Jobs are being lost and firms are considering moving factories overseas because of strong NZ dollar, manufacturing bosses say.
Genesis Energy is looking like a tasty morsel for investors, say analysts.
People living in poorer parts of NZ are putting payment of their Sky TV ahead of their power bill, Mighty River Power boss says.
Grape growers hoping bad-weather forecasts will not put a dampener on the harvest, which is tipped to be one of the biggest and best yet.
OPINION: The country as a whole will be the poorer if we don't do what we can to boost Maori Inc.
US lawsuits filed by McDonald's staff claim the fast-food chain avoids paying employees what they're owed.
A decrease in the US government's deficit indicates continued improvement in the nation's finances.
If Wessel Eksteen's feeder invention looks vaguely familiar, just think about children-sized swings.
Trading in the software firm's shares will resume today after a successful $30 million capital-raising.
Boss said cafe worker couldn't control her emotions because she was pregnant.
Buoyancy and confidence have brought more farmers to the Central Districts Field Days in Feilding.
People are urged to check their fruit after a warning apples and peaches may carry Hepatitis A.
Science cluster at Lincoln to swallow over $50m of AgResearch's shakedown that will see scientists relocating around the country.
Report suggests it is unfair and inaccurate to attribute NZ's deteriorating quality of water problem entirely to dairy farming.
Constant delays, a lack of control and sheer frustration have prompted Canterbury homeowners to attend a class action meeting.
The message to homeowners has gone out loud and clear: fix your mortgage rate now.
Interest rates are set to rise 2 per cent over the next couple of years and possibly more, with Reserve Bank warning borrowers that house prices will cool.
Former Auckland property developer and reality television star Pat Rippin has been convicted of hiding assets during his bankruptcy.
Miners at Solid Energy's largest mine, Stockton, are bracing for possible job losses if international coal prices continue to fall markedly.
A renewed bid by defence lawyers to remove judge in NZ's biggest fraud trial postpones proceedings.