Once covered in ragwort, a Manawatu farm is now almost free of the stock-threatening weed thanks to the introduction of moths and beetles.
Christchurch's tallest building pre-quake, the Hotel Grand Chancellor will not be rebuilt in its old spot.
Shares in Genesis Energy have traded as high as $1.83 on the NZX, well above their $1.55 issue price.
Short snippets from today's business news: Hospitality industry Easter survey.
The new owners of Taranaki's landmark Onetai Station want to realise its potential as a beef and sheep farm.
The Alliance Group has finished commissioning its $25 million rendering plant.
High kiwi keeps a lid on inflation, with widespread discounting in shops for imports like clothing, shoes and electronics.
Harvest under way in Central
An Indian summer in Central Otago bodes well for a stellar wine harvest, industry representatives say.
@devlincolle New Zealand Aluminium Smelters has loosened its purse strings and started spending again after months of cutbacks.
A Clinton sheep farming family are producing some of the best lambs in the country.
Dairy prices continued their recent slide, falling 2.6 per cent at the latest global dairy auction.
Overseas developers would be "stupid" to invest in Christchurch, a frustrated city developer claims.
Making a lot of money is not the No 1 focus for half of New Zealand's small business owners, according to research released yesterday.
You might turn up your nose at food that's seen better days, but that view's not shared at Reduced to Clear.
New Zealand dairy cows could be bred one day to produce lower-fat milk.
Following the finance firm's downfall, its chief financial officer helped the Serious Fraud Office investigation.
New Zealand investors should be cautious about buying stocks around the time a company releases its financial results, says a market commentator.
OPINION: Governments and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) are concerned about tax base erosion and profit shifting (Beps) because it reduces tax revenue.
He's mad. At least, that's what his accountant says, but Owen Henderson is a desperate man.
An industry-leading Central Otago orchard has won the supreme title in the 2014 Otago Ballance Farm Environment Awards.
Annual inflation is expected to be steady at 1.6 per cent in figures out this week but that will not stop the Reserve Bank lifting interest rates this month.
This week, Ask The Experts looks at moving into overseas markets.
What are the pluses and minuses of going through the no assets procedure?
Kiwis spend about 14 per cent of household income on food at home - the fifth highest global spend.
Spate of surveys shows business confidence soaring but one economist says real economic activity remains to be seen.
The Clutha District Council has been accused of not following through on a promise to improve agricultural development in the district.
Cloudy Bay eyes up Central Otago vineyard.
Family ownership over four generations central to the winning of a prestigious farm environment contest.
The company asking to mine off the west coast is being accused of playing a Jedi mind trick.
Having a sustainable supply chain is critical to maintaining a healthy business.
Ngai Tahu Tourism has appointed an experienced tourism executive to lead the company.
Court says a bankrupt's KiwiSaver funds can be used to pay their debts but only if trustees of the account grant access.
South Canterbury farmers are grappling with Environment Canterbury's new rules on further intensification of land.
Ross Smith led the first building society in the world to become a registered bank but says his biggest achievement was getting his wife to stay in Invercargill.
The Christchurch City Council-owned World Buskers Festival ran at a $14,000 loss this year.
Warnings about bad debts at South Canterbury Finance fell on deaf ears, even as the finance company's assets ballooned to more than $1bn.
Ross Smith, chief executive of the mutually owned building society, will retire at the end of July.
The Alliance Group has appointment Vanessa Stoddart to its board as an independent director.
Transpower tells council it should ban intensive farm buildings beneath powerlines that supply the national grid.
Clients stand little chance of getting any money from the liquidation of NZ Premium Construction.
Capacity for 10 million seedlings
@devlincolle The Edendale Nursery in Southland has been bought by biotechnology forestry company ArborGen.
When Allan Hubbard stayed at embattled Auckland Hyatt Hotel, he spent the night turning off hallway lights.
OPINION: In this day and age it is becoming imperative that employees know how to read, write and calculate.
In my article on March 22 I discussed some of the issues that arise when thinking about a whether a capital gains tax is a good policy option for New Zealand.
The Edendale Nursery in Southland has been bought by ArborGen.
The tender for the new $13 million Invercargill Airport terminal is now open.
Taranaki farmer Glen Williamson knows exactly how much his life is worth - he even has the receipt.
He's been around lilies for all his 49 years, but Erwin Blokker never tires of their scent and colours.
A New Zealand-designed and made cycle-seat storage unit is ready to go to market should a crowd funding equity website provide the kick-start it needs.
Christchurch City Holdings' group of seven trading companies have produced a combined mega half-year profit of $365.7 million.