EQC's top engineer has won an appeal against findings he was negligent and incompetent.
More elderly people are opting for retirement village living, prompting efforts to lift understanding of their pros and cons.
A Te Aroha man is reeling after a judge handed him a $65,000 fine for offences at a piggery.
The Wellington man responsible for the single biggest individual fraud in New Zealand's history has been declared bankrupt.
With the "relentless" falls in global dairy prices, the Reserve Bank is likely to cut official interest rates to 2.5 per cent by October economists say, back to its record lows.
NZ's reaction to the biggest rout in Chinese shares in eight years is a small decline.
White males are key in overcoming pay inequality, a prominent lawyer says.
More than 65 workers are looking for new jobs after two West Coast companies missed out on a region-wide roading contract.
Households save hundreds of dollars each year by switching power companies.
Arrival and departure tax could result in fewer flights, lobby group warns.
'We've lost a father and a hard working, decent man because this industry works people too hard,' partner says.
Protecting Pharmac's purchasing model is one of Labour's bottom lines in support for TPP, Labour leader Andrew Little says.
Deborah Battell shares the challenges and highlights of her six years as Banking Ombudsman.
Cleaning up a dirty nappy problem is the goal behind a Marton man's new venture.
The markets watchdog says directors' “limited personal assets” means there would be little prospect of recovering funds.
Social Development Minister Anne Tolley says plenty of service providers get into "difficulty" but that wasn't a reason not to offer them contracts.
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Z Energy has cut fuel prices by 3 cents a litre, following calls from the Automobile Association for a drop.
Banks will be reluctant to force indebted dairy farmers to sell up, Finance Minister predicts.
Bidders have made offers for what Shanghai Pengxin says is the "legitimate" sale of its dairy farms in south Waikato.