An app produced in Southland for home buyers seeks to demystify property law.
"I want to run it until we have no one to keep running it for."
New Windsor New World owners say they enjoy how 'proactive' the community is.
The demolition of the Salvation Army Citadel is well underway after Foodstuffs bought the site this year.
The regional winners and rising stars of this year's Deloitte Fast 50 have been announced.
Rising stars in the southern business world have been recognised in the 2016 Deloitte Fast 50.
Proposed electricity reforms will cause power costs to go up and local power stations to shut, industry players say.
A who's who of the construction industry is gathering in Christchurch to come up with solutions for the housing crisis.
After almost a year's deliberation, Government says Shanghai Maling can buy half of Silver Fern Farms.
Wanaka's mountainbike community is lobbying for council ownership of their favourite trails.
The money's in the bag and more sewers are needed to satisfy demand.
"I want to continue my dad's legacy." - Queenstown Zoological Garden owner Rachel Young.
Better understanding of freshwater management and science sought by Wanaka water interest groups.
Community swings in behind Wanaka woman's vision for an ecological centre in Wanaka.
Gavin and Jacquetta George plan to build passive energy commercial lodge in Wanaka.
Some New Zealand insurance brokers have been badly affected by a power outage which knocked out access to a U.K data centre almost three weeks ago.
An "unprecedented" tourism boom leads to critical shortage of hotel rooms.
Dunedin-based gaming studio wants to do what Sir Peter Jackson did with the film industry.
A bar will be forced to close after a drunk customer suffered a serious head injury.
Jucy has joined three other major campervan brands in helping authorities pursue illegal freedom camping fines.
Wellington retailers want Wellington City Council to create a policy on Easter trading and lead the way nationally.
An Invercargill cafe left in the lurch for months is running out of money - before it even opens.
A list of urgent toilet upgrades includes loos in Culverden that are so freezing in winter cleaners have to defrost them to do their job.
Consumer NZ wants to change the star rating system to prevent sugary foods earning high ratings.
Life Pharmacy and Unichem - two of NZ's biggest pharmacy players - have quit the loyalty scheme.
Ex-owner is angry $80,000 was made on her house in one day but the agent says she got the best price.
Kirks directors unanimously recommend shareholders to accept Sir Ron Brierley's take over offer.
To sit or not to sit - fad or future: are adjustable height desks in the office needed?
An official opening of South Port's freight centre has highlighted the development's benefit to the region.
Bond and Murray offered words of wisdom in Queenstown today.