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Economists say restrictions are affecting house sales and scaring first-home buyers.
The NZX 50 Index has dropped 0.3 percent as investors take profits after the market advanced to a record high last week.
Metlifecare has reported a 77 percent lift in first-half underlying profit to $15.3 million and expects full-year profit to grow up to 18 percent.
A share-milking company has admitted it could have done more to protect a farm hand killed in a quad bike accident and has been ordered to pay thousan...
Currency traders have lifted their bets that the Reserve Bank of New Zealand will start hiking interest rates in its pending policy review.
The biggest corporate fraud trial in New Zealand legal history starts in the Timaru High Court tomor...
Glenscore Xstrata manager Dan Clifford has been named as the new chief executive of struggling state...
The tax total indicates US$14.02 million worth of recreational pot was sold in January.
Xero founder Rod Drury says New Zealand Business Numbers will help to create trusting links between ...
Tigerair Australia has launched two new flight routes to Adelaide and welcomed a new A320 to Brisbane.
Credit and debit card spending on hospitality has increased for a seventh consecutive month.
Chiquita and Fyffes of Ireland have agreed to merge to create the world's biggest banana supplier.
Passengers on two domestic flights and one international may have caught measles.
New Zealand property sales fell 7.6 percent in February from a year earlier, according to the industry body representing real estate agents.
New revelations of problems at Pike River the day it exploded haven't surprised Grey District Mayor Tony Kokshoorn.
The Auckland Rescue helicopter Trust has accused a council funding board of having a "secret register of pecuniary interests".
Jobseekers will be in demand this year if the results of a new survey of the hiring intentions of companies are anything to go by.
Chorus won't get any additional government funding from Crown Fibre Holdings.
Shane Jones says Countdown is able to keep the price of snapper high because it doesn't pay for what it doesn't sell.
Searchers spot possible airline debris
Jones presses Countdown to come clean
'Red flags' missed in MH370 disaster
Coffee addicts warned of looming price shock
Dumped fish not paid for - Jones
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