NZ needs a "plan B" for when dairy exports are no longer able to sustain the economy, according to visiting expert....
NZ needs a "plan B" for when dairy exports are no longer able to sustain the economy, according to visiting expert.
The Warehouse is planning to expand its online presence and run long-form infomercial-style advertisements on television.
Federal Reserve boss Ben Bernanke has delivered his much-anticipated testimony to Congress, and so far the markets like it.
The price of gold is trying to rally this morning, after steep falls in the past week.
Investor confidence has jumped to a two-year high thanks to buoyant property and share markets.
Indonesia holds opportunities for New Zealanders to do hundreds of millions of dollars of new business.
Business confidence is on the rise in Auckland with 50 percent of firms believing the business situation will improve.
The New Zealand dollar slumped to its lowest point this year.
The United States will increase its diplomatic presence in New Zealand.
Standard & Poor's, the global credit rating agency, has put eight local banks on notice over the rising risk of a housing bubble bursting in New Zealand.
In announcing his fifth Budget, Finance Minister Bill English today said the Government is on track to return to surplus - but debt is yet to peak.
New Zealand housing is already overvalued by about 25 percent and if it continues to rise may force the Reserve Bank to hike interest rates.
There are some encouraging signs for New Zealand's economy in the latest retail sales data.
Shares in the state-owned energy company Mighty River Power will go on sale mid-May.
More than a million New Zealanders could be eligible to join the legal action against “excessive” fees charged by banks in New Zealand.
An economist is questioning our quixotic obsession with economic growth, saying it doesn't make us happier.
Campaigners say MPs are in "John Banks la-la-land" if they think cutting wages will bring youth unemployment down.
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