OPINION: There's a huge feeling of freedom the day your mortgage balance finally hits zero.
Civil Aviation Authority says a ruling on Wellington runway could slash Queenstown tourism.
Landlords say tenants can turn an ordinary family home into a damp, mouldy mess in months.
Repeating the same things we've done before won't solve the housing crisis, expert says.
4:21 PM Issues began at 11am, says phone company.
Latest figures show 75 hotels with more than 11,000 rooms are either under construction or planned in the five main tourist centres, greatly reducing a forecast shortage.
Scales Corporation's apple exports were slightly down on last season's stellar packout but remains on track for its full year forecasts.
Fisheries officers threaten strike over MPI refusal to pay penal rates.
A Government-backed tourism campaign showing a tourist about to drink river water did not violate advertising rules.
Neighbours hit back against luxury Auckland wedding venue operating nearly five years without consent.
Three renters share their experiences of almost uninhabitable homes.
Online powerhouse ups profit by a quarter, but property-listings warning and Amazon threat frighten investors.
Wellington isn't the only one with a tech talent shortage, Auckland and Chirstchurch are now crying out for help.
Revamps, launches and takeovers: Marlborough's movers and shakers are getting ready for summer.
Ravendown's chairman is among farming leaders pledging to make rivers swimmable.
New Zealand drivers are being left out-of-pocket when they give their insurance companies reason to turn down claims.
Many jobs that fizzled out during the recession are back, and deals are on the table.
Jaden Melgren, who owes at least $670,000, enjoyed a flamboyant Queenstown life as his business slowly collapsed.
Manawatu Maori secondary school students get a chance to test their business ideas.
Tiny house designer Doug Robinson is practising what he preaches about affordable living.
One is traditional American barbecue, the other South African Braai. Both come from a deep love of food.
A UK course which helped launch hundreds of businesses for free is coming to NZ.
Power companies have been singing in the rain, but don't expect a drop in your bill.
Julie Hardaker's hard at work, still - just not as the mayor of Hamilton.
Are New Zealand's highest-paying boards still pale, male and stale?
I've developed lifelong health conditions as a result of substandard housing.
He owns 14 properties, four cars, two motorcycles, goes on holiday every six months and he's never had a credit card.
Both Labour and National announce plans to solve housing problems in Palmerston North.
Family of four found themselves splitting bills with strangers when their landlord rented part of their house to other tenants.
OPINION: All stock exchange listed companies will be required to disclose how much they pay their chief executives from October.
OPINION: Do you want Facebook to know your fridge isn't running well?
OPINION: AI interacts with us well beyond just gathering our data and pumping out targeted content.
OPINION: Artificial intelligence is a threat to our jobs, regardless of whether you're blue collar or white collar.
It's like any commercial investment really, except you get to say you own a vineyard.
Workers from Vanuatu who need a medical exam will not have to travel so far now.
Stress is high during calving and Louise Giltrap has some advice for husbands and kids.
A Mid-Canterbury farm fetches a record value for cropping land.
US president's plans to use some of the country's US$1 trillion in mineral wealth to pay for the war are unlikely to happen.
At least one of the firm's US water sites is near a current or former landfill, according to a lawsuit.
"Problem" crocs up to 6m long with a taste for fishermen are fair game, Malaysia rules.
The US President isn't exactly winning friends in Congress - and he's going to need them very soon.