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Ngai Tahu is buying cutting rights to forests on land it already owns on the West Coast, some of which may be suitable for dairying.
More than 4000 claims have been lodged relating to the 6.2 earthquake which struck in the lower North Island in January.
Meat company Alliance is putting an old farm theory to the test - do shorn lambs grow faster than woolly ones?
Fonterra anticipates bigger growth in milk supply this season with dry conditions not as bad as last year's drought.
A small startup has taken the gaming world by storm, finding success with its QuizUp trivia app.
Ron Brierley holds around three million shares in Allied, according to a Companies Office filing.
Warehouse Group has successfully raised $100 million from institutional investors to help fund its d...
The New Zealand dollar surged to a six-year high against the yen as investors favoured higher yieldi...
The electricity market is "broken" and prices should be coming down, rather than going up, says Labo...
The container mall is moving one block south to make room for a permanent set of retail shops on Cashel Street.
The NZX 50 Index has extended gains to a new record, led by Xero which reached a fresh high after being included on an Asia-Pacific index.
Solid Energy faces more losses as it contends with weak coal prices on a global market.
Westpac bank is trialling Apple's iBeacon, which allows them to send personalised messages to customers.
Prime Minister John Key is refusing to release a document that could get Judith Collins off the hook.
Wicked Campers are refusing to comment on a message painted on one of its vans that appears to make fun of drink-driving.
Solid Energy contends with weak coal prices on a global market that's been flooded with product from the US and Aus.
Briscoe Group says it is "cautiously optimistic" about the year ahead as many retailers struggle to grow earnings.
Mark Ford has resigned as chairman of state-owned Solid Energy for health reasons.
Helen O'Sullivan, chief executive of the Real Estate Institute examins the outlook for the housing market.
Wicked Campers' art a 'thoughtless insult'
Westpac trialling new technology
Shearer: Electricity market is 'broken'
Key continues to back Collins
Farmer's lamb shearing theory put to the test
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