Siblings snap up Dotcom mansion

New owners of $32.5m mansion revealed as Kiwi millionaire brothers and sister.

Call to raise the pension age

Retirement commissioner Diane Maxwell once again tackles one of New Zealand's sacred cows.

Boogie Wonderland in liquidation

Saturday night's not the night for dancing after demise of popular Wellington hot spot.

Skills shortage hurting small firms

New Zealand businesses are struggling to find workers with the skills needed to fill vacancies, so they're changing their tactics.

No easy way to discuss immigration

OPINION: Yet we have to - and at the moment, we are having the wrong conversation.

Who broke the internet?

There is a large, ongoing denial of service attacks affecting well-known companies like Twitter, Reddit, PayPal and Spotify.

Poles apart

Orion is assuring the public its electricity lines poles are safe after an investigation was launched in Dunedin.

Why regional airfares suck

It's cheaper than ever to fly to London - so why is it still so hard to get anywhere from Invercargill?

Mission to resurrect Westport

Meet the man behind ambitious plans to reinvent a struggling West Coast town's economy.

Infidelity: naughty but necessary?

Infidelity has become big business. But can marriage survive one partner’s urge to “feel alive again”?

'Sad day' for Pumpkin Patch

The NZ children's clothing company has too much debt and is struggling to stay afloat.

Auction for Sol Square building

Sol's Square's main block will go under the hammer at a mortgagee auction next month.

Microsoft's Satya Nadella to visit

The tech boss will speak in Auckland next month.

$100m city apartment boost

New complexes will add an extra 1000 resident to inner-city Wellington.

Buy a share of NZME building

Second big office building in complex offered for syndication.

Chef selling central city restaurant

Christchurch chef Jonny Schwass is selling his Harlequin Public House restaurant and bar in the central city.

Spy McSpyface - wine not?

Marlborough wine company latest to ask public for ideas on a new name. That's risky business.

Crackdown on 'poor' student flats

Govt inspection of Dunedin student flats finds mould, damage, poor insulation and rotting floorboards, but they missed the fleas.

AA Smartfuel too smart for some

AA's partnership with Countdown brings the card to new users, so how do you get the best benefits?

Builder on charges in the Philippines

Buildtech founder Phil Cooper has been charged with illegal recruitment in the Philippines.

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