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Don't live to save

Saving for retirement matters, but don't let it get in the way of living a full life.

Take your mental health days

OPINION: Mental health is as worthy of sick leave as any other illness, Peter Cullen writes.

'Have-not' airports in crisis

A campaign is underway to get more money for 12 of our smallest airports to help cover critical maintenance and passenger services.

Matterhorn to close

Restaurant and bar to shut to allow redevelopment of neighbouring Wellington building.

Sky apps a viewing nightmare

OPINION: The future of TV is streaming, and Sky's apps don't look like the future.

Wellness theme for new Auckland hotel

EVEN Hotels offer travelers the exercise choice of 'wellness warrior' videos or the sociability of athletic studios, in between gluten-free organic food and wine.

'Always challenge parking tickets'

Pay what's reasonable and let them chase you for the rest, says Consumer NZ.

New gorge route likely

Rocky old road could remain closed as officials turn their attention elsewhere.

Insurers face expensive year

Flooding expected to generate about 2000 claims nationwide, adding to expensive year for insurers after two cyclones and the "Tasman Tempest".

Corn packaging pops up

In a white laboratory in Rotorua, a Canadian scientist turned corn into foam. His dream? For Coca Cola to use it.

Added sugar labels ambiguous

Added sugars should be included in food health ratings, a nutrition expert says.

Injured acid worker paid $34k

The acid production worker was sacked for failing to report his workplace injury.

Abseilers on a mesh mission

Ohau Point is the only place roading contractors can't reach, but abseilers with a head for heights are working to change that.

Cycle trail will happen - advocate

Government chips in to build stretch around Ohau Point, deemed the most difficult section.

Holiday kaput but no payout

One traveller paid $1100 for insurance that only paid out $1300 when her New York trip had to be cancelled.

Mining plan delayed

The decision on whether to allow a controversial application to mine thousands of tons of iron sand off the Taranaki coast has been put back by a week.

Girl-only coding proves popular

Auckland coding class aims to remedy under-representation of women in the tech sector.

MedRecruit grows into new office

Australasian doctor recruitment company grows out of its old Queenstown office with 45 staff on board.

Iwi rebuffs tax critics

Waikato-Tainui says charitable tax status is warranted through work to rebuild the tribe after historical injustices.

Punt pays off to get onto deer board

South Canterbury deer farmer Kris Orange has been elected to the Deer Industry New Zealand board.

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