Greece confirms the country will not make its payment due later to the International Monetary Fund.
A Horowhenua confectionery company is enjoying the sweet taste of success after the demise of Pascall allsorts.
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Dairy prices are softening, stocks in China are tanking and Greece is in crisis mode. How worried should we be here?
Business confidence has slipped for the second consecutive month, with the agriculture industry the least upbeat.
ACC has admitted thousands of motorists have been overcharged for their car registrations.
Benjamin Mugisho witnessed atrocities no human should - but says NZ "opened its hands to me".
Tiwai decision too close to call, industry sources say.
Businesses say they can't stop their images being used by a company under Commerce Commission investigation.
Business confidence in Canterbury has slumped as fewer homes are built, rental returns drop and uncertainty hits dairying.
Investors are being cautioned to think carefully about the Briscoes bid.
Currency markets are in disarray as uncertainty builds in the eurozone.
Visitor spending during the Cricket World Cup injected millions into the Wellington economy, "exceeding expectations".
Transgender woman claims department store staff made snide comments when she used female changing room.
Hanna Bouveng, 25, claims her Wall Street boss began a relentless quest to have sex with her.
Fonterra's $235 million redevelopment of it is Pahiatua dairy factory is a celebration of the industry's technological innovation.
OPINION: Informants who dob in tax dodgers don't receive cash rewards in NZ, unlike in the UK and USA.
Building consents are on the rise nationally, including a record in Auckland, but continue to slump in Canterbury.
Wellington Airport's decision to cut landing fees will leave travellers $33m better off.
Cricket World Cup adds $110m to New Zealand economy.
John Key warns that Kiwis aren't immune to the turmoil from Greece's impending loan default.
But US president acknowledges his fight to secure the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership is far from over.
Ride-sharing service acquires a portion of Microsoft's Bing mapping unit.
Tens of thousands of Greeks rally amid financial chaos to back the government's bailout rejection.
Xero is welcoming a new senior executive with Sankar Narayan joining as chief financial officer.
ANZ-owned finance company names Wayne Percival as the new chief executive.
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The big retailer touted to move into Upper Hutt's The Mall is revealed.
An Auckland real estate agent has been discharged without conviction after he mailed poo to a rival agent.
Overseas companies continue to buy up land in Marlborough for vineyard expansion.
Carlton Bar & Eatery to open in New Regent St as hospitality continues to flourish and some retailers struggle.
Two Takaka master cheesemakers are hoping to inspire a new generation into their craft.
Plans to sell off state houses to social housing providers is "an asset sale by stealth," the Labour Party says.
Nelson's first Start Up Weekend helped budding companies design and create a business model from scratch within 54 hours.
Moving into the online retail world has seen one small Marlborough-based children's clothing business get a foothold in new markets around the world.
US stocks extended losses in heavy trading on fears Greece could be the first to exit the euro zone.
The Waikato family that has greeted new neighbours with its own wine and hospitality is about to have the favour repaid as it recovers from a devastating fire.
The price Kiwis pay for milk is influenced by international markets, supermarket competition and wholesale prices.
A prominent Wellington businessman partners with coffee business Mojo to set up in China.
City council encourages smelter to rehabilitate Tiwai site if its closes, owners say they have plans in place already.
The livestock carrier Nada has reached Mexico, according to vessel tracking website, Marine Traffic.
The Warehouse has taken to comparing its prices directly with Farmers, a type of advertising not common in New Zealand.
Fears are mounting that the outcome could sink not just Greece but the euro and the idea of the EU itself.
Greece isn't the only place with debt problems - the US commonwealth is in a fiscal crisis with a crushing debt load.
Prime Minister says milk prices move up and down, and milk is actually cheaper here than in the UK.
Waiariki Institute of Technology has been ordered to pay $40,000 after a tutor was seriously injured during a forest operations course.
Wednesday is d-day for New Zealand Aluminium Smelters, when bosses must make a decision about its electricity contact.
Australian charities bidding to buy state houses from the Government will not be subject to special conditions, Prime Minister John Key says.
Will a growing region be enough to entice Jetstar to land in Hamilton?
Smiths City's trading profits halved this year, the result of fierce competition