Watch 6PM Bulletin
The Paul Henry Show
Sat 9:30am / Sun 10am
A manager at a prominent Auckland hotel has apologised to staff after trying to enforce the flexible tea break law before it comes into effect.
Global oil prices have rallied on China's surprise interest rate cuts and somewhat higher expectations that OPEC could decide to reduce production next week.
Employees beware: what feels like workplace bullying may in fact be entirely justified, according to one employment lawyer.
An update on the markets for November 21, 2014.
MBIE will be undertaking a review of petrol stations over the "unlawful" practice of docking employee pay to cover petrol drive-offs.
The top EU court's adviser has rejected Britain's legal challenges to a cap on banking bonuses, dealing a blow to Prime Minister David Cameron's government.
Sales for adventure clothing retailer Kathmandu have jumped more than 18 percent but it expects its half year profit to fall.
Details of a luxury new $200 million hotel on Auckland's waterfront have today been unveiled by Prime Minister John Key and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
A petrol station employee who had his pay docked over petrol thefts has received an apology from the company's boss.
New Zealand internet service providers are part of a drive by YouTube to push customers to faster broadband connections.
Firefox maker Mozilla has announced it is switching to Yahoo as the default service for searches in the US.
Content producers should steer clear of "archaic" copyright laws and focus on reinventing their business model, Communications Minister Amy Adams says.
A Japanese restaurant in Auckland has been hit with a $12,000 fine for underpaying two migrant workers.
The New Zealand dollar advanced as some investors bet its recent decline made it attractive to buyers.
The Government will be holding a series of job fairs in Australia aimed at encouraging Kiwis to return and convincing Australians to settle here.
IkeGPS Group says first-half sales have almost doubled along with its losses as the company uses its initial public offerings to build a sales force.
Speaking publicly for the first time since the AU$254 million cuts were announced, managing director Mark Scott confirmed the broadcaster is reviewing its foreign correspondent roles.
Advertise with us |
Copyright © 2014 MediaWorks TV. All Rights Reserved.