 per cent, but not everyone is happy with the result.
Government farmer Landcorp will not be using quad bikes on its new farms, and is limiting use of the vehicles elsewhere.
Looming housing bubble spooks Government into urgent action in the Budget to rein in prices and speed up new housing developments.
OPINION: After nearly five years reminding us there is no gain without pain, Bill English's milestone fifth Budget ticked all the finance minister's boxes, writes Tracy Watkins.
OPINION: Bill English under-promised ahead of yesterday's Budget and he delivered on the day, writes Vernon Small.
Housing experts say streamlining consent processes is unlikely to turn the market.
The roof is on the world's largest milk-powder dryer in stage two of Fonterra's more than $500m milk-processing plant.