Masala boss gets home detention

Head of an Indian restaurant chain forged documents to hire a woman as assistant manager, paid her $3 an hour and got her to do housecleaning.

NZ's self-made rich kids

They're young and probably richer than you.

How to invest in shares

Given up on buying a house? What about a slice of a big company?

Westland farmers irate

Was it a case of too far too fast, or was Westland Milk Products' value-add strategy flawed?

Sex crim register relies on Wynyard

Police invested millions in failed firm's software which underpins the new sex offender register.

World's newest plane lands in Auckland

Cathay Pacific's A350, the world's newest aircraft comes with promises of a whole new passenger experience.

$1000 to join Friends cafe

Fans of the TV show reckon you could buy the Central Perk couch for the price of membership at a new Singapore cafe.

My career is not a 'lifestyle choice'

OPINION: We will be left soulless as a culture if we refuse to believe creative degrees lead to work.

Store that sells lost airline luggage

A massive warehouse offering discounted items has been dubbed the "lost luggage capital of the world".

Hamilton's commercial property boom

Long-undervalued commercial city finally getting recognition it deserves thanks to its neighbour, agent says.

$45m for milk silo collapse

The costs of a silo which collapsed at a Fonterra milk factory will be in the tens of millions.

Family want out of mushroom-growing rental

Mushrooms in the hallway, mould in the kitchen. They wanted out.

Kiwis as tech Guinea Pigs

From pizza-delivering drones to Facebook alternatives, New Zealand is known abroad as a testing ground for new tech.

People encroaching on airport

An ever increasing population means more noise complaint issues, airport says.

Bobby calf case back in court

Home detention sentence hangs in the balance for man who abused 111 bobby calves after the Ministry for Primary Industries appeals.

Money gauge for the blind

Kiwis with low or no vision have a new way of telling if they've got a $5 or a $50 note in their hands.

5 vines you have to see

Vine may be closing down soon, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy these classics.

'RIP VINE: #GoneTooSoon'

Download your Vine vids - Twitter is shutting down video-sharing service "in the coming months".

US$1 trillion in roads, for free

Donald Trump has finally released a plan to pump billions of dollars of new infrastructure spending into the US economy.

Crackdown on Indian scam

US leaves a message with Indian call centre scammers, charging 61 people and companies and warning about jail time.

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