Uber stripped of London licence

Uber will have to stop operating in London after September 30.

11:17 PM  Uber's new London licence application refused over "lack of responsibility" and "potential public safety issues".

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Tanker HMNZS Endeavour is back on standby because of Auckland's ground fuel re-supply efforts, Judith Collins said.

Energy Minister Judith Collins says Auckland airport's fuel crisis is coming to end.

Ways to help struggling families

You may help your local foodbank more if you give money rather than food.

Food insecurity researcher says there are five key ways everyday Kiwis can use their money to help.

Employers warned over contracts

One Citizens Advice Bureau has handled more than 1000 cases in four years of clients without employment contracts.

One Citizens Advice Bureau has handled more than 1000 cases in four years of clients without employment contracts.

Wait, have you got a licence?

Vaipouli Edmond drove the truck for months before he was fired in a text.

Truck driver gets $19,500 after his boss found out at a barbecue that he didn't have the right paperwork.

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New shops and foodcourt planned

A new foodcourt and seating areas for diners will be added at the southern end of Northlands mall.

Christchurch's Northlands Mall is planning to embark on another extension.

Black mould found on flu pills

Cold and flu relief is one of the affected products.

Maxiclear products recalled, customers offered refund.

MSD's appeal for fake names

Earlier this month, Ministry for Social Development chief executive Brendan Boyle said pseudonyms protect staff and on ...

MSD are fighting to suppress the names of staff, saying they're keeping them safe.

Freight hub to keep trucking

The container transfer site was upgraded to a 24/7 freight hub in a matter of days after the earthquake.

After the earthquake, they started working 24/7 loading and unloading more than 100 trucks a day.

Wagon derails, cause unknown

A KiwiRail wagon derailed near Picton earlier this month, with the cause yet to be determined. (File photo)

They do know it wasn't the track though, it was found "to be in good condition".

The largest population boom in a generation

Manawatū/Whanganui is now home to  236,900 people, the highest the  region's population has been since 1990.

A "once-in-a-lifetime opportunity" for the region's economy.

Journalist David Beatson dies

Journalist and businessman David Beatson has died. He's pictured here in 2002.

The respected broadcaster, journalist and former chairman of New Zealand on Air died after a long illness.

UberEats to launch in Chch

UberEats is preparing to launch in Christchurch.

Late-night supermarket trips could be over – UberEats is coming to Christchurch.

Virtual reality for medical recovery

Brook Waters and Margaret Pickering of MTech Games, a Canterbury Champion award finalist.

A Christchurch firm is about to start trials on virtual reality rehabilitation.

11th-hour Shelly Bay hiccup

The controversial Shelly Bay development could have went ahead, even if the council did not sell or lease its land. But ...

Judicial review looms, just as councillors were ready to rubber-stamp plans.

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Make your KiwiSaver last

The fund is designed to take away some of the worry that comes with making your money last.

Simplicity launches first KiwiSaver fund that offers guaranteed income in retirement.

Online shopping is dangerous

OPINION: Online shopping means you live in a 24/7 shopping mall with endless aisles. The weak-willed and credulous need to beware.

Shares: Not just for old people

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Bird on a Wire tests China's taste

Bird on a Wire owner Sophie Gilmour says she is considering setting up a permanent shop in China.

Auckland eatery teams up with a Kiwi culinary incubator in China.

Phone app's sole purpose

Angad Nayyar is the chief executive of Strutagio, an app designed to help shoppers find the perfect-sized shoe.

Auckland friends develop app that lets customers try on shoes without setting foot in a physical store.

Craft brewery 'swansong'

Whistling Sisters co-founders Bede Roe, left, and Russel Scott.

Man behind Ombra and Belgian Beer Cafe Leuven to open new rooftop bar and brewery.

Chocolatire makes Taupō home

Paul Brazier has opened up the Huka Falls Chocolate Company in Taupō.

He loves all things chocolate and coffee. Now he has opened up shop in Taupō.

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'Let go' for same-sex marriage view

Madeline, who was fired for saying she would vote 'no' in the same-sex marriage survey, hit back on Tuesday.

Australian kids entertainer fired for saying she doesn't support same-sex marriage is fighting back.

Quarry to billion-dollar development

The site could be home to an adventure park where visitors can try wakeboarding or scramble over an inflatable aquatic ...

Waikato plans for a water adventure park – with tourist accommodation and surrounding houses and businesses – have been revealed.

A vacuum deal that sucks

Richard and Olivia Knights, of Dunedin, and a trade-in vacuum cleaner that was returned.

Godfreys told her she was getting a discount, took her old vacuum - then charged her full price.

Big companies slow payers

Bill payment times are well down on where they were in 2011.

Payment times may have fallen as far as they are going to go, debt collection firm says.


Real estate agent loses appeal

Aaron Drever needs to wait five years before he can reapply for his licence.

A west Aucklander has lost a High Court appeal to get his real estate agent licence back.

Rodd and Gunn moves shop

Rodd & Gunn managing director Mike Beagley says moving the Wellington shop has been a "mad scramble".

The New Zealand menswear company's flagship store is moving around the corner.

Rodd and Gunn moves shop

Rodd & Gunn managing director Mike Beagley says moving the Wellington shop has been a "mad scramble".

The New Zealand menswear company's flagship store is moving around the corner.

First-home buyers: Time's now

The recent lacklustre final of The Block showed the property market's changed, says Tony Alexander.

The Block's auction fizzer is proof the property market's changed, says economist.

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Money tsunami coming

Women tend to give more money to charity.

OPINION: Baby boomers are older and richer - what are they going to do with their cash?

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ardern v english

OPINION: When it comes to viral marketing, this election campaign has been a fizzer.

Water quality, not quantity

A kilo of beef takes 15,415 litres of water to produce; A loaf of bread takes 1,608 litres.

OPINION: The volumes of water we use are a bit meaningless compared to our impact on its quality.

Better design for economy

Modern design is multi-faceted, covers all areas of our lives and is worth many billions of dollars to the economy.

OPINION: Design has been found to contribute 4.2 per cent of GDP. That is more than agriculture.


Women unrepresented at Fonterra

Dairy farmer and Fonterra director Leonie Guiney challenged the 'group think' on the board, making some feel ...

NZ's largest employer is under fire for having so few women on its board, after spurning a sitting female director.

More lambs this spring

There should be between 5-10 per cent more lambs this spring.

Prospects for the red meat sector this season look promising.

Aus push to cash in on mānuka 

The mānuka plant which provides honey is a New Zealand and Australian native, but who has rights to the mānuka honey term?

What's in a name? In the case of mānuka honey, a lot of money.

Outback breeds special farmers

A drover herds more than 600 cattle along an outback road near the township of Aramac, located more than 1200 kilometres ...

Think Kiwi farmers are tough? Aussies in the outback take some beating.


L'Oreal billionaire dies video

Liliane Bettencourt was worth US$42 billion, and saw her company grow from a small hair-dye supplier to a beauty ...

Liliane Bettencourt, the world's richest woman, found wealth was a double-edged sword.

'John Lemon' drink angers Yoko

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Beatle John Lennon's widow wasn't happy when she heard about a Polish beverage company's new drink.

Fed to cut huge stockpile video

The Fed plans to gradually allow an increasing amount of proceeds from maturing securities to be run off the central ...

It's another milestone in the US central bank's efforts to return to a normal monetary policy after the Great Recession.

Rolling Stone for sale

Rolling Stone has been an influential magazine covering rock music and became a home for experimental writers.

After half a century the music magazine that shone a spotlight on musicians and counterculture is putting itself up for sale.

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