Auckland coding class aims to remedy under-representation of women in the tech sector.
Concern voiced over industry training if Fletchers leaves biggest jobs to foreign rivals.
In under 100 days, an estimated 6000 rugby league fans will descend on New Zealand.
Total Debt Solutions customers owed almost $200K won't see a cent after "extremely poor" book keeping.
New Zealand non-voters are on the rise and a whole generation risks being lost to politics.
Mike Hosking says the public doesn't need to know what public broadcasters like him are earning.
Are Fletcher Building's problems its own or a warning for the industry?
The Warehouse will sell its financial services business to SBS for $18m but warns of write-down.
The New Zealand dollar reaches a high against the greenback.
Jilted Kiwi supplier says faulty army raincoats show the danger of cost-cutting by civilians.
There's quite a gap between the younger New Zealanders casting their ballot and our keenest group of voters.
Revenue and profit targets are one thing, but they need to be achieved in a "fair manner".
A KPMG report said Maori need to adapt to get into enterprise.
A New Zealand trading firm is continuing its 11 year sponsorship to help disadvantaged Kiwi children.
Alloy is a new player on the digital consulting scene.
New Air NZ flights provide second entry point to Tokyo.
A 40% penalty on global companies doing business across the ditch might sound great, but will net just $100m, says Judith Collins.
Fletcher Building boss forfeits shares worth $8m plus a million share options.
Short-term visitor numbers lower-than-expected, but a record number arriving to live here.
Deal sees pay-out to eldest daughter and control over family trusts change hands.
New Auckland Airport plans which affect 475 more home owners worries watchdog group.
Between 20 and 29 is the peak age for the total number of people in New Zealand on work visas.
A new award has been added to the Deloitte Fast 50 index.
ANALYSIS: Where to now for Fletcher Building, where further profit downgrades have claimed its chief executive.
An hour's trip now takes 30 minutes and freight operators are saving up to $600 a day thanks to the Waterview tunnel.
Aucklanders have highest 'life satisfaction' but lowest sense of purpose.
"The terminal is there to be used, and that's the way it should be."
Healthcare, retail, and manufacturing are biggest employment sectors for NZ workers - but there are challenges.
4000 staff will be affected by changes outlined by IRD, union says.
An Audi commercial that compares women to used cars is shaping up as an own goal for the German car maker.