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Vodafone taken to court

Commerce Commission says customers overcharged $90,000 by Vodafone.

What's your 'health age'?

On average people's bad health habits have them on track to die two years early, research shows.

Budget: Five things to expect

Finance Minister Bill English will likely have some key issues top of mind.

KiwiRail 'may shut Palmerston line'

 Winston Peters claims to have inside information that KiwiRail may close Palmerston North rail line.

Jade logistics slips on global freight slowdown

Jade Software's outgoing chairman Ruth Richardson predicts heady days ahead for the company.

No extra paid parental leave

Govt plans to veto 26 weeks paid parental leave bill, which has passed its second reading.

'It's deathly quiet in here'

Retailers say Wellington's Johnsonville mall is becoming a ghost town, and they fear for its future.

Queenstown's uncertain fate

A town of unoccupied billionaire holiday homes and a two-hour commute for workers?

Vibrant mural set to inspire

Mural the first step in city transformation, turning drab alleys into vibrant spaces

Joyriders steal bikes, kill animals

Thieves stole bikes and slaughtered a pig and a cow as they travelled across two farms.

Welcome to Marlborough...

It's a fresh new welcome for motorists driving into Marlborough.

Who are your mentors?

Would you call anyone your mentor? Have you ever considered finding a mentor? What on earth is a mentor in today's world and how the hell do you find one!

Rent becoming more unaffordable

When you compare wage and rent increases, there is a big difference.

More Wicked Campers slogans banned

Its offensive slogans are being banned, but the company's doing nothing about it.

Budget 2016: What's been announced?

Bill English will have a Budget trick or two up his sleeve - but what cards are already on the table?

Public meeting for 'Marlborough City'

Both haters and supporters welcome the debate about how to market Blenheim.

Religious charities in spotlight

Parody religions could earn tax exemptions under current laws, commentators say.

Yarrows charged over injury

Yarrows has pleaded guilty to a charge laid after an employee was seriously injured last year.

Our multibillion dollar problem

Meet the number one cause of our ballooning welfare bill.

Simple fixes for foreign trust issue?

Transparency International and Massey University tax expert tell Shewan Inquiry what they think needs to be done.

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