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New Zealand's two main radio providers are both claiming to be darlings of the airwaves after survey results are released.
MediaWorks chief executive resignation seen by public as a victory for the underdog, marketing expert says.
EQC is making an effort to "turn off the tap" on homeowners seeking second time repairs, a presentation shows.
Blenheim takes early lead in sunshine race, but Nelson is making a move.
Friday is International Sauvignon Blanc Day and social media streams will be flowing with wine.
The 30 tonne milk dryer is like the Death Star of the milk powder industry," Federated Farmers chair says.
Timaru's newly opened Pita Pit was the franchise's busiest restaurant in the world last week, company figures suggest.
Lawsuit filed over leaks in Wellington Hospital pipes that were fitted only eight years ago.
A leading Taranaki business has dismissed claims it is targeting union members for redundancies.
Imported olive oils that fail international standards on our shelves, says industry body.
Work has started on reshaping Waikato's northern gateway.
"Once you've shipped your scraps to one of the foundries in Auckland or Wellington you're left with almost nothing."
Weta designer's book business has led to the country's first science fiction event specifically for artists.
Stonewood Homes' new owners want to complete 196 unfinished homes delayed by the company's receivership in five months.
Forget sheep, New Zealand's cows are a big problem for Australia's banks.
Blenheim refuses to be "dumping ground for the South Island" and won't take Christchurch's rubbish.
Local Government New Zealand has suggested grounding illegal freedom campers who try to skip the country without paying their fines.
Palmerston North entrepreneurs say a new immigration visa could be a boost to the region.
Wave tests reveal Strait Feronia is still compliant at a faster speed.
Spotless must compensate former kitchen worker for failures over workplace bullying.
He's dressed everyone from All Blacks to Stephen Fry. Now he's shutting up shop.
The bank's impaired loans have risen by half a billion dollars in the space of a year.
First Cityfitness took on excessive grunting, now it wants and end to workout photos.
A public cafe run by Christchurch private school St Margaret's is holding its own against strong competition.
Five months ago, Paul and Sue Keast moved from the African jungle to buy a vineyard in Central Otago. Jo McKenzie-McLean caught up with them for their first harvest.
Countdown and The Warehouse top comparison of credit card rewards schemes.
The €500 bill to be withdrawn from circulation over fears it "could facilitate illicit activities".
Lichen Wang worked 12 days out of 14, had his stuff stolen, then was fired for being too young and having Asperger's.
Have $100 million to splash? This three-billion-year-old diamond the size of a tennis ball could be yours.
Anti-corruption organisation "extremely surprised and disappointed" at review scope.
If you discovered a boot full of skulls what would you do?
Government says fee hike and hiring spree not related to controversy over Onetai Station farm sale.
It's a farm, but not as we know it. There was barely a farmer in sight
New Zealand is short of engineering graduates and is recruiting from overseas.
Wendy's fast-food restaurant withdraws bid to sell alcohol at its Hornby restaurant - for now.
With few new hotels coming on line, lower value visitors might not be able to afford to stay in Queenstown at peak times.
Kiwi companies need to protect their information from being stolen or leaked, John Key says.
OPINION: Can Wellington cope with what transport projects to the north will throw at it?
Woman whose account credited millions in error arrested "trying to leave country".
Ford NZ taking a "wait and see" approach to a potential class action over its PowerShift gearbox tech in Australia.
Electric carmaker to accelerate production to meet strong demand for upcoming Model 3.
Diana Holwerda fell into self employment through necessity.
Fonterra has put eight of its Farm Source stores up for sale amid a depressed dairy market.
Minister of Transport Simon Bridges officially switched on 200 new runway lights at Queenstown Airport.
Algae found in a Nelson bird bath is the key ingredient in cosmetics.
Woman removed from Air New Zealand flight as aircraft had to carry extra fuel.
Automakers to recall another 35 million to 40 million US air bag inflators installed by Takata Corp by 2019.
Kiwi roads are melting and breaking apart too easily, prompting the introduction of a new standard for road seal.
Hilary Barry must be persuaded to stay at TV3 at any cost as a "smoking ruin" is rebuilt, experts say.
The projection room is still kitted out with old-school film projectors, a world away from the new digital projectors.