Personal guarantees can lead to a place in the village of the insolvent.
Dairy prices rose 3.6 per cent at the GlobalDairyTrade auction overnight.
Australian water infrastructure firm Veolia fits the profile for a buyer of City Care, a sector expert says.
"He is responsible for his actions. He is responsible for the things he writes and the attitudes he holds."
"We haven't got our hand out begging for money, we just want people to come and buy their Christmas presents here."
Wellington council panel made call to loan $300,000 in failed bid to buy jobs in We
Forklift driver's weight may have created workplace safety issue, tribunal rules.
Christmas offer for Wellington call centre workers left in lurch after CallActive collapse.
Managing director Sheryl Cleaver said the employee filmed abusing calves at the slaughterhouse was no longer with the company.
Two companies facing charges relating to allegedly promoting frozen yoghurt products which did not contain yoghurt and making false health claims.
A drone which can withstand bad weather on film sets has won an emerging technology competition.
Council may require some home ITM Cup games to be played away from the Cake Tin.
OPINION: An overseas holiday can be laced with risks, which is where your insurance comes in.
"They had a big array of all these fluids for the bikes and I've got a charger and a plug, and that's it."
After several reincarnations, Hamilton's Bridge Street has been renamed Anzac Parade.
But city's hotel room rates are not yet high enough to attract new hotel construction, Hospitality Association says.
Home values in several suburbs in the capital are now 10 per cent above the 2007 peak.
Homes in some Christchurch suburbs could be worth more than statistics suggest, because as-is sales are skewing data.
Australia's Reserve Bank leaves interest rates unchanged for the seventh month in a row, but leaves door ajar for a cut in 2016.
LendMe offers home loan options for people banks won't touch.
Terence James Milne died while working with bitumen at an earthworks company in the King Country on Monday.
Five sites searched after hardware partnership turns sour.
A busy state highway intersection south of Hamilton will be reworked after motorists labelled the first upgrade a botch up.
Online retail giant Amazon has revealed a new prototype of one of its delivery drones.
Sacha Hardy runs an international business - all from rural Waikato.
A Marlborough man has produced plant feed for vineyards using giant kelp.
Jetstar's first regional domestic flight in New Zealand from Napier has touched down in Auckland.
A booming property market means lifestyle gems can be found anywhere in the Waikato now.
Difficult weather has affected this spring's lamb tally.
The builder carried out works on Miriama Kamo's Waiheke home without consent.
The Government's resource management act changes have won Labour's initial backing.
An Air New Zealand ad making fun of rival airline Jetstar has triggered a barrage of criticism.
OPINION: Christmas is great, except for the quarter of people suffer financial stress at Yuletide.
A quarter of people expect to suffer financial stress this Christmas, a Mastercard survey shows.
Auctioneer McCormack and McKellar warned after failing to disclose they owned a Tom Esplin painting, Corner of Orvieto.
Inside company's massive new headquarters, the largest open-office workspace in the world.
Minister indicates situation has not deteriorated since project put on "amber/red" alert.
Finance Minister Bill English criticises his own department's analysis of Christchurch's anchor projects.
Electronics retailer's troubles set to benefit bargain hunters as it moves to cut prices.
All frozen berries imported to NZ could potentially spread Hepatitis A. What do you need to know?
Despite being embraced by many businesses, hot-desking has left many employees cold.
New Government rules curbing investors appear to have eased the rise in Auckland house prices.
NZ is facing a growing population of homeless older people, warns The Salvation Army.
Weak domestic investment and the slowdown in China will ultimately put the brakes on growth, argues former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis.
Erin Reilly loves being her own boss, but earning nothing over summer is a scary prospect.
A New Plymouth building long known for a place to grab a pint will soon be serving waffles and children.
PM makes agriculture emissions pledge as he addresses global climate conference.
Ruthless scammers are zeroing in on growing numbers of "silver surfers", or older internet users.
Wellington City Council took a punt on an Australian call centre that didn't pay off for Wellington ratepayers.
Man dies from burns following a bitumen tanker explosion in Waikato.