Auckland developer with National Party links fined almost $20,000 for breaching RMA and Building Act.
Chairman Peter McBride has slammed the $885 million "kiwifruit claim" against the Government.
Big dairy price drop has left farmers reeling and prompted economists to slash their forecast for Fonterra's milk payout.
A quake-damaged home in Redcliffs has been rebuilt without authorisation on top of an historic Maori settlement site.
The country's largest bank will not rule out "offshoring" more jobs to cheap labour as it eyes new ways to cut costs.
Real estate firm heads to court over a telling off for selling a house without disclosing a suicide had taken place there.
Dairy prices may be down again, but the world price of beef keeps rising.
Average asking prices hit $491,050 in March but fell to $487,650 last month, Trade Me says.
This issue, like so many in business, is about balance.
Vodafone NZ has reported a $28 million annual loss and warned there's more to come.
Fonterra has pleaded not guilty to dumping of millions of litres of milk byproduct.
The proposed online music platform has severed all ties with its founder ahead of next year's planned launch.
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Charges of dirty dairying laid against a former farm manager have been withdrawn.
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Wellington bus company pleads guilty to charge over passengers trapped by doors.
Visits to farms in the US has changed the way a Federated Farmers' leader views genetic modification.
An Auckland office product store's bid to sell alcohol to workplaces is struck down by Liquor Licensing Authority.
Dunedin manufacturing firm Donaghys is to lay off almost half its staff, blaming a weak economy.
The publisher is slashing costs as its print advertising revenue dwindles and new products disappoint.
All eyes will be on the dollar and Fonterra as fallout from the overnight plunge in dairy prices spreads.
Friends of dead port workers, the union and a city councillor criticise Lyttelton Port boss' pay rise.
Environment Southland's role in biosecurity and the effects of agrichemicals on soils and waterways has been questioned after the death of cattle.
Using one nutrient discharge measuring tool for all farms is not sensible or practical, Fed Farmers says.
Timaru is piloting a programme designed to help businesses become technology savvy.
A slump in the NZ dollar could see motorists paying record prices in excess of $2.30 a litre for fuel.
Several Trans-Tasman Resources independent directors have resigned following a review aimed at preserving cash.
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NZ's oil production is expected to grow by 5 to 7 million barrels a year, taking total production to up to 19 million barrels.
A tax fraudster returns to court to fight the Inland Revenue Department removing his company from its list of tax agents.
Environment Canterbury commissioner Peter Skelton has criticised farmers calling for eleventh-hour changes to water rules that they have been consulted on for years.
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Nationwide, 28 category winners and 14 rising stars have been recognised across five regions by the Deloitte Fast 50.
House at centre of $590k High Court claim slumped 360mm in Christchurch quakes, expert says.
A Bay of Plenty wananga has repaid $5.9m after a Maori tourism course was found to have fallen well short of requirements.
An 18 per cent pay hike for Lyttelton Port's CEO is "inflammatory" after waterfront deaths, says union.
Financial Markets Authority renews KiwiSaver provider sales tactics warning as the amount of money switched between schemes soars.
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New CEO Anthony Healy dilutes the top team gender balance with his new appointments.
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Foodstuffs has backtracked on a decision to move from it's Silverstream headquarters in mid-2015.
Westland Milk not satisfied with payout to farmers despite a record total group revenue for 2013-2014.
Investment company Pyne Gould falls foul of the stock exchange for not filing audited accounts on time.
Seven protesters burst into the New Zealand Petroleum Summit this morning.
Another Christchurch home sells for $3.5m as the market goes 'bonkers' post-election.
Almost half NZ's greenhouse gases come from farmed animals and Palmerston North-based research groups are looking at ways to reduce that.
Missing a heat in a cow will cost a farmer at least $200 as the cow comes into milk later than she might have.
Fonterra is the second-largest milk processor in the world but it trails many of its peers in adding value, research suggests.