NZ almost finalised an agreement with Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan before the Crimean and Ukraine crises stalled talks.
One year in, controversial home loan restrictions are working but at the expense of first-home buyers.
Lyttelton Port boss Peter Davie's salary keeps rising, this year by 18 per cent to $1.24 million.
OPINION: At the risk of looking like someone who shouts at puppies and bites the heads off buttercups, Chalkie would like to talk about venture capital.
Business confidence is retreating, diving to a two-year low, with and pre-election politics are to blame, ANZ says.
Westland Milk not satisfied with payout to farmers despite a record total group revenue for 2013-2014.
Investment company Pyne Gould falls foul of the stock exchange for not filing audited accounts on time.
Seven protesters burst into the New Zealand Petroleum Summit this morning.
Another Christchurch home sells for $3.5m as the market goes 'bonkers' post-election.
Almost half NZ's greenhouse gases come from farmed animals and Palmerston North-based research groups are looking at ways to reduce that.
Missing a heat in a cow will cost a farmer at least $200 as the cow comes into milk later than she might have.
The OIO has retrospectively approved the sale of 35 hectares of land near Timaru to US investors.
Fonterra is the second-largest milk processor in the world but it trails many of its peers in adding value, research suggests.
OPINION: Leaders need to apply different skills when dealing with complicated problems.
South Korea’s ambassador to New Zealand has ramped up expectation that a free trade agreement is imminent.
OPINION: The importance of the regions to export earnings is well known but national agencies struggle to co-ordinate regional priorities.
Man who once introduced himself to Sir Paul Holmes as an "armed maniac" is jailed for millions of dollars worth of fraud.
A forestry and timber company has been fined after a worker lost part of his finger in an accident.
Synlait Milk receives its long-awaited approval to be be a registered manufacturer of infant formula in China.
Air New Zealand says prices are significantly lower than five years ago, but it will keep trying to bring fares down.