A new malware attack targeting passwords has been spreading through Facebook and infecting New Zealand users of the social network.
Older Kiwis think more houses should be built but younger generations prefer the idea of restricting ownership to residents.
Air New Zealand's full-year earnings before tax took a 21% hit, but it still posted its second-best profit, of $382 million.
The South Canterbury farmer whose property was first identified as infected with Mycoplasma bovis now fears the disease might also be present further north.
Auckland International Airport's profit has risen 27% to $332.9million, and total passenger numbers were up more than 10% to 19million during its year to June.
Information on nutrient losses from the Foundation for Arable Research's (Far) flux-meter data-collection project will have applications for Otago and Southland arable farmers.
Nurseryman Caleb Diack, of Invercargill, is growing walnuts but does not want to put all his eggs in one basket.
If the proposed new rural health training school goes ahead, training hubs for doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other health practitioners could be introduced into 10 rural communities throughout...
Having few women in leadership roles within the horticultural industry was ''constraining'' the sector, a recently released Women in Horticulture study says.
The Government's pre-election books show a bigger surplus for the 2017 financial year, but Finance Minister Steven Joyce doesn't see room to splash out until about 2020.
The Ministry for Primary Industries "strongly suspects" the cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis has spread to Otago.
Air New Zealand will be giving 8500 members of staff a $1700 bonus after the company reported its second highest profit in company history.
Sky TV's revenue and bottom line have been hit by a decline in premium satellite subscriptions.
Tourism Holdings has delivered a record annual $30.2 million after-tax profit, bettering its guidance and retaining its $50 million profitability goal for 2020.
Two of New Zealand's listed energy companies - Mercury and Genesis - provided different perspectives of the industry for investors and analysts.
Sky TV's profit dropped 20.9% in the year to the end of June.
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.