If you count the jobs Jillian Dempster did while supporting herself at university and travelling, then diplomacy is No 13.
The transtasman dollars felt the immediate benefit of the dumping of Steve Bannon, a former adviser to United States President Donald Trump.
Listed jeweller Michael Hill reported an improved profit for the year ended June but provided no outlook commentary or guidance in its release to the NZX and ASX.
New Zealand's annual net migration continues to soar but there was little political reaction when the latest Statistics New Zealand figures were released yesterday.
Business wants to see more focus on regional development in the election campaign, according to the results of a survey of more than 500 New Zealand businesses about the issues that matter most.
When a book on the history of the Wilden settlement is launched this month, it will also serve as a reunion.
Canterbury-based Julie Bohnenn has been appointed as the new independent director of Farmlands Co-operative.
Growing up on a sheep and beef farm in Invercargill, Lucy Griffiths and her siblings were not allowed to leave home without a woollen garment.
New Zealand listed retailers are expected to have a positive reporting season, with the exception of The Warehouse Group, where decline in profit is forecast.
Whether it is from the 1920s, 1980s or 2000s, the staff and volunteers at Shop on Carroll want to see your wedding dress.
Dunedin is the place to be. At least that seems to be the case for out-of-towners buying houses in the city.
Keeping abreast of design best practice is helping a long-standing Dunedin firm to keep growing after 105 years.
Spark chairman Mark Verbiest will retire later this year and be replaced by director Justine Smyth.
Beleaguered manufacturer and distributor Steel & Tube has delivered a disappointing full-year result, at the bottom end of its downgraded guidance.
Telecommunications company Spark managed only a small increase in its operating profit in the year ended June but chairman Mark Verbiest said the results were in line with expectations.
Camper van operator Tourism Holdings is expected to report a strong full-year earnings result on Tuesday, driven by an impressive performance from its New Zealand operations.
Silver Fern Farms has awarded six Plate to Pasture youth scholarships to six young people who are developing their careers in the red meat, food and farming industries.
Skellerup has delivered an improved $22.1million profit for its year to June, largely underpinned by improved cost controls and also buoyed by a foreign exchange gain.
Tasman dental chain Abano Healthcare’s 2017 intern scholarship for a University of Otago commerce student is due to be announced within a week.
Consumer confidence has continued to lift in August as sentiment remains well above its long-run average, the latest ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Survey shows.