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As tastes change Coca-Cola is trying to flog more of its fizzy using a tricky marketing move.
Tatua's new CEO is a local who grew up just down the road from the co-op's HQ.
OPINION: The key to getting the best possible price for your gifts is to be prepared, patient and informed.
Ryman's latest retirement village openings bring the number of residents under its care to more than 10,000.
A study into Lyttelton's chemical storage tanks is relaxed about risk - opening up possibilities for a cruse ship berth.
Reservations expressed about Wanaka Airport's future development costs and who gets to foot the bill.
Almost one in five Kiwis feel we are attracting too many overseas visitors.
A record number of visitors has helped Zealandia turn around its financial woes.
Supermarket closed by Queensgate quake risk is reformed as a massive 'pop up' shop.
Council tells quake-concerned public to take it up with building owners.
A former clothing store worker claims a gang member threatened her family, on the orders of her boss.
They won't reveal themselves until the NZME merger is decided.
Good news for those wanting to have a quiet beer at this summer's Gibbston Valley Summer concert.
A truck stop owner has designed an ablution block with a payment app for freedom campers.
Matt Bowden - a star player in New Zealand's legal high industry - could be made bankrupt.
Timaru family business Denheath Desserts has been lent more than $360,000 through PledgeMe.
Subsidies for quake-stricken Kaikoura business will now carry on until mid-March.
Auckland haven no longer on island time, now that ultra-fast broadband has been rolled out on Waiheke.
It's a cold war when it comes to the biggest office gripe, a new survey has shown.
Fonterra is making a play for health-conscious Chinese consumers with its new line of premium milks.
OPINION: Bursting the bubble on the economy has unintended psychological results at work.
A Wellington financial educator is worried about how few parents are talking to their children about money.
Hopes that new sandwich and salad bar will be habit forming in Palmerston North.
OPINION: Prime Minister John Key provided the spark of inspiration for young Kiwi entrepreneur Jake Millar.
Customers are seriously falling out of love with the mall - is there any way to lure them back?
Ex-Auckland council employee and roading contractor found guilty of corruption worth more than $1m.
Ngai Tahu has nearly tripled its assets to $1.5b in 10 years, making it one of the most financially successful iwi.
A prized one-off Ferrari LaFerrari has become the most valuable car ever made in the 21st Century.
It's been 15 years since NZ was put on the map as Middle-earth, and it still lures tourists in droves.
A new business has a point of difference - it is making the difference to people in need.
International visitor numbers to the Nelson-Tasman region are up 20 per cent on last year.
Sexual harassment, leering customers and public shaming just part of the job at Australian lingerie and sex-toy chain Honey Birdette, ex-worker says.
Head-scratching as Queenstown Airport buys 106 hectares of critical, strategic land next to Wanaka Airport.
Chinese consul-general in Marlborough to talk tourism, wine, business and education.
OPINION: KiwiSaver can make the difference to the quality of your retirement years.
OPINION: What has happened in the economy during his reign?
Competition watchdog gives News Corp tycoon permission for $38m Australian acquisition.
His handling of the economy puts Australia to shame, economist says.
Bill English gives financial update, says reducing debt and earthquake recovery more important than tax cuts
Reducing debt and paying for the Kaikoura quake are more important than tax cuts, says the man who will be NZ's next prime minister.
Millions still missing after Kiwis invest big in company with ponzi scheme hallmarks, liquidators say.
So what is Gareth Morgan planning?
Reduced ACC levies on cars welcomed by AA but rubbished by Labour as political move.
Genevieve Toop: Farmers filming themselves drinking water from their streams are playing a game of Russian roulette
Farmers filming themselves drinking water from their streams are playing a game of Russian roulette.
'This is going to be a thing we laugh at one day': Sydney man's house mistakenly demolished, neighbour's house still standing
When Steve Ballas got a call saying his house was being demolished, he thought it was a joke. But no.
Coda Group says its Rolleston inland port operation will help reduce trucks traffic through Christchurch.
The Retirement Commissioner's plan to grow KiwiSaver, as told through superhero doll clips.
An offer between $100m and $120m reportedly being made for Fairfax Media.
They were just sitting in the field, now they're gone. But they're pretty big, so did anyone notice them being pinched?