Cera is preparing to end its involvement in structural safety assessments of building stock.
Ex-owner of Carlucciland, an eccentric museum, mini-golf and paintball venue, is declared bankrupt.
US company will gain full control of a Canterbury high country station after appeal fails.
The Commerce Commission has released a largely unchanged final report on Fonterra's base milk price calculation for the 2013-14 dairy season.
Canterbury farmers may be forced to pay the bulk of a $40 million a year irrigation tax.
Kathmandu's new national head offices are for sale even before they are built.
Nineteen retirement villages and aged-care facilities across NZ consider a plan to amalgamate.
Philippine authorities suspend two NZ firms from recruiting workers over claims of exploitation.
Infrastructure investor Infratil sells Lumo Energy and Direct Connect Australia to Snowy Hydro Ltd for NZ$742m, pushing up Infratil shares.
Despite a tough year at its Mt Hutt field, NZSki is going ahead with further investment at its southern skifields.
Man being run over by a faulty forklift at concrete factory was a "tragedy waiting to happen''.
Fulton Hogan unjustifiably sacked worker who claimed he inadvertently ate two hash cupcakes.
Turbine-maker Windflow Technology today reported a $5.2 million loss for the year to June 30.
Lodge owner ordered to pay worker more than $8000 in lost wages and compensation.
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The owner of building company Williams and Co insists customers need not worry.
Communication key in case of contractor who ripped up supermarket carpark after not being paid, law firm says.
Uprising Climbing Holds owner Sefton Priestley has been rock-climbing since he was a child.
New Zealand shell companies may have played a part in the biggest money-laundering operation in eastern Europe.
Australians are arriving in larger numbers wanting to "avago" in the Christchurch rebuild.
Looming election slows house sales nationally, but Christchurch prices are still climbing.
Turners G& Growers has signed a joint venture with Chilean fruitgrower Unifrutti to grow table grapes in Peru.
Two Christchurch businessmen have been fined $35,000 each for breaches of the Financial Reporting Act 1933.
Martin Aircraft raised $6.5m from high-net-worth investors for developing "jetpack" flying machine.
Dual-listed New Talisman Gold Mines says stockpiled ore from its Talisman site on the Coromandel Peninsula shows encouraging grades of gold per tonne of material.
Future interest rate rises may come much later and be smaller than earlier expected, economists say.
NZers should prepare for a world in which people try to flee troubles in their own countries, ex-state premier warns.
Christchurch council-owned infrastructure and maintenance company quadruples profit to almost $13m.
Martin Aircraft raises money from high-net worth investors as it continues to mull an initial public offering.
The Australasian media company said investor interest, while significant, was not satisfactory.
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A new 300-bed, multimillion-dollar backpackers is planned for Bealey Ave in Christchurch.
It has taken a decade, but Islington industrial park finally has its first occupant.
Revenue growth for small and medium-sized businesses is at a five-year high, pointing to wage rises and job growth.
Industry pays tribute to a man they say helped make the $1.2 billion NZ wine industry what it is today.
High Court ruling in favour of insurers of quake-damaged Islington Park stands after developers' appeal dismissed.
Tenants are being told they will benefit from being back in central Christchurch.
Business picked up for hotels and motels in July particularly in the South Island, partly reversing a big dip in June.
Significant weakening of the Japanese yen fuels "incredible demand" for used import cars in NZ.
Small contractors stung by building company collapses will get little change from Construction Contracts Act changes.
Second-hand appliance retailer seeking more than $500k in damages after chain cancelled contract.
Developer hopes Govt transition out of Christchurch recovery will include 'not just politicians'.
Christchurch City Holdings announces five new directors for three city-owned trading companies under its supervision.
A knighthood is another tick on the bucket list for Canterbury's Sir Robert Stewart.
Controversial businessman Rob Strickland seeks liquidation, with creditors owed more than $100,000.
Labour rejects NZIER report that calls capital gains tax flawed.
Improved disclosure requirements for KiwiSaver have not translated to lower fees, according to a new survey.
Healthy eating might seem prohibitively expensive - but it is possible to do it on a shoestring budget.
Woman admits using EQC cars, fuel cards, and a cellphone for her own purposes while on staff.
Labour Party says it proposed changes to increase protection for subcontractors over a year ago.
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