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The Registered Master Builders Federation says it's good the banks didn't wait to see the impacts of the new restrictions.
The New Zealand sharemarket has retreated as a brokerage put a sell rating on Fonterra Shareholders' Fund.
The owner and general manager of a garden store chain jailed on cannabis-related charges have lost appeals against their sentences.
New data is tipping New Zealand will experience a sustained construction boom on a scale not seen for 40 years.
Air New Zealand expects earnings before tax to increase about 20 per cent in the six months ending December 31.
The Government says businesses want predictability from Commerce Commission decisions, and that's wh...
While most Kiwis are comfortable shopping online, when it comes to Christmas shopping that trust lar...
The Reserve Bank says the exemptions will help with the supply of new housing and reduce pressure in...
The Ford Mustang is still galloping at 50.
The beachside township offers the best value for money of all New Zealand destinations according to the 2014 best value index.
The index rose 4.783 points, or 0.1 percent, to 4718.306 today.
The New Zealand dollar has held gains after figures on the weekend showed China lifted exports by more than expected.
Campbell Live met with Richard Barker, the airport's general manager, commercial and retail, to discuss the cabbie's lot.
More than 150 taxi drivers have started a hunger strike and are boycotting Auckland Airport.
New mining health and safety regulations have been signed off by the cabinet and will come into force on December 16.
Aratere will be helped into port by tug boats and use an alternative sailing route through the Marlborough Sounds.
The energy expert whose work helped inspire the Labour-Green electricity policy says more reform is needed of our markets.
Auckland and Christchurch property booms have accelerated the rise in values but Quotable Value says there are signs of buyer interest slowing.
Fonterra is working to lose a reputation for a fortress mentality and repair markets affected by a false food contamination scare.
Loan agency using 'rough' methods
Airport addresses cabbies' protest
Taxi drivers protest, stage hunger strike
Energy reform proposal flawed - expert
iBeacon set to change shopping
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