Will dairy intensification pay for better water quality?
The Government's estimated contribution to the $40 billion Christchurch rebuild has jumped $1.1 billion in a year.
Dunedin's Blis Technologies says sales will be backed by extra capacity at its production plant.
The bulk of Tourism New Zealand's marketing budget switches to the shoulder and low seasons for the next two years.
Finance Minister Bill English has no intention of stripping the pension from those over 65 who are working after Labour Party leader Andrew Little questioned the fairness of those over 65 who were working receiving it.
Government promises to back Southern Response's quake claims even if company needs more than the pledged $1b.
The Commerce Commission says Christchurch Airport still targeting excessive return
Retirement village operator says its first village in Melbourne was one of its fastest selling ever.
OPINION: Central city living is too lonely – we are moving to the suburbs.
The Budget provides the taxman with more funding to chase tax dodgers.
FMA has frozen the assets of Arena Capital, concerned the investments of possibly hundreds of investors are at risk.
The Government has announced it will spend an additional $108m on operational aspects of Christchurch's rebuild.
The Government's plan for a border clearance levy on passengers gets mixed view from tourism sector
The Government has put out a "benign" budget with a few boosters for business.
OPINION: Johnny Moore says it is time to abandon the central city rebuild plan.
Things are looking up for Christchurch tenants, with rents beginning to fall and more homes available.
Bankrupt developer David Henderson has attacked a decision that stopped him travelling abroad on a business trip.
Christchurch tech firm Jade sorftware is pushing ahead of schedule in its plans for profitability, cutting losses by two thirds last year.
Christchurch businesses want help with research and development in Budget 2015.
Costs of a Christchurch convention centre are becoming "prohibitive" says John Key.
Prices slip at Fonterra's GlobalDairyTrade auction for the fifth time in a row, with more expected.
The tourism industry laments slow progress on convention centres
Some big stores now offer email receipts - but what does that mean for your privacy?
Millions of dollars in cash for "big audacious" tourism projects is going begging due to a lack of good ideas.
Hearts will be skipping a beat across two nations as eight country hunks contest the Rural Bachelor of the Year competition.
China Airlines will expand its Christchurch service nearly 50 per cent after a successful 2014/15 season.
Rapidly rising house prices in Canterbury could be over for now, according to a bank's view.
OPINION: A rebuild timeline which shows 14 out of 19 projects behind is sobering. However an enormous amount of work is underway.
Agribusiness Scales Corporation posts higher total dividend than forecast