New Zealand shares fell for a fourth straight day, though losses slowed today, with Tower, Kiwi Property Group and Investore Property.
New Zealand food prices posted their biggest monthly increase in at least three years in August as produce and grocery items got more expensive.
NZME will pay $55 million in cash and issue shares giving Australia's Fairfax Media a 41 percent stake if a planned merger of New Zealand's dominant publishers is given the go-ahead.
Argosy Property has announced the sale of two sites for a combined total of $9.3 million.
A former employee of Auckland Transport and Rodney District Council has been sentenced to 10 months home detention after he pleaded guilty to two representative charges of accepting undisclosed...
Police returned bloodstained knives used in the murder of a young Dunedin mum to her family - in a box with other items still covered in blood.
Nearly all New Zealanders have affordable internet access but there are disparities in low-income areas and for satellite service users, new research shows.
Spark has set up a hotline following reports of customers receiving "aggressive" phone calls from scammers.
A 16-month-old toddler is believed to have died in a car on Friday.
The Whanganui District Health Board has extended its condolences to the family of the toddler who died on the grounds of Wanganui Hospital a week ago.
A Canterbury senior sergeant and a veteran pilot have been named as the two victims of a fatal microlight crash in Timaru last night.
A specialist dive squad has continued the search for a young man feared drowned at a popular surf beach north of Gisborne yesterday.
A New Zealander is among six skiers who died after being carried away by an avalanche during a trek in the French Alps.
Police have warned motorists to take extra care on the roads after two people died on Waikato roads within four hours of each other last night.
An inquest into the death of a young New Zealander who died in Western Australia from a mystery illness is due to begin today.
David Bain's bid for compensation has moved a step forward with the Justice Minister confirming Cabinet will resume consideration of his claim.
Two gliders have landed safely with no injuries south of Auckland, despite earlier reports of a light aircraft crash.
It is unlikely a mystery object that killed an Otago man will ever be fully identified, a coroner says.
Emergency services are on the scene of a fatal microlight crash near Timaru.
The Government has outlined its plans to dramatically reform the Resource Management Act, armed with new research which shows environmental regulations add $15,000 to the cost of a new home and $30,000 to the cost of a new apartment.