Following yesterday's announcement that ANZ and Westpac would discontinue fees on other banks' automatic teller machines, ASB, Kiwibank and BNZ have now taken similar steps.
Freightways is enjoying elevated activity as growth in e-commerce continues, Forsyth Barr broker Lyn Howe says.
Nine Mile Station's poll merino ram sale in Central Otago left the owners beaming about the high prices paid.
The NZX reported higher earnings for the year ended December, reflecting a large cutback in operating costs.
ANZ Bank NZ is dropping charges customers have to pay when they use another bank's ATM.
Milton woolhandler Cheri Peterson has become the latest addition to the ranks of Open-class winners by claiming the Southern Shears title in Gore.
Southern sheep farmers have weathered the effects of this summer's extremes and are enjoying bumper prices for the important Easter lamb export trade, says the country's biggest sheepmeat exporter, Alliance Group.
Frustration and anger is building among Fonterra's farmer-owners as a second mega-million dollar China investment by New Zealand's biggest company threatens to hit the rocks and erode their future...
The farm worker who died on Saturday after becoming trapped in a potato harvester in Pukekohe was an Indian man whose family had spent a fortune sending him to New Zealand to study.
In the third of a five-part series on wellbeing and wellness with a rural focus, Mischa Clouston looks at the importance of continuing with learning.
From bare farmland to a bustling construction site, the rural landscape of McNab, near Gore, has transformed remarkably over the past 18 months.
South Island-listed companies ended 2017 on a high, recording their strongest quarter of growth as their collective market capitalisation grew 9% to more than $22 billion.
New Zealand's manufacturing activity rose in January but comments from manufacturers provided another angle to the story, ManufacturingNZ executive director Catherine Beard said.
He may have fought in World War II, had children and lived in New Zealand since he was 16, but proving his identity is turning out to be tough for an Auckland 94-year-old.
Sally Rae speaks to New Zealand’s Aluminium Smelters Ltd general manager Gretta Stephens about her role, life in the South - and knitting.
Auckland International Airport reported a higher reported profit for the six months ended December, helped by the ongoing success of Queenstown Airport.
Minister for Agriculture by day, shearer by night.
Skellerup's industrial division was the standout in the first half of the 2018 financial year, Forsyth Barr broker Damian Foster said yesterday.
Farmers visiting Alliance Group’s tent at the Southern Field Days had mostly one burning question — how long could lamb prices be sustained.
Fletcher Building stock has been downgraded a day after it revealed it had project-managed its way into an estimated $952million loss accumulated by its Building + Interiors division.