Inflation is expected to hit its highest level in a decade when the latest data is released on Monday.
Home buyers are spending millions of dollars on top-end southern homes despite not having set foot on the property, real estate agents say.
Jamie Siggleko was jailed for six years for assaulting a police officer, but time in prison sparked a change, when he discovered he could use hair clippers to gain respect.
A woman who was fired after a public disagreement with her boss on Facebook has been awarded $5000 in compensation for hurt and humiliation as well as $3104 in lost and unpaid wages.
The Serious Fraud Office has launched several inquiries into alleged abuse of the Government's Covid-19 wage subsidy scheme.
Britain will be among the first countries to apply corporate sustainability disclosure standards from a new global board to be unveiled soon, a government minister says.
Facebook will now count activists and journalists as "involuntary" public figures and so increase protections against harassment and bullying targeted at these groups, its global safety chief said in an interview this week.
One of the largest-scale organic dairying portfolios in the southern hemisphere is on the market in Southland.
Port Otago has achieved a record before-tax profit of $94.5million, but its chairman stresses it does need context.
A large piece of land on the market in Dunedin could provide 100 sections for development, the selling agent says.
Fuel prices have reached more than $2.50 for a litre of 91, adding to the financial struggles of many New Zealanders in the wake of Covid-19 restrictions.
Private businesses can make it compulsory for employees to be vaccinated against Covid-19 if they justify the need to do so, employment law specialists say.
Port Otago has achieved a record profit of $94.5 million for the 2020/21 financial year, largely due to unrealised property revaluation across its portfolio.
An NZX-listed Marlborough-based wine company has announced its intention to buy Central Otago’s Zebra Bendigo Flat Vineyard.
A delighted Sir Ian Taylor has been given approval by the Government to trial a private self-isolation system for international travel, designed to free up spaces in MIQ for returning Kiwis.
National grid operator Transpower has apologised for its shortcomings that led to widespread power blackouts in the North Island in August.