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Rejecting the landmark trade deal would hurt US credibility, Secretary of State John Kerry told Congress.
An investigation into a Christchurch man is said to have found hallmarks of a Ponzi scheme.
"If I stole $10,000 worth of shoes it'd make headline news. We lose a $25,000 grapple and the police don't mention it."
Why are the Chinese property winners? Because they're more focused, says real estate agent.
The helicopter firm involved in a fatal crash has had its air operating certificate reinstated.
OPINION: It turns out the the impact of globalisation on the middle classes has not been as severe as previously thought.
Part of the crowd at a large event? Chances are you're being tracked.
One person has paid $210 for a set of plants worth $42.
Exit plans in play months before convention centre partnership breakdown.
Tom Cruise, Billy Connolly and Penelope Cuz all drank at this Taranaki watering hole. Now it's for sale.
Government auditor asked to investigate as Wellington CEO claims paper trail "is the contract itself".
For every 100 women who get promoted from entry-level positions, 130 men advance.
Changes to crayfishing at the top of the South Island are aimed at stopping recreational "rat bags" from ruining it for all.
Ultrafast broadband is here, but speed hike of 'no interest' to consumers says testing company.
Port Otago's property income and rising values offset slightly lower cargo volume.
Coffee prices could increase due to drought in Brazil but there are far greater cost variables to worry about, coffee association says.
Regional council says cost of investigation could be recovered if there is a successful prosecution
Decision could see cleaners and security guards' pay increase by 25 per cent, union claims.
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New Zealand will welcome a record number of cruise ships to its shores this summer.
Space race between US and Russia heats up as Soviet airline owner plans to launch commercial rockets.
A sporting store selling golfing equipment has a prime new location at the Marlborough Golf Club course.
Collapsed firm Mainzeal owes $120 million to creditors, legal proceedings continue against firm directors
Liquidators of collapsed firm Mainzeal have rejected more than $36 million worth of claims made by out-of-pocket creditors.
Selling non-existent helicopters online lands man a real visit to the dock.
"We think they're deliberately misleading the government that they have iwi mandate."
A South Island credit union is targeting younger people in a marketing push into northern centres
Ever wondered how the carpet in your home was made? Roll up and find out.
Central Plains Water scheme will go ahead, with 1000 extra jobs promised each year.
Can Kiwis be convinced to give more to one of New Zealand's internationally-renowned galleries? Last year they gave just $11,000.
"He was due to take up a job driving buses, which he won't be able to do either."
It's worth taking on your insurer over a rejected claim, even if victory's not guaranteed.
House prices surge in Vancouver, London and Stockholm, putting them most at risk of a housing bubble.
As bids on a full set pass $200, could get the same plants at a garden centre for $42.
A married ASB senior manager declared his love for a "super-hot" staff member, then was fired.
She claimed she didn't understand the $7.3m property deal, but she still must pay a 10% deposit - that's $730k.
UberEats set to become a driving force behind meal deliveries as it prepares to expand to global markets.
A 30-second ad during coverage of the US presidential cost more than US$200,000.
Dodgy debt collectors, mis-sold extended warranties and unsafe goods are among the main consumer traps.
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Cheesed-off Australian Pizza Hut franchisees say they were forced to sell unprofitable pizzas.
People will soon get a chance to climb to one of the city's rare canopies, high above the Harbour Bridge.
Customers were misled about their laybys by door-to-door seller Sales Concepts.
New tenants ahead of Christmas trading, but Christchurch container mall's unlikely to be open next winter.
OPINION: Electric shock training collars for dogs are controversial, but do they even work?
Two Air France bosses had to flee over a fence when protesters ripped their shirts off.
A World War I train will take cruise ship passengers from Picton to Blenheim, and back again.
Retired police officers will be investigating criminal cases if John Palino becomes Auckland mayor.
Chinese investor hoping for prosperity pays a symbolic price of $88,888,888 for a downtown building.
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