Auckland church St Matthew-in-the-City has raised enough money for at least two more controversial billboards by auctioning off its Christmas offering.
A new online trading website has launched in direct competition with TradeMe.
Many unwanted Christmas gifts are ending up on TradeMe, with lingerie featuring prominently.
New Zealand shares fell as some investors freed up funds to buy into Fairfax Media's Trade Me selldown.
An unnamed adviser at a registered NZX firm will pay a $10,000 settlement with the market watchdog after getting found out on a backroom deal.
Kiwis keen for a slice of royalty can now enjoy the next best thing: A piece of Prince Charles’ birthday cake.
eBay has redesigned its website to encourage visitors to browse and collect items they might want to buy later.
A new auction website aiming to knock TradeMe off its perch has had a disastrous first couple of days.
Ellerston Capital, a fund manager controlled by Australian billionaire James Packer's family interests, has emerged as a substantial shareholder in online auction site Trade Me.
The right to press the button for the first implosion of a building in Christchurch will be auctioned on TradeMe.
When Christchurch's CBD became a red zone, small pockets of it remained relatively intact.
Auckland Airport is holding a TradeMe auction with a difference, selling off its 'old school flight information board' to raise money for charity.
A Christchurch mother has come up with a unique plan to combat the family's financial struggles.
A black market in Marmite is flourishing after Sanitarium admitted the country's about to run out of the yeasty spread.
Auction site TradeMe is a beacon of financial hope in a gloomy market.
A Lower Hutt woman's TradeMe auction - which offers a tattoo of the winner's choice on her bottom - has had nearly 50 bids and thousands of views.
It’s a TradeMe auction with a difference – a Lower Hutt woman is selling advertising space on her buttocks.
Shares of Trade Me have traded at over a five percent premium to their $2.70 listing price when they debuted on the NZX.
New Zealanders seem to want Apple gadgets more than anything else this Christmas, but they also have a new penchant for scooters, kayaks and jet boats.
A small number of TradeMe’s most active users will be offered shares in the company, ahead of its listing on the stock market next month.
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