Former mayors think the council should bail out Blenheim's cash-strapped theatre and write off its $5.1 million debt.
A business in Hamilton is giving away pregnancy tests outside their shop but not everyone is happy.
The partnership will help both groups increase their reach and offer value for members.
They could be allowed to look for information that suspected criminals share through social media.
The "tennis-ball sized" stone is to go under the hammer at a public auction, in a break from tradition.
Britons are so desperate to cling onto EU citizenship, they've cleaned post offices out of Irish passport forms.
The top 10 per cent of Kiwis hold 60 per cent of the country's wealth, and the gap is growing.
Taranaki has sold out of its pounds as people in Taranaki rush to buy up the currency.
A Kmart opening in Invercargill could benefit other retailers, First Retail Group managing director says.
Shares have collapsed on the Milan market as Brexit aftershocks shake Europe.
A Wellington man who used his stepchildren's inheritance to buy luxury items has been declared bankrupt.
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Too many Kiwis are needlessly racking up substantial credit card debt and paying off the bare minimum each month.
Christchurch's Swiftpoint to ship super-high-tech mouse by Christmas.
The Hamilton building, which houses the cat motel, goes to auction on Thursday.
Kiwis have voted, and Air New Zealand has more trophies to add to its growing cabinet.
A traditional coastal camping ground with development potential to become a multi-faceted accommodation venue, is for sale.
The land and buildings housing one of the biggest medical hubs in the Waikato has been put on the market.
About 80 per cent of people are dissatisfied with their jobs. These are the signs it's time to find somewhere else to work.
Their t-shirts might be pricier than what you'd find at downtown stores, but the guys at Granville Street are pretty happy about that.
It's served the dairy industry well, but the model faces an uncertain future with ownership becoming harder.
After 150 years, whiskey maker admits that a US slave was behind its fabled recipe.
A Wellington startup wants people to think about repurposing paper before recycling.
A technical issue means staff will be getting their wages later than usual.
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Rates in Queenstown Lakes District could be 3 per cent higher due to proposed investment plans in transport and community facilities.
Plans to build a lifestyle village in Cromwell have been fast-tracked because of "huge" interest from people as far away as Australia.
A woman's reaction to a call claiming she owed IRD $4k had a scammer begging for mercy.
Scientist Doug Edmeades has a quibble about the MPI's definition of research funding.
The Tasman District Council has its finger in many commercial pies. Cherie Sivignon takes a look at the portfolio.
Pest company creates a "virtual barrier" of bait stations and traps to eradicate predators on conservation land in Marlborough Sounds.
Brexit has unleashed a kind of contagion which was last seen during the financial crisis of 2008.
Volkswagen settles its emissions cheating scandal case with the highest compensation by a carmaker in US history.
The Government is looking at new exemptions for foreign buyers of NZ's sensitive land.
Network Tasman backs down on contentious proposal to remove industry-appointed board member.
An overspend of almost $500,000 at Mapua Wharf was "necessary and prudent", says a council report on the matter.
Britain's shock vote to leave the EU roils global markets for a second day, hammering US and European banks.
The man behind $50m McKenzie and Willis redevelopment questions the timing of legal action from Christchurch's "big players".
Ratings agency Standard & Poor's strips Britain of its top credit rating as the pound and shares tumble.
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Brexit deals a fresh blow to the sterling, as shares tumble on government uncertainty.
It's likely to happen within a year, with the decision also set to stunt global growth, say top economists.
Councillors call for theatre trust to be dissolved, and for mayor Alistair Sowman to resign over embattled theatre project.
Venture Southland is taking steps towards developing the silica industry in Southland.
The council is faced with paying off more than $5m after it guaranteed loans from the ASB Bank and Rata Foundation.
Kiwi shoppers could bag a bargain on UK websites in the coming weeks, thanks to Brexit.
NZ Post's new electric vehicles are not suitable for Wellington's footpaths, says the city's mayor.
John Key accepts foreign trust rules need a radical overhaul following warnings not enough's being done to counter money laundering.
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After starting a successful online job site, Liam McLeavey is expanding to help provide even stronger "pathways" into local jobs.