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The Environmental Protection Agency is considering an application for seabed mining in south Taranaki.
The PSA kiwifruit vine-killing disease has prompted Seeka to sell its stake in Opotiki Packing and Cool Storage for less than purchase price.
Demand for housing in Christchurch after the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes has driven the value of residential properties up.
New Zealand manufacturing sales volumes rose in the fourth quarter last year, driven by dairy and meat.
Shane Jones is picking another fight with Countdown - this time over allegations it dumped tonnes of snapper.
A Hamilton store has been slapped with a $25,000 fine for selling dangerous Christmas lights.
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Dunedin may yet get a flash new waterfront hotel after the city council and a Chinese-backed develop...
Wellington Drive Technologies will raise $5 million selling mandatory convertible notes to sharehold...
There's a new gadget out that turns water into wine. But how? And is it any good?
What's driving the share market to new highs, and do corporate profit results justify such market optimism?
The failure to stop stolen passports being used on flight MH370 should concern NZ authorities, according to an expert.
The New Zealand dollar weakened after a key measure of US employment posted stronger-than-forecast gains.
If you think you already pay too much for your daily cup of coffee, you might want to brace yourself.
New Zealand interest rates are expected to be hiked this week for the first time in three years.
The Greens want a moratorium on seabed mining ahead of an environmental hearing to decide whether to allow mining of iron ore off the Taranaki coast.
The Round the Bays will be run in Auckland for the 42nd time tomorrow, but some say the organisers are taking the fun out of the term fun-run.
Ngai Tahu is buying cutting rights to forests on land it already owns on the West Coast, some of which may be suitable for dairying.
More than 4000 claims have been lodged relating to the 6.2 earthquake which struck in the lower North Island in January.
Searchers spot possible airline debris
Participants upset by Round the Bays fee spike
'Red flags' missed in MH370 disaster
Coffee addicts warned of looming price shock
Seabed mining hearing set to begin
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