"Sorry and good luck" text dismissal of a worker costs former boss thousands.
Wellington beer maker Panhead has been snapped up by a global brewing giant.
The kiwi reacted to Fonterra's surprise milk price forecast announcement.
Apple's tried to break into TV for years and may be looking to rival Netflix.
A merger would help protect the future of journalism, Fairfax NZ and NZME say.
Wanaka developer secures tender to buy a ratepayer-owned land bank.
Airlines will save on air traffic fees over the next three years, but passengers are unlikely to benefit, an expert says.
The theatre continues to be a mixed blessing for the Clubs of Marlborough.
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Dunedin bar loses liquor licence after firefighters find 300 people packed into 160-capacity bar.
OPINION: The sale of another Kiwi craft brewery to a big beer company is not the end of the world.
Homeless advocate: ‘We’re dealing with people who are living in cars. We were hoping to see more.’
For eight years Megan O'Sullivan worked at an IT contractor, avoiding income tax and GST. She ended up with a half million dollar unpaid tax bill.
150 icons from piupiu, to hangi, poi to taiaha are represented in a distinctly Kiwi keyboard.
They weren't in the Budget, but Finance Minister Bill English hopes to bring tax reductions in election year.
Commercial property investment has surpassed pre-GFC levels, new research shows.
Crowe Horwath has launched a health and safety app for farms and agricultural businesses
Aglionby House - an industrial building, with dynamic angles - wins gold at national property awards show.
Company says move to direct sales in US hospital market has been paying off.
Only 52 dairy farms have been sold so far this year, compared to 97 during the same period last year.