Auckland Council votes overwhelmingly in favour of a $99-a-year extra transport levy.
Stronger profit margins helped the bank's half-year profit leap 28 per cent.
Commerce Commission told to justify why wholesale internet prices are 'massively out of line'.
Investment banker Stephen Jennings has issued defamation proceedings against Fairfax Media.
Companies have been told they will be knocked offline if they don't pay up.
Film-makers applaud an idea to turn old Auckland Air Force hangars into film studio space.
Fuel retailer says it has not been making "windfall" profits because of falling world oil prices.
A landlord is charging Filipino workers up to $145 a week for a single bed in a seven bedroom house.
Say what you will about Kim Kardashian, there's no denying she's a savvy businesswoman.
Kiwi dollar fell against the Australian currency following the release of labour market figures.
Ursula Allen was Christmas shopping at the Warehouse when she was asked to leave. She was on the list. It was "humiliating".
WorkSafe staff say they prefer education to enforcement when it comes to farm safety.
From shearing shed hand to corporate strategist to company director - it has been quite a journey for Mavis Mullins.
The Reserve Bank will likely cut official interest rates twice this year, according to economists, throwing more fuel on the housing market fire.
May's Bakery's Stafford St businesses are for sale and its southern shop could be remodelled if no buyer emerges.
Finding competent candidates for jobs is becoming harder in Christchurch as the pool of local workers shrinks.
Movie mogul James Cameron is supporting more innovation in the emerging technology.
OPINION: How can you help youngsters bridge the gap between learning and work?
Cow number 209 is no ordinary cow.
Stockton Mine workers have been called to a meeting in Westport on Thursday.
Delegat Group has acquired land in Hawke's Bay to support long term growth.
MPI describes the 1080 blackmail threat as "live", more than a month after deadline set by blackmailer to contaminate infant formula.
Terrorism expert advises NZ 'soft targets' like hotels to screen staff for terrorism risk.
A Taranaki environmental advocacy group has changed its tone on the Maui gas field consent application opting to support it under strict conditions.
Former Telecom chief executive and co-founder of My Food Bag says she is honoured to be seen as a role model to other women in business.
The Taranaki branch of Forman Insulation is closing and 18 people are set to lose their jobs, a union leader has said.
More sites affected by Fletchers' weak concrete.
A house under construction in Christchurch will be amongst the greenest in New Zealand.
Whitcoulls still looking for a leader as it reshapes its focus and locations.
Touch screen tech company flat out.
The Crown is still waiting to recover an estimated $330 million for the residential red zone properties it acquired post-quake.
New car and commercial vehicle sales have turned in the best April since 1989.
Retailer on track to beat last year's profit with sales up for the first three months.
High Court places home investment company into liquidation.
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg describes relationship with late husband as "truest partnership that I could imagine".
First sale of hundreds of state houses to community housing providers announced.
Want to target customers using social media? Try stalking them a bit first.
OPINION: Bill English must feel a little like Mother Hubbard when he looks at the Budget he will bring down in two weeks time. So much to do, such an empty cupboard.
A reverse takeover of Mega by shell company TRS has been abandoned.
Mid Canterbury family picks up more agriculture business after winning the distribution rights to sell Pacific Seeds products.
Floyd Mayweather's victory over Manny Pacquiao was a huge payday for host MGM.
Prices have continued to fall at Fonterra's GlobalDairyTrade auction.
Inspired by Uber, Domino's pizza lovers will soon be able to use their smartphones to track their orders' journey.
A contractor struck by a falling tree trunk suffered a fractured skull and severe brain injuries.
Dave Henderson paid his personal power bill from company funds but left IRD waiting for PAYE tax.
The Porirua real estate agent found guilty of disgraceful conduct has been fined $10,000, but says the leniency of the fine clears him of suspicion.
Retirement village plans in Remuera have put residents' backs up.
New Zealand is in serious trouble with its beef industry, according to angus breeder Gerald Hargreaves.
Beekeeping runs in the family for Paul Bartrum.
Faulty concrete was supplied to a huge roading project in Auckland.