Business

Shops to defy Easter trading laws

Prospect of brisk trade will lure some garden centres to risk a $1000 fine on Good Friday.

What not to ask working women

There are questions you shouldn't ask women, and they are always the questions you do ask.

Sacked coffee worker gets $10K

Auckland coffee cart staffer wrongly fired under the 90-day trial period wins compensation.

Keen on an Anzac dollar?

There are some good reasons for a trans-Tasman currency but it would be a very hard sell.

Plan to revitalise Porirua CBD

Porirua's former post office building could be turned into apartments following the council's purchase of the building.

$400m family feud back in court

Children of late business magnate Hugh Green continue fight over his fortune.

GFC shockwaves still reverberating in housing market

The global financial crisis is still having an impact on New Zealand's housing eight years later, according to new research.

The Design Depot owner "buzzing" after Chicago trip

Raylene Marsh is "buzzing" with new ideas.

Home on the driving range

Metlifecare has conditionally bought land at Auckland's Manukau Golf Course from Fletcher Living.

Boost planned for staff share schemes

Inland Revenue hopes to cut red tape holding back employee shares schemes and stock options.

Dairy industry 'out of control'

Investigation catches out dairy farmers around the country who have short changed or exploited staff by breaching employment laws.

Christchurch confidence has peaked

Queenstown has overtaken Auckland as the most optimistic commercial property scene in the country.

Cameron snaps up organic empire

James Cameron has further distanced himself from dairy farming, adding an organic vegetable venture to his Wairarapa portfolio.

Christchurch homes more affordable

That first home has come a little closer for Christchurch buyers.

Datacom wins $247m contract

Kiwi IT company Datacom has capped another year of growth with a big win in Australia.

Berhampore boutiques

Celebrating one year of being in business

In Wellington's Berhampore, a bakery, a jewellery studio and a bistro have all just turned one and contributing to the rejuvenation of the suburb.

Jobs go at super ministry

A leaked internal document puts 65 jobs at MBIE on the chopping block.

Solid Energy issues 'not resolvable'

Chairwoman resigned because she disagreed with Bill English that the company could be saved.

Controversial port plan on hold

Auckland Council asks the port company to cool its heels on wharf extensions.

EQC claims manager starts own firm

EQC claims manager forms own assessment company but has a process to avoid conflicts.

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