Retailers are expecting Santa to bring them more consumer dollars this year, especially on items for kids.
One of NZ's biggest and most valuable farms is for sale: The 13,800-hectare Lochinver Station near Taupo.
OPINION: When it comes to internet-related revenue, the elephant in the room has always been the treatment of the weightless web giants.
Chatham Rock Phosphate rubbishes claims by deep-sea fishing industry that the granting of permit to collect phosphate is step towards marine devastation.
A Canterbury recruitment company, New Zealand Skills in Demand, says it's a recruitment company with a difference.
Chocolate lovers' heaven is soon to open in the capital as the Cocoa Press launches The Wellington Chocolate Factory.
Christchurch City Councillor Jamie Gough says he has a good relationship with relative Ben Gough, whose ambitions for control of the big family business Gough Holdings concern Jamie's branch of the family.
Hanmer's thermal springs are at the heart of of the Hurunui economy.
The Mackenzie branch of Federated Farmers is taking a contentious plan change to the High Court for the second time.
We spend $16.5 billion a year in supermarkets on groceries. But have you ever wondered why they are laid out like they are?
The head of health insurer Southern Cross is leaving in June next year.
The 90-day trial period is having a "devastating effect" on young people, says union boss.
A contract dispute has led to 120 taxi drivers refusing to pick up passengers from Auckland airport.
Milk production fell just 1.6 per cent during the year despite the season being shortened by drought.
The promoter of a train trip to an Elton John concert has been convicted of breaching the Fair Trading Act.
Overseas fund manager who lost on Chorus, Meridian and Mighty River, won't invest here anymore blaming the political environment.
Taxi firm ends Auckland Airport contract, leaving 50 jobs uncertain, but airport denies it's a direct result of the dispute.
Qantas downgraded by Standard and Poor's a day after axing 1000 jobs and warning it could lose A$300 million in the first half.
The strengthening of the Kiwi dollar is not helping exporters, the Manufacturers and Exporters Association says.
OPINION: Chorus, internet providers and regulators should be sent back to the negotiating table to hammer out a deal.