A baked beans fan has encountered a weighty problem.
Canterbury manufacturers say the wishes of the dairy sector aren't everything.
Whatever fine print remains to be revealed in the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA), a future Labour Government will carry on regardless.
According to some experts, sheep milking could become a billion dollar industry in NZ.
A $220,000 unpaid tax bill is the latest financial hurdle a Sentry Hill Winery will need to conquer if it wants to stay in business.
Businesses are gearing up to open at Queenstown's Five Mile with more than 200 new jobs created.
Trade negotiators were almost dead on their feet. What did they achieve?
Court hears how two siblings sold their home at auction, then changed their minds within days.
The cost of living and houses appears to be driving more Aucklanders to look for work elsewhere.
Former boss of publishing company admits charges laid by Serious Fraud Office.
It is all about technology and cars in this year's Interbrand best global brands report.
Before the Islamic State captured a town in Syria, gas for the stove cost the equivalent of 50 cents. But as the militants settled in, the cost shot up to US$32 (NZ$49).
A Waikato agribusiness expert has some tips on how to trade with China.
National job growth is slowing but numbers of applications for those jobs are rising.
Nearly a third of Auckland homes sold by Barfoot & Thompson in September went for more than $1m.
Two companies have been fined over a workplace accident which knocked a man out.
Hell Pizza has confirmed it will open a Timaru Restaurant about March 2016. Hell is expected to be a tenant in The Landing
The announcement of the TPPA highlights what the nation has lost, says a Graeme O'Brien.
HSBC says New Zealand now 'middle of the pack' but has good prospects.
US stocks have risen for the fifth day in a row on the back of rising oil prices and a possible delay in interest rates hike.
Vanessa Beetson, who lives on Schoolhouse Rd, says she and many other Spark customers are being ripped off by their broadband plan, which in fact only delivers dial-up speed.
Businesses are slashing prices at the highest rate since 1999 as consumers lose confidence in the economy.
Business leaders are welcoming the signing of a Trans Pacific Partnership deal, with one claiming it represents a bigger opportunity than the free trade deal with China.
OPINION: New Zealand must pounce on multi-national tax dodgers like Google, Facebook and Apple.
OPINION: The European Union is considering the controversial "Robin Hood tax".
Nelson waste management firm Can Plan believes the Tasman District Council's contract with a rival business breaches the Commerce Act.
Whittaker's mash-ups have been hugely popular here, but Asian consumers have different tastes.
What will Kiwis get out of the TPPA?
Kiwis won't face increased medicine costs as a result of the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal.
ANZ has revealed about 3 per cent of its staff breached its code of conduct for employees.
The NZ dollar is finding support through continued concern over when the US central bank will lift rates and also through another positive outlook for the GlobalDairyTrade auction.
Gulf of Mexico oil spill in 2010 will end up costing BP more than US$20 billion in fines.
Man survives half an hour in -20 degrees after falling into a freezing hold on a boat in Bluff.
A former medical lab on the back door step of Hamilton's hospitality precinct will be stripped back to its core and given a facelift.
Ericsson is dumping one third of its staff at its Porirua factory, citing market changes.
The Southland cruise ship industry is gearing up for its biggest summer season.
Improved planning and private investment among key points of national science strategy.
Some Harvey Norman customers are considering legal action against the retailer over an online sales glitch.
OPINION: It's OK to moan when you run a business by yourself.
OPINION: If you want to get ahead, you can't afford to leave your mortgage alone.
Cadbury launches investigation into ammonia leak which caused factory evacuation streets to be shutdown.
The Commerce Commission has 'shifted the goalposts' in backing a merger in wool processing, carpet-maker Godfrey Hirst says
KiwiSaver contributors are $3b better-off on paper thanks to strong investment returns.
An expert says bullying is rife in New Zealand workplaces.
New Zealand's newest airline is three weeks away from its first passenger flight, with one big test remaining.
What will OECD recommendations for multinationals to pay their share of tax mean in NZ?
A new centre for environmental engineering research promises to deliver for the public and private sectors.
Westpac has retained the bulk of the government banking contract, following a tendering process which dragged on for years.
Wynyard Group looks to enhance its product development efforts.
A Southland scheme to reduce remissions has received a confidence boost.