Business

HP printers reject foreign refills

Hewlett-Packard remotely disables printer cartridges from rival suppliers.

Sharing rooms with strangers

"No, I do not enjoy it, but it's the only way I can save some money," says a new Kiwi sharing a room with 4 others.

Investors win $45m case

Singaporean investors in Queenstown development have Court of Appeal victory.

Daylight saving struggles

Daylight saving is here but so are school holidays. Which has a bigger effect on your work life?

One dead in workplace accident

A man has died after being crushed by pallets in Onehunga, Auckland.

NZ concern over Yahoo hack

Privacy commissioner monitoring massive hack that has impacted Xtra customers.

Thieves steal hair straighteners

A set of limited edition hair straighteners stolen from shop window.

Test your KiwiSaver knowledge

How much do you know about the superannuation savings scheme?

Charges over Nurofen

Consumer watchdog alleges Reckitt Benckiser misled the public about its Nurofen specific pain range products.

What businesses think this election

The Hutt Valley Chamber of Commerce wanted to know what its members were interested in ahead of this year's council elections.

Coffees stubbornly $4

Some hoped one cafe selling $2.50 coffees would be a game changer. As it turns out, it wasn't.

HV Chamber President moves on

Hutt Valley Chamber of Commerce President Helen Down is stepping down

Market manipulation trial begins

It is the first case of market manipulation to go to trial in New Zealand.

How to save $100k by 25

Sure, you could work a proper 9-5 job for 40 years. Or you could do this instead.

Transport champions celebrated

Hundreds of people from New Zealand and Australia have gathered in Invercargill to celebrate the induction of six people into the NZ Road Transport Hall of Fame.

Willis St office floor for sale

Prime office space in Wellington CBD is up for sale.

Grocery store sold

Land and buildings that house Countdown on the Kapiti Coast sold for millions.

LVR 'devastating failure'

First home buyers should be exempt from loan-to-value borrowing restrictions, Property Institute says.

H&M not good, but not alone

Ahead of its NZ opening, the Swedish retailer is criticised over conditions for its garment workers.

Rural news: September 26

A roundup of rural and farming news, wrapped up in one place.

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