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Wellington Airport making 'excessive profits'

Wellington International Airport is charging too much for planes to land on the tarmac, the Commerce Commission says.

Ex-InternetNZ head named Mega boss

Kim Dotcom's new cloud storage business Mega has hired the man recently overseeing standards for internet business in New Zealand.

iPad glow guided rescuers to missing tramper

iPad glow guided rescuers to missing tramper

Rescuers say the light from an iPad guided them to a day tramper who went missing in Fiordland National Park.

Farmer jailed for 'horrendous' cruelty to cows

A farmer who broke 115 of his cows' tails and hit the animals with steel pipes and milking cups in the cow shed has been jailed.

Body on beach might be missing boatie

A body found off a Coromandel Peninsula beach last evening may be that of a boatie missing since last month.

Mainzeal staff learned of collapse via media

Mainzeal staff learned of collapse via media

Many of Mainzeal's workforce of 400 staff learned about the collapse of the company on Waitangi Day through the media.

Firm 'unlikely to trade its way out of trouble'

It will be days until a clearer picture emerges of the financial situation construction company Mainzeal is in - but a receiver already admits it's "unlikely" the company will be able to trade its way out of trouble.

Couple flee to Vanuatu owing $2.5m in tax

A married couple have moved to Vanuatu after leaving behind a string of collapsed businesses which owe nearly $2.5 million to the New Zealand taxman.

Call centres swamped with teacher payroll inquiries

Call centres set up to deal with teachers' payroll problems have taken more than 800 calls after the first pay round of the school year, with hundreds of teachers expected to be underpaid or not paid at all.

Aussie sailors keeping NZ Navy afloat

Aussie sailors keeping NZ Navy afloat

The New Zealand navy is relying on Australian sailors to keep it afloat as skilled crew leave in droves for higher-paid jobs across the Tasman.

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