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Spark's net profit rose to $460 million in the 12 months to June 30, from $238 million a year earlier.
Kathmandu is committing to the Christchurch CBD with a plan for a new head office to house 150 staff.
The kiwi rose to 84.03 US cents at 8am in Wellington, from 83.57 cents at 5pm a day earlier.
More than 200 employees of council-owned infrastructure company Infracon will only be paid up to next Wednesday.
National has scorned Labour's promise to create 3000 more jobs in Otago within three years if it wins the election.
A new forestry company is aiming to help New Zealand investors in around 14,000 small forests agains...
A snapshot of farmers' concerns in the run-up to the election has revealed a problem for John Key.
More than 100 Auckland jobs are at risk as stationery supplier Croxley looks to close its Avondale m...
The ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Index fell seven points to 125.5 in August, snapping two mont...
Planned industrial action by thousands of hospital workers over a pay dispute has been called off.
Pakeha are starting to find houses just as unaffordable as Maori and Pacific people but inequality between ethnic groups remains rife.
AMP's New Zealand financial services unit lifted first-half earnings as it increased KiwiSaver cashflows and boosted funds under management.
Twitter has started testing a new feature which puts popular tweets into people's timelines, even if they don't follow that person.
The kiwi fell to 83.67 US cents at 8am in Wellington, from 83.88 cents at 5pm on Wednesday.
Ports of Auckland posted a 90 percent gain in full-year profit, after lifting volumes of containers and freight while reining in costs.
Argentina says it will pay all its creditors in Buenos Aires, seeking to circumvent a US court order barring it from repaying the debt it restructured after its 2001 default.
Emergency ambulance services are getting a funding boost of nearly $10 million.
Fletcher Building is counting on cost savings and a backlog of construction work in New Zealand to help drive earnings growth in 2015.
Fletcher Challenge and Trade Me annual results have helped buoy the NZ sharemarket, but energy sotcks have suffered amid political controversy.
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