Dairy product prices edged higher at the Global Dairy Trade auction, rising for the second time in six auctions, as gains in milk fats offset a decline in milk powders.
The Government has reached a deal with the remaining uninsured or uninsurable Christchurch property owners in the city's 'red zone' after the Court of Appeal deemed the second offer to be "unlawful".
A Labour-led government would seek to cash in on a tourism boom by charging international visitors a $25 levy to help grow the industry and protect New Zealand's biodiversity, it 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.
Dairy product prices declined at the Global Dairy Trade auction, easing for the fourth time in five auctions.
The Commerce Commission wants Fonterra Cooperative Group to be more forthcoming in the information it provides about sales outside the GlobalDairyTrade platform.
Dairy product prices fell at the Global Dairy Trade auction, declining for the third time in four auctions, amid concern about extra supply.
Silver Fern Farms announced the resignation of chief executive Dean Hamilton, who will leave at the end of the year, and said a search is underway for his replacement.
The Government has announced a $36.8 million action plan to boost the West Coast.
Buller's Stockton Mine workers are to keep their jobs when the West Coast mine changes hands.
Dairy product slipped at the Global Dairy Trade auction, declining for the first time since March.
Angry West Coast senior doctors say the Government's plans for a public/private partnership to fund Westport's new integrated family health centre (IFHC) will suck millions of dollars from health...
Dairy product prices rose at the Global Dairy Trade auction, increasing for the fifth consecutive time, amid solid demand for fat products.
Dairy product prices advanced at the Global Dairy Trade auction, increasing for the fourth consecutive time amid strong demand.
Urban areas have the biggest problem with polluted freshwater, but rural areas are showing a faster-declining trend in the quality of fresh water in lakes, rivers and streams, a major reports warns.
The Electricity Authority is ditching the cost-benefit analysis at the heart of its controversial attempt to find a new way to divide up costs for the national grid.
Ownership of two of New Zealand's oldest food brands, Gregg's and Raro, is up for grabs as the Japanese owner of the Cerebos businesses in New Zealand and Australia puts them up for sale.
Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse is set to announce "tweaks" to the immigration system.
New Zealand's wool market picked up at the latest weekly auctions across the North and South Islands yesterday.
The Commerce Commission has warned chicken producers Inghams Enterprises and Tegel Foods for packaging chickens with misleading sizes.