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The Australian Government is refusing to step in to help troubled airline Qantas, which has signalled it will have to cut 1000 jobs and may sell Jetstar.
Cabbies at Auckland Airport wait hopefully for a fare into town.
The benchmark NZX50 share index has dropped to a new two-month low today.
Auckland Airport says President Taxis agreed to cancel the contract almost two months ago.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has called on Holden to make its intentions clear but says there will be no extra taxpayer support for the company.
China's central bank says its banks and payment systems are barred from handling the virtual currenc...
The Golf beat out the Subaru BRZ, the Holden Commodore, the Mazda6 and others.
The New Zealand share market continues to slide, and is now at a two-month low.
The project is in trouble because the Commerce Commission has ordered Chorus to cut the price it cha...
BP's strategy after the Deepwater Horizon tragedy: Go deeper.
A compact hatchback worth just over $32,000 has been named the top car in New Zealand.
The NZX 50 index has eased to a two-month low in mixed New Zealand share trading.
The New Zealand dollar has held near a five-year high against its trans-Tasman counterpart today.
It's been a bumper season for dairy farmers, producing record amounts of milk. But, the by-products from the process have to go somewhere.
The MBIE is stepping up action against dangerous forestry operations but needs to do more, chief executive David Smol says.
The Serious Fraud Office completed 28 investigations last year, amounting to just six percent of complaints received.
Qantas boss Alan Joyce has fired another broadside at Air New Zealand and fellow Virgin Australia stakeholders.
Two and a half years after Saab shut down production due to financial trouble, the Swedish car rolled a new sedan off its assembly lines.
Officials haven't decided how much the magazine will cost, but it's expected to be less than US$10 per issue.
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Auckland Airport cab drivers feeling ripped off
Jobs at Unilever could have been saved
BP pushes limits to tap extreme fields
Volkswagen Golf named top car
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