'Duty' kept quake-hit company trading

Rangiora businessman John Robert Stevens, 65, has been prosecuted over a $250,000 unpaid tax bill. (File photo)

Loyalty to staff after the Christchurch quakes led to knitwear company being liquidated and the firm's owner prosecuted for $250,000 of unpaid taxes.

Key's six-figure salary

Sir John Key will give ANZ's board added credibility, commentators say.

Former PM could earn at least $200k a year as chairman of the ANZ board in New Zealand.

CBD is hot property

Hamilton CBD, seen from the east side of the Waikato River, is experiencing increased occupancy amid a string of new ...

Waiting for a tenant doesn't work any more, Hamilton commercial real estate leader says.

Gun club misunderstanding

The Disputes Tribunal rulled there had been a misunderstanding between the New Plymouth Club  and The New Zealand ...

A venue which cancelled a booking for a gun show and auction has been ordered to pay some of the associated costs.

New life for old slum

Hamilton East's Jebson Place might be designated a special housing area, which would mean development could proceed ...

Demolished state homes make way for a new development.

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