It's not all doom and gloom for Taranaki when oil and gas comes to an end.
Chinese shoppers hoping to cash in on consumer law breaches worry Kiwi food exporters.
OPINION: Mega mortgages, tiny mortgages. They're all the same to Kiwi homeowners.
Wealth manager charged clients for service they didn't get, lied to regulator about it.
Reserve Bank governor's mother fretted that no one would be able to read his name when it appears on bank notes.
A pledge to bring equality to an industry dominated by "old white men" has gained supporters at an international conference in Queenstown.
Auckland Council wants to sell off a central Takapuna car park it deems 'non-strategic': The community begs to differ.
Fletcher Building has raised $515m in new capital and will seek to raise another $235m mum and dad shareholders.
Auckland's rent growth has slowed - but further north, it's a different story.
The age group aren't as bad with money as their made out to be.
Landcorp is milking 80 red deer near Gore for milk powder and cosmetics trials.
Retirement and having children could be delayed for many Auckland home owners as they struggle with huge mortgages
Ed Sheeran might yet be the Southerner's saviour.
The principal of a small rural school has been reinstated despite an investigation into alleged misconduct.
Bill Sutton's red-zoned house, where he painted most of his works, will be restored and gifted to Christchurch.
Long-time Palmerston North cafe to lose its eponymous proprietor.
Eighty-one-year-old business in receivership over unpaid rent. Fifteen jobs lost.
Auckland grocers have decided swapping plastic bags for compostable bags is best.
A failed hummus start-up turns to nut smashing gold for emerging health food brand.
Keynote speaker Kristine Bartlett believes that influential people often start as ordinary ones.
Everyday errands can be difficult for people with special needs, and retailers are trying to help.
A Christchurch cafe has gone into liquidation owing $280k, including $13k to its former head chef.
Air New Zealand was more popular than Qantas, even on Australian soil.
CAB volunteers come up with their own initiatives to ensure the service's longevity in Hamilton.
A high-end Wellington rental and the diplomatic stoush over unpaid rent.
Only 4 per cent of sellers sold their homes for less than they paid.
Damian and Jenny Coffey's home looks pristine on the outside. But they aren't allowed back inside.
OPINION: A looming law change will give give councils a mandate for 'nice-to-haves', meaning higher rates and debt.
OPINION: There's nothing worse than being forced to exercise and eat your greens.
OPINION: In six months, no Government minister has yet visited Beijing.
Emissions trading scheme more important for environment than stopping oil permits.
Civil Defence is in a stronger position to deal with farming disasters, says Minister Chris Faafoi.
Crossbred wool prices moved in the right direction at the Christchurch auction.
Warm, wet conditions have helped set up some Manawatū/Rangitīkei farmers for the winter ahead.
Louise Giltrap tells why she and husband Geoff have put their farm up for sale.
Pharmaceutical entrepreneur vilified for jacking up price of life-saving drug heads to federal prison.
Having spent summers digging ditches, Matthew Mellon was shocked at age 21 to inherit US$25m.
Starbucks tries to tamp down uproar over the arrest of two black men at US store.
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