The election is one reason for a slight dip in Auckland property prices, Barfoot & Thompson says.
Horowhenua man arrested and charged with manslaughter following death of 20-year-old Lincoln Kidd during logging operation.
The NZ dollar has dropped below US83c after another dairy price slump.
It's hard to hold down a day job while setting up a completely new business, but it's a good idea.
Interim liquidators are appointed to a retirement complex where the elderly residents face an uncertain future.
Nats pledge $100m to buy and retire farmland near waterways to improve water quality.
Health board warns allowing children to frolic with baby spring animals could lead them to contracting serious and potentially life threatening diseases.
Australia's economy grew a mere 0.5 per cent in the June quarter, less than half the pace of the March quarter.
Tourism NZ and Chch Airport are joining forces to remind the Aussies that the South Island has a lot to offer.
Farm-owning group says its operating earnings have nearly doubled, helped by record milk production on some of its dairy farms.
NZX sees nearly $5 billion of new capital listed so far this year, despite a lack of monster debuts.
Wellington department store believes its retail arm made a pre-tax annual loss of $1.1m.
New Zealand's richest man has launched his new 107-metre 'expedition yacht' in Norway.
Lawyers for the city are arguing that plans to wipe out billions of dollars in debt should be approved.
Fonterra's milk payout forecast is under pressure as dairy prices suffer another big decline.
Out-of-towners lured to Wellington for the Beervana festival have risen to about 43 per cent of participants, up from 35 per cent last year.
A set of white overalls has sparked a stoush between NZ Meatworkers Union and Awarua-based South Pacific Meats.
Employees who lost jobs at an engineering business are the latest casualties of a slowdown across the industry.
New Plymouth bottlestores and supermarkets will now be forbidden to sell alcohol after 9pm.
Christchurch City Holdings likely had to pay a "significant premium" to Port Otago for shares it held in Lyttelton Port Company, an independent report says.