$500m plans for Shelly Bay

Future shape of Wellington's Shelly Bay has been revealed in consent documents.

Robo-retail a prescient sign

Like your job? Enjoy it and upskill before the robots take it away.

China needs 100,000 pilots

Pilots in huge demand for next two decades as air travel expands in China.

Pak 'n Save Santa not so sweet

Taking back Santa: One man's mission to bring down Hamilton's Coca-Cola Christmas display.

A $14m leaky home bill

North Shore apartment block owners, some of them elderly, abruptly asked to find $14m to repair their leaky building.

Region's tourism industry seeks more international travellers

Manawatu's visitors are overwhelmingly Kiwi but there are moves to change that.

Media merger under scrutiny

Commerce Commission worries about editorial independence under future ownership.

Paddle Pop pulls ad

Paddle Pop has pulled a 15-second kids' advertisement after a complaint about it was upheld.

Freebie labour blatant in NZ

Investigation finds paying of workers with beds, food and Wi-Fi is rife in NZ, particularly in accommodation industry.

Special quake powers for Wellington

Council can now force Wellington landlords to have buildings assessed and share the results.

No 'VSkyV' conference

Competition watchdog set to go straight to ruling on Sky-Vodafone merger, says spokesman.

Record payout over death

Family of man who was fatally crushed by a log while doing community work will receive $172,000 from Corrections.

Port losing traffic

New shipping routes since the quake are bypassing Picton.

End of the line for NZ rail?

The future of rail in New Zealand could be under threat if earthquake damage on east coast is not repaired.

Breaking the bubble machine

Here's six big ideas to smooth out the constant boom and bust cycle of the housing market.

Kaikoura moteliers face uncertain future

Uncertainty around insurance, building integrity, and the future of Kaikoura Tourism have some locals worried.

Eight ways to change KiwiSaver

Recommendations to improve KiwiSaver are on the way, but how many of them are realistic?

Hundreds queue for free sushi

Eighteen-year-old Chanelle Watt doesn't even like sushi, but she stood in line with hundreds in New Plymouth.

Hello deer, you're rare

Rare arrivals at Taranaki wildlife park stun experienced deer farmers with unusual colour pattern.

How to pay off your credit card

Vicki had a $14,000 credit card debt 4 years ago. Now, she owns her own home.

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