Limeworks company to pay $100,000 to worker's partner after "horrific" death.
OPINION: It's easy to be blasé about failure when you've had some success.
Next year's rugby tour could be worth $28 million to Wellington, in just one week.
Incomes for households at the top have increased by $28,000, while down the bottom it's not so rosy.
Blenheim isn't the first town to consider a name change. How would you like to live in Google?
Lotto wants phone-accessible "instant win games" - but anti-gambling groups are worried.
John Key won't call Auckland housing a crisis, but three-quarters of Kiwis say otherwise.
Revolution in solar, batteries will render conventional energy, transport "obsolete in 15 years".
Do we have a housing crisis, or a challenge? And what's the difference? We break it down for you.
Wellington commuters are promised longer trains, smarter staff and better service.
It has an indoor equestrian centre, stables, a vineyard, multiple homes and is selling for $8.5m.
Days before the Budget, we've learned Bill English is averse to answering questions about an extension to paid parental leave, writes Tracy Watkins.
The city council is vowing to fix Christchurch's bumpy roads after shortcomings in the infrastructure repair programme.
Ombudsman says releasing ministers' use of tax-funded cars is of strong public interest.
A Christchurch company making motors for air conditioners has been called in for the 2022 Football World Cup in Qatar.
ANALYSIS: The Government is feeling the strain to sort Auckland's housing problems - what will it deliver?
Bay of Plenty's housing and construction market has helped it secure its status as top performing region.
Health technology firm shows global exporters can succeed on NZX says analyst.
A farmer's diversion of a stream has left a civil engineer mortified.
A Wellington software development company wants to turn the ticketing industry on its head.
A report suggests the big lenders could almost completely stop coal lending within five years.
A report on the hotel market suggests the major tourist centres need an extra 26 hotels over the next decade.
Tim Norton explains how his video production company won investment from the company that invested in Apple and Google.
Help for those most in need in the Budget, John Key says.
Some visiting Americans met their match when they challenged a Kwinana kebab shop server to a wrestling match to win some free falafels.
A Blenheim business group wants to firm up its membership, secure funding and encourage businesses to collaborate.
What do you say when you're asked what you currently earn during a job interview?
Auckland entrepreneur Marian Makkar shares how growing up in the Middle East and coming to NZ shaped her views on business and being a woman.
Swedish specialist cabling firm takes on factory's 19 remaining staff.
Farmers would prefer greater access to fast broadband than cash handouts in Thursday's Budget.
Napier finance company faces 32 charges laid by Commerce Commission
A neighbour's complaint cost Ben Kemp, but they won't tell him what he did wrong.
Handbrake's on the promotion unless auction site achieves 50,000 paying members.
Peter Dunne calls for nationwide housing conference, saying "piecemeal" solutions aren't enough.
US firm is sourcing milk from NZ cows grazing on grass because of its health benefits.
New Westpac director Mary Quin once wrestled an AK47 from a captor while a hostage in Yemen.
Five retirement villages under development to accommodate growing elderly population.
Little Aussie battler is taken on by US footwear giant over the use of the 'ugg' label.
Working with Nelson's sister cities is the key to building a business relationship with China, says Bill Findlater.
The New Zealander named as one of Britain's 500 most influential people calls on Kiwis to tackle low savings rates.
In the second of a pre-budget data series on the health system, we look at the pressures of mental health in NZ.
Ratepayer-backed insurer wants to hike directors' fees by 15 per cent, even though it can't write new business.
Are you as well off as you think you are? Compare your household to the rest of NZ with our income calculator.
The owner of a spaceship-like Christchurch office complex is asking tenants to stay for a redevelopment rather than skate into the central city.
Anything less than $700m and the health system won't keep up, say unions.
A world title shot promises Parker's biggest payday yet, but his former manager says he'll earn more in NZ.
A deportee flew back to NZ after an airline employee deliberately spelt their name wrong to avoid a "do not board" warning.
Hollywood studios supportive of NZ family-friendly online TV venture, says founder.
Countdown beats Foodstuffs to the punch on national click and collect service in battle for online customers.
With the ski season just weeks away from opening, a heavy snow dump has blanketed South Island fields.