More products and markets are on the cards thanks to a new investor.
Firm works to hire engineers with 'school term only' contracts.
"Fast and furious" Facebook group used by uni students up for grabs.
More businesses than ever have joined South Canterbury's Chamber of Commerce pushing registrations well over 500.
It was once home to 300 administrative staff, now it's for sale with a multi-million dollar price tag.
Dr Richard Fletcher has been named as the new chief executive for Aurora Energy.
Quality of news websites would likely fall within two years with merger, Commerce Commission lawyer says.
Police claim the 20-year-old intended to "cause a significant disruption to commercial activity in New Zealand".
Justin Leov has bought the property where he won his first national champs, added a tiny house and plans to develop tracks on the hills around it.
Tax department has the right to warn credit agencies of tax debts, but not the general public.
Spark interested in 'any opportunity', but purchase by Spark or Vodafone would concern Tuanz.
Troubled construction giant reviewing the performance of one of its business units.
Winery opens in one of Napier's most beloved art deco buildings.
Golden Bay farmer Joyce Wyllie tries to make sense of the many contradictions in life.
Appeal Court said jail sentence was 'grossly disproportionate'
Thousands of Aucklanders may be surprised at the underground fuel pipeline near their doorsteps.
Fletcher Building workers will protest again, fighting for better pay.
National rent prices have stayed the same for almost a year, with Auckland still flat.
Hundreds of US cities and states put their hand up to house Amazon's second headquarters.
OPINION: Turns out this doll, with its out of proportion body, didn't ruin my daughter's life.
Lyttelton Engineering has completed a change in shareholdings and taken on new management
'Our City tomorrow' deals with population growth, earthquakes and climate change in Wellington.
Pork Chop Hill has grown from a hobby to a small business gaining national recognition.
Kasey Edwards told she was "too pretty and feminine" to manage a work project.
The Swedish retailer will offer Wellingtonians the same clothing they will find in London, Paris and New York.
Holden shuts up shop striking a big economic blow to South Australia and beyond.
People at resort thought the blood was fake and the men were part of a military exercise.
Diwali reflects India's growing significance in New Zealand says Simon Draper
Research shows that despite predictions of paperless offices it's here to stay.
Jo Pennycuick's company Redesign is based in Christchurch but its work is international.