Sealord is seeking to turn the domestically unpopular hoki into an everyday alternative to salmon. Come aboard its trawler.
Ryan Sanders is a driven entrepreneur who sought autonomy after a brush with the corporate world.
Bring your own device policies are increasingly common in SMEs as a way to lift productivity and meet staffs' growing technology expectations.
Further work is needed on company valuations during takeovers, the New Zealand Shareholders Association says.
John Penno insists Synlait Milk is not just about his efforts.
Two companies involved in the transfer of logs at Lyttelton Port have halted operations after officials raised concerns about the quality of their vehicles.
The Government is chasing a Chch company for $800,000 over allegedly defective and leaky school buildings.
Beef steer prices are heading for a record high, while lamb, dairy, and grains prices remain flat.
Jessica Close is the latest young entrepreneur to grace the Christchurch inner city, with her design store Lawn Interiors.
The Petone Countdown supermarket property has been sold to an Auckland-based group for $22.275 million.
Surveys suggest farmers are not money hungry and lean more toward environmental stewardship than making big profits.
Kiwi farming couple attending Global Farmer Roundtable that will focus on the challenge of feeding another two billion people.
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Paris Hilton tweets the world that her latest raunchy Carl's Jr ad has been banned in New Zealand.
Apartment blocks and multi-level terrace homes may be built at Three Kings Quarry by Fletcher Building.
Spark chief refuses to guarantee job cuts are over but says any changes will be small and slow.
Goodman Property Trust has sold a manufacturing site in Christchurch for between $15 million and $20m to help fund a $100m pipeline of new building projects.