11:14 AM OPINION: There's a really simple reason why a conga line of former finance ministers didn't introduce a capital gains tax.
11:13 AM Worker raised a personal grievance claim too late because she feared she had contracted Aids at work.
Council's earlier decision to extend Lime scooter licence attacked after they're pulled off streets due to a glitch.
OPINION: Here's how to solve your relationship money conflicts.
Tax that lowers participation by private investors, 'last thing' stock market needs, says NZX boss.
We know what the Tax Working Group thinks about property, but what about vacant houses, gig workers, the environment and sugar?
Craig and Jo Baylis were both working in Auckland and had au-pairs raising their kids. Attending a funeral changed that.
The exploited workers won their case, but now the company that owes them $115,000 is in voluntary liquidation.
Government offers lifeline to owners of heritage listed earthquake-prone buildings.
Ashley Wakeham was promised $100k to work for a removal firm. Two days later, he fell ill.
Sleepyhead workers can't buy a house in Auckland, so the company looks to Waikato.
WEL Energy Trust signals plan to pump more money into regional projects.
Ozone doesn’t just protect you from the sun. It also whitens whites and brightens colours.
"Strong impact" on housing market predicted.
If you own a lifestyle block, The Tax Working Group proposal may impact you.
Aucklander charged a $4140 bond for a house that was rented to someone else.
Tax Working Group proposal could put "a brake" on commercial property sales and upgrades.
OPINION: The leaky homes scandal was an education in mismanagement on a grand scale, writes Andrew Bydder.
OPINION: If the Tax Working Group proposals are implemented innovation, growth and jobs would be weakened.
Should we have been warned about problems overseas?
OPINION: As finance minister, Sir Michael Cullen never spoke once in support of CGT. The Government should think about why.
OPINION: Other countries with a productive agricultural sector don't have these taxes so why should we?
A China-NZ business forum has been held in Christchurch. Were there be fireworks?
A Gore farm machinery company's lack of effective repairs to a tractor has resulted in a substantial fine and reparations to an injured farm worker.
The Government is seeking advice on levies as the means to fund biosecurity.
Musician's estate sues HBO over film about two men who accuse the late pop superstar of molesting them when they were boys.
Minister denies diplomatic tensions are behind coal scrap that has hit the Aussie dollar.
Facebook decided which users are interested in Nazis - and let advertisers target them directly.
When he leaves, the CEO also gives up the chance to reap up to almost A$22m worth of shares.