The owner of a pristine Abel Tasman beach is being chased for millions of dollars by the Bank of New Zealand.
Nadine Taylor was disappointed to learn quota owners would receive compensation, but there was no provision for operators who leased quota.
Marlborough residents with empty water tanks should check companies trucking in water are meeting public health standards.
"The theatre trust appreciated every donation, no matter how small. We respect everything everyone's given us."
Renting in central Auckland can be expensive - but $170 to share a bunk bed?
John Spencer, who topped the Rich List for many years, has reportedly died in London.
South Port's net profit improved by more than 50 per cent in the second half of 2015.
Richlister Sir Bob Jones has bought a central Wellington building for $3.7m.
Ruakura consents due in February, as Waikato's logistics credentials grow.
House sales and prices up but data interpreted as being weak, especially in Auckland.
PropertyPlot, the first participant in a Christchurch cluster, has raised $200,000 from the programme only two months after the business started.
Shareholders Association to oppose Wynyard plan at shareholders' meeting.
When Ralph and Evelyn Forlong switched from farming to selling furniture, their aim was to make just £40.
Other events are being held around the festival to entice people to spend longer in Marlborough and extend the party atmosphere.
Ex-Conservatives leader Colin Craig wants to build affordable homes to ease Auckland's housing crisis.
A six month project to extend Queenstown Airport's runway, allowing for night flights to the resort to start in July, has been completed.
Bell Tea and Christchurch coffee roaster Hummingbird look to expand together.
Retail experts doubt cash will die in 10 years, but expect some shops to stop accepting it.
Pukeko Pictures' remake of cult TV show to be screened on demand on Amazon.
Cake store closes in Garden Place after daily dramas and multiple calls to police.
Some people commented that conflict between pedestrians and drivers might be reduced by pedestrianising parts of the town centre.
A Southland blueberry farm has the goal to increase its production tenfold in 2016.
Attacks on dairy farmers from animal rights advocates are escalating, supporters say.
Casino operator quickly profits from extra gaming machines under government deal.
Government hopes the US and Pacific nations can come to an agreement on fishing rights.
Auckland couple deny six charges of deceiving Mighty River Power.
An iconic Herne Bay pub is among the sites being redeveloped under the Government's Auckland housing plan.
Solid Energy says its West Coast mine is still losing money and it's looking at its closure.
The Pohokura platform has undergone a $70 million spruce up
Wellington Chamber of Commerce claims members see strong benefits from extension.
It's love, not porn, says sex-tech entrepreneur Cindy Gallop - and she believes NZ could play a big part.
Guest nights on the rise across all accommodation types.
Emirates releases sharp pricing for new Auckland to Dubai service.
Petrol prices are at a fresh year low after another drop in the price of oil.
The designer of a New Zealand-made training bike has found a distributor in Europe.
New app helps busy, tech-savvy farmers deal with health and safety.
One of New Zealand's richest families has sold its entire vineyard holding in Marlborough.
The Waikato's newest icecream factory is on the hunt for workers.
New Easter shop rules get support, but bylaws needed to make them work make it "costly" and "complicated".
Sunny Gisborne is the best place in NZ for would-be landlords looking for a good return.
Across the Tasman, the troubled retailer is losing over $3 million a week.
People selling Auckland houses now want far more than they did last year.
Here's 140 characters or less - Twitter is in trouble.
The private education provider is under the shadow of a Serious Fraud Office enquiry.
Man who wrote "no rubba, no hubba-hubba" slogan enters te reo Maori business.
Auckland bus passengers face more disruption to their daily commutes
They've long been the butt of grumbles from consumers, but our phone companies insist they're amazing.
Threats against her life not enough to keep Loraine Anne Jayme's name secret.
Ports of Auckland is moving ahead with plans to develop a Waikato freight hub.
OPINION: OPINION: Prime Minister John Key and his Australian counterpart, Malcolm Turnbull, will take the stage next week for what should have been a mutual love-in.