Government succeeds in passing law to curb foreigners from buying New Zealand homes.
The supermarket trade is producing a generation of millionaires, according to the annual NBR Rich List.
OPINION: Our national airline is famous for reflecting our culture so why so conservative over body art?
Decision to phase out single-use plastic bags will see Kiwi Plastics close at end of the year.
Like all good ideas, Trow Group was born from a conversation with a mate over a few beers, says former Warrior Joe Vagana.
Land that sat vacant for almost a decade will be turned into 53 modern, light-filled homes.
Uber will have a new competitor in NZ when a uni student launches a female-only ride-sharing service later this year.
Millennials are feeling left out at work research finds, and especially men.
One of NZ's best-known coffee chains, Mojo, is bought by another Kiwi coffee company.
Te Pae is still a construction site - but the tours have already started.
Upmarket Hamilton restaurant exits industry as bitter economic wind blows through fancy eateries.
The quite southern village of Cardrona may be transformed in the next few years by ambitious tourism developments
Taylors Contracting has won a Civil Contractors New Zealand national award for its work maintaining the riverbanks in Tasman district.
Private training establishments are still 'coming to terms with changes', says industry body.
Attacked-and-sacked case illustrates the danger of talking publicly about an assault that happened at work, says lawyer.
Fonterra's interim CEO won't get the eye-watering salary of Theo Spierings - yet.
"We are responsible tenants, but to them we are scum," former Quinovic tenant says.
A former employee of the Waitangi National Trust Group is alleged to have defrauded the trust of $1.2 million.
Hokitika has more on its plate than just the 'delicacies' at its famous Wildfoods Festival.
Fairfax free to consider 'all best options' for Stuff, ahead of planned Nine merger.
After problems at some of NZ's top scenic spots, help is at hand this summer.
The Commerce Commission is taking the ticket resale website to court.
OPINION: US Fed won't come to the rescue this time until there's blood on the floor.
An Auckland local board faces the prospect of having too much money to spend after the next election.
Towns south of Hamilton such as Te Awamatu are growing and property prices are rising.
Australians reportedly gave credit card details after seeing dodgy adverts.
OPINION: You don't have to stay in bed when on sick leave - ask pop star Pink.
First she was beaten by a rough sleeper in her workplace. Then her employer fired her for talking about it.
"Sour grapes alone do not a lawsuit make," say the dating app's owners.
The Nelson seaside village of Mapua continues to make strides as a destination to tempt any visitor.