Business

Fletchers pull-back fear

Concern voiced over industry training if Fletchers leaves biggest jobs to foreign rivals.

Girl-only coding proves popular

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

Matterhorn to come down

Restaurant and bar will be demolished to strengthen 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.

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.

Injured acid worker paid $34k

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

"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 preserve passenger services.

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.

MedRecruit grows into new office

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

Cycle trail will happen - advocate

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

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.

Prepare for CV shake-up

Unitary Plan to shake-up Auckland CVs and create "city of multi-millionaires", on paper at least, experts say.

Toilet training for boys and girls

Huggies removes gender specific toilet training advice from website, admitting it's "not appropriate".

Power of a personal brand

OPINION: You need to line up six elements if you want to build up a brand that says you're the one to do business with.

Axe hangs over knighthood

PM considers the best way forward in dealing with the "serious matter" of the disgraced Maori leader's honour.

Boris upbeat on Kiwi OE

UK Foreign Secretary downplays concerns Kiwis on their "OE" could be worse off after Brexit.

Feilding house prices spike

House sales prices in Feilding are at a 20-year high but that hasn't stopped them selling fast.

No-frills petrol station on the way

Waitomo Petroleum's new self-service station is due to open in Palmerston North in mid-August.

Neglected by council?

A business owner says council communication has been sparse over the four months since floods hit New Lynn.

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