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A 3 News investigation has revealed loan agency Twenty Fifty Club is operating openly without fear of law enforcement, despite a Government crackdown.
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.
Aratere will be helped into port by tug boats and use an alternative sailing route through the Marlb...
The energy expert whose work helped inspire the Labour-Green electricity policy says more reform is ...
Auckland and Christchurch property booms have accelerated the rise in values but Quotable Value says...
Fonterra is working to lose a reputation for a fortress mentality and repair markets affected by a f...
Telecom has sold its Australian AAPT unit to an Australian internet service provider for a better-than-expected $A450 million.
Greenpeace has hit back at claims its cold-calling is "invasive", saying it makes it clear that details provided on petitions may be used for follow-up calls.
The travel and accommodation guide publisher last month told its lenders to appoint a receiver because of the company's deteriorating financial position.
Utilico's holding reduced to 11.8 percent from 13.3 percent after it sold 6.6 million shares in last week's buyback at $2.38 apiece.
The US Supreme Court will hear an appeal of a lower court decision that a federal judge called the "death" of software patents.
A strong US jobs figure has seen a sharp rise on Wall Street. So what are the implications for our markets?
Retailers will be able to use iBeacon to tell customers where the best deals are.
Thousands turned up in Canterbury today to see the world's largest milk powder drier officially open at Fonterra's Darfield plant.
Wellington City Council is considering offering incentives to make old buildings safer and new buildings better after earthquakes in the city this year.
Cabbies at Auckland Airport wait hopefully for a fare into town.
Loan agency using 'rough' methods
Taxi drivers protest, stage hunger strike
Airport addresses cabbies' protest
Energy reform proposal flawed - expert
iBeacon set to change shopping
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