Dollar drops on news Labour will lead the next government but what else will change?
OPINION: Put your champagne back on ice. It's time for the property market to get sensible.
OPINION: Changes to how our Reserve Bank runs may spook the markets.
NZ households earn 40% more than they did 10 years ago. Is putting a roof over our heads getting harder?
NZ software firm Xero's battle with MYOB takes another twist.
The company's boss really likes his chances with the Taika Waiti-directed movie Thor: Ragnarok.
Focal Point Cinema won't open its Palmerston North branch until April next year.
It's time for the public to have a say on the proposed Waimea dam.
Another Mad Butcher store has gone under, this time in Auckland.
Contract extension for Wellington City Council boss Kevin Lavery, and maybe a pay rise.
Rents drop in some parts of the country, shoot away in others.
The Navy says its all work and no play when its sailors hitch a ride on cruise liners to do navigation training.
The Otago Regional Council's chief executive is out of a job after the council decided not to renew his contract.
Highlands Motorsport Park boss Tony Quinn wants to build a golf course and residential development at the back of his racetrack.
Elite bull Noah's semen is being discounted for Manawatū farmers hit by the rain.
She's happy to listen to your problems, and leave you with a smooth 'do.
Would you use a subscription service to buy your baby clothes?
A couple of Wellington women are doing their part to help rescue and relocate babies' clothing through a new subscription service.
Pedestrian hit by car on Tamaki Drive is owner of famous La Cigale French Market.
Former PM could earn at least $200k a year as chairman of the ANZ board in New Zealand.
Waiting for a tenant doesn't work any more, Hamilton commercial real estate leader says.
A venue which cancelled a booking for a gun show and auction has been ordered to pay some of the associated costs.
Demolished state homes make way for a new development.
A roughly one-kilometre road to Long Bay will cost developer and Auckland Transport $20 million.
The property market may be in a slowdown, but buyers just starting out are hanging in.
An "immaculate" Banks Peninsula farm is up for sale after 174 years with one Canterbury family.
Only two landlords have applied since Wellington scheme launched six weeks ago.
What uncertainty will follow the end of the GFC containment measures?
OPINION: He worked hard to distance himself from his life as a financial shark - now he's leveraging his past.
OPINION: NZ's seen as a lucky country, but we have to be ambitious to protect one of our jewels.
OPINION: Questions about skydiving and Greek mythology trouble those worried about their jobs.
A would-be Chinese buyer of a Southland farm could be stymied by a new government.
Led by Sir Peter Jackson, New Zealand may become a force in the plant-based protein business.
Calving is over and the sun is out in time for mating - catch up with life on Louise Giltrap's farm.
Farmers' love of big tractors may have to come to an end.
No one wants to feel excluded, even if they dominate the top ranks of virtually every field including business.
Chinese president wants to downplay China's image as an emerging superpower.
Amazon Studios says it has accepted the resignation of its top executive following sexual harassment allegations made by a producer.
NZ cows and sheep were sent to help drought-hit Mexico - 900 ended up on the ranch of then-governor.