Sea bed mining activists say more mining planned after South Taranaki application set precedent.
Childcare centre operated by man trying to buy the Warriors has been shut down for operating without a license.
There was no shortage of experience on hand at yesterday's chartered accountants members lunch in Invercargill.
The cheapest one-bedroom apartments are going for $620,000.
Christchurch will get its most central supermarket yet when a new FreshChoice opens its doors on Tuesday.
A boring machine for an exciting tunneling project on Auckland's North Shore
Regional council plans to stop issuing new consents to draw water.
Two months ago it lost all its directors, now it's main shareholder and funder had pulled the pin on HydroWorks.
The auction of a four-bedroom Hamilton house will help a charity find role models for boys with no dads.
Concern about inequality is through the roof, but actual inequality isn't. So why do we feel like it is?
A whole new community will spring up near Nelson, with more than 1000 homes and a new school.
New Wanaka councillor keen to sink teeth into planning, strategy and community services issues.
Brothel bylaw due to expire in Queenstown and Wanaka.
A report by KPMG on its investigation into a Waikato District Council department is due next week.
Spending by international visitors in New Zealand was $10.3 billion for the year to the end of June, and appears to have plateaued.
What's in a name? Not much, in this case.
Commerce Commission's $1m blitz on mobile traders continues.
Something has to give, says managing director Simon Moutter, despite 13 per cent profit rise.
"Hate is a cancer," says Tim Cook, before pledging to donate US$2m to organisations battling white supremacists.
OPINION: Sound local and you can disguise incompetence. Sound foreign and you may struggle.
The 38 failed business people included not allowed to be a director for a record 10 years.
Video Ezy were "serious players", a $125m business. It is a business that has evaporated.
Google and Amazon's smart speakers are reviving the humble landline.
The tech giant's chief executive Tim Cook is donating millions to human rights groups after a woman was killed at a white supremacist rally this week.
Tech companies like Airbnb have shut Nazi users out of its service amidst violent white supremacist protests in the United States.
Pressures in the construction industry are starting to bite on the earnings of Steel & Tube.
Past and future classics came out for Aston Martin's Auckland grand opening.
OPINION: Treating your kids fairly financially may be more complicated than you think.
Bunnings' foray into the United Kingdom and Ireland is emerging as a headache for its owners.
The Queenstown Gymnastics Club has an uncertain future after Wakatipu High School moves to its new site.