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Grammar zone through the roof

Does paying a premium house price to be in a good Auckland school area pay off?

Sky merger 'stay' granted

Spark and 2degrees secure legal ruling that would block Sky/Vodafone merger pending appeal.

Tensions boil over at Cadbury meeting

Bitter taste left in Dunedin Mayor's mouth after Cadbury management meeting, thanks to media intrusion.

'Eye-popping' house price rises

Auckland's been out of reach for some time now for many buyers - but Whangarei?

Ex-lover's 'nuclear' attack against boss

Woman's public airing of grievances against Australian TV boss was the "nuclear option", Sydney judge says.

Freight hub adds 300 jobs

Ports of Auckland says it is making an economic contribution to the country, despite tough environment.

Sam Neill's Cadbury protest

Dunedin's his home town, and he wants Kiwis and Australians to boycott the chocolate-maker's products.

Lawyer software raises $600,000

Instead of sitting down with a lawyer to create your will, you could soon do it with the click of a mouse.

ACC are 'scumbags', radiation victim says

Dream of compensation put on hold amidst further hurdles.

Dubai's rotating skyscraper

First of its kind building will turn 360 degrees, offering those inside a truly unique view.

Masterton to get Easter Sunday trading

It was tight, but the Masterton District Council is allowing shops to open on Easter Sunday.

Cuts are Fairfax's 'plan B'

Fairfax Media has prepared cuts and would go straight into "consolidation mode" if NZME merger rejected.

Vero bid 'bad news for customers'

Canadian company now has competition for New Zealand insurer.

Sky TV losing viewers, profit

The pay TV broadcaster lost an average of almost 200 customers per day in the second half of last year.

Enough space for grapes

The post-quake scramble to repair tanks in time for harvest seems to have paid off.

Throw a BBQ, it's on the council

Aucklanders offered $200 grants to throw neighbourhood parties and events.

Koha Kai 'unstoppable'

For two years they have been cooking in small school kitchens, now the Koha Kai team is getting ready for its biggest challenge.

Ebos outgrows home roots

Ebos started life as a small Christchurch business but is now taking on the world with its pharmacy and pet food products.

Room for another high school?

Faith-based primary school wants to take secondary students.

Sacred Space: A story of Seaview

A vineyard that has become almost as iconic as the wine produced there.

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