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ASB's latest quarterly economic forecast sees the New Zealand economy maintaining strong momentum through 2014.
New Zealand's only two-way bitcoin ATM has been voluntarily shut down with its owner saying banks made it too difficult to operate.
Amazon has launched an online store for 3D-printed items to allow consumers to customise and personalise items.
Britain's Lloyds Banking Group says it has agreed to pay fines for attempting to rig inter-bank lending rates.
An international court has ordered Russia to pay Yukos shareholders a record US$50b over its seizure of the defunct oil giant.
The benchmark NZX 50 Index has edged back 0.1 percent from a six-week high.
For the second year in a row Abano Healthcare's profit has jumped 75 percent and the company expects...
Prime Minister John Key has followed the Reserve Bank governor in talking down the kiwi dollar.
Two models of Goldair bathroom mounted fan heaters have been prohibited from use after causing a num...
Software developer SLI Systems has missed its revenue target but says its losses will be smaller than forecast because of staff hiring delays.
The three major shareholder of Acurity Health Group, which owns Wellington's Wakefield Hospital, are offering $6.50 a share to take over the company.
Dorchester Pacific plans to offer $3 a share in cash, shares and notes for Turners Auctions, valuing the auction company at $82 million.
The volume of cash trading on the NZX rose 22 percent in the first six months of the year.
Westpac has taken out the top honour in the inaugural YWCA Equal Pay Awards.
A new invention allows kids to fill up as many as 100 balloons in a minute, giving them a distinct advantage over their opponents.
The New Zealand dollar was little changed from the New York close as investors prepare for a heavy news flow from the United States.
A major split between Labour and the Greens over deep-sea drilling widened today.
Pork industry bosses are back to business following big protests around the country against factory farming.
Football fever has hit the capital in a big way this weekend, with an English Premier League double header at the Westpac Stadium this afternoon.
New termite-free home for Te Aroha family
Greens decisive against Labour drilling policy
Water balloon fights may never be the same
Westpac honoured in pay gap battle
Bathroom heaters banned after fires
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