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The Government has signed a deal with horse industries to help protect the country from diseases like equine influenza.
After refusing to reconnect a remote customer at the end of a line, an Otago lines company has admitted breaching the rules and settled out of court.
The Reserve Bank is envisaged cutting the official cash rate by nine basis points over the next 12 months, based on the overnight interest swap curve.
The New Zealand dollar fell to its lowest in more than three years as investors sold euro and bought US dollars.
The big thing at this month's Detroit Auto Show wasn't made on an assembly line, but on a 3D printer.
The Transfercar website offers vehicles that rental companies need to have relocated. They're available for free or a reduced rate to people willing to drive them to and from set locations.
Organisers of next week's Auckland Nines tournament admit they have a fight on their hands, and they may need the Government's help to keep the tournament in New Zealand.
The New Zealand hospitality industry has long boasted about its growth, but now that success has led to a problem – an increasing shortage of experienced chefs.
Oil prices have traded narrowly mixed after the death of the king of Saudi Arabia and concerns about unrest in Yemen.
An update on the markets for January 23, 2015.
French regulators have cleared the way for Chinese conglomerate Fosun to buy the holiday resorts group Club Med.
Windflow Technology will sack staff to reduce costs in the face of slow planning and production in the UK.
Oil prices have fallen on a jump in US petroleum stockpiles and the surge in the US dollar spurred by the European Central Bank's launch of a massive eurozone stimulus.
Accommodation booking service Airbnb is a relatively new company, but already it's seen as a serious threat to established hotels and motels.
The Kiwi dollar held at two-and-a-half year low as investors mull whether the currency is a good bet because of its high yield.
Google is getting ready to sell wireless telephone services directly to US consumers after reaching deals with carriers T-Mobile and Sprint.
The popular mobile messaging application WhatsApp, acquired by Facebook last year, has unveiled a new service for sending messages from a web browser.
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