Leak at a Christchurch ice cream factory ties up firefighters for almost three hours.
Supermarket giant Foodstuffs South Island is progressing with plans for new store developments.
Doug Lawry is the essence of Kenny Beverages: your classic ‘can-do' New Zealander chipping out a business from his own hands.
Low food prices over winter may see annual inflation down to almost 1 per cent in figures due out this week.
Chch venture 'truly entrepreneurial'
Christchurch beauty products startup Sorbet finds being environmentally friendly has some drawbacks.
OPINION: Kiwis are not natural boasters, but businesses need to promote their achievements.
The PressHurunui farmers are rising in their hundreds to test Environment Canterbury's "collaborative" approach to water management.
If everything had gone according to plan, Kaiapoi would now be at the centre of the country's largest and most sophisticated industrial water bottling plant.
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Hurunui farmers are rising in their hundreds to test Environment Canterbury's "collaborative" approach to water management.
Canterbury landlords have been snapping up properties at record pace but many say new regulations would put them off buying more.
Just mention the word "wedding" to a potential vendor and prices will rise, according to frustrated 21st-century brides.
Retirement village entity is seeking to raise $50 million to $100m from new investors via an NZX listing, a prospectus says.
The rivalry between Lyttelton Port of Christchurch and Port of Tauranga continues, with both ports talking up progress on their inland Rolleston hubs.
SkyCity investors are concerned about the casino company's sluggish performance and share price, but new revenue figures offer some hope.
Analysts say New Zealand is a wealthy nation, but most of it is locked into our houses and our wealthier Australian cousins are similarly invested.
One hundred and fifty years after gold was found on the West Coast, oil exploration appears set to take off.
OPINION: You'd be a mug to think that anything you put on the web won't be around forever.
The 29 workers set to lose their jobs at a Christchurch insulation factory have a fair chance of finding more work in the city.
Rural products giant confirms 29 redundancies at its Dunedin plant, with nine more positions under threat.
One of our few remaining central-city landmarks is to be revamped. Civic leaders are questioning why.
Christchurch search company SLI Systems has been grilled by a couple of frustrated shareholders at its annual meeting in Christchurch.
Competition in home appliances and furniture has just intensified with the opening of Smiths City Group's new flagship store.
Chorus shares slipped after Commerce Commission suspended investigation that could have shed light on its ability to eke more money from copper broadband.
Fashion retailer Glassons bows to public pressure and removes thin mannequins from its stores.
The closure of Tasman Insulation's Christchurch factory would mean the loss of 29 jobs.
About 400 people attended the funeral of Mark Ford, who left his mark on Auckland and post-quake Christchurch.
Bargain hunters queue up for revamped Smiths City store after multimillion dollar redevelopment.
Visa officially removes the ability to sign for credit card payments this weekend.
Out of pocket South Canterbury Finance investors are seeking an inquiry into the company's collapse.
French dairy giant Danone may have to wait until 2018 to take its $545m claim against Fonterra Group to trial.
Lyttelton Port of Christchurch's (LPC) container volume continues to grow, but the loss of a key contract means traffic is expected to end flat for the 2014-15 financial year.
Two of the Christchurch City Council's trading companies may provide it with some financial relief in the form of special dividends.
Dry weather has caused national hydro lake storage levels to drop sharply in the past month.
Snapper tops prices of 12 commonly available fish, at $38 per kg, while hoki comes in cheapest at $13.29.
Investors in luxury Queenstown apartments successfully argue they didn't actually have to buy them.
Production workers could be affected by Heinz Wattie's plans to cut 100 jobs in NZ, union says.
EQC apologises after handing out wall brackets that failed its own safety standards.
Printing and distribution group PMP is offering its Christchurch premises on a sale and leaseback basis.
OPINION: New proposals seek to protect sub-contractors from the fall-out if firms owing final payments go broke.
Akaroa's Madeira Hotel is for sale.
"You couldn't sign off anything over certain levels," ex-South Canterbury Finance CEO says of the late Allan Hubbard.
Energy authority introduces new tyre approval mark which could save New Zealand $130 million in fuel every year.
NZ meat exports reached record high of $5.3bn in 2013-14, despite the high dollar, with exports up $480m on last season.
Central-city office building wins top award
A new central-city office building capturing elements of its historic predecessor has won a supreme award.
Suburb is at risk of "infrastructure failures" if developed too quickly, a community board member says.
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Plans to build gated subdivision on prime real estate in Governors Bay have angered residents.
High school students turn a young enterprise scheme recycling wine bottles into a fledgling money-maker.
Class action against former directors and sellers of Feltex shares will succeed if courts agree the firm's prospectus was flawed, lawyer says.
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