Sky TV's has reported a $240.7 million loss for the June year against a profit of $116.3 million in the previous year.
Lenders are offering home-owners the lowest short-term bank mortgage rates in New Zealand history as they compete to lure customers before an expected rise next year.
Civil Aviation Authority staff are expected today at the site of a fatal microlight crash in Southland.
Brendon McCullum shapes as the pivotal player in New Zealand's opening Champions Trophy match against Sri Lanka.
Forty of New Zealand's luckiest, or unluckiest, players have pocketed $25,000 each in Lotto's First Division draw.
New evidence has emerged which completely clears David Bain and he deserves an immediate pardon, his lawyer, Michael Reed QC, says.
Disgruntled Kiwis are set to take a stand against the petrol industry and the Government over petrol prices, with plans to boycott all petrol stations around the country.
Labour has dropped its controversial plan to hold some women-only selections after its leader David Shearer asked for it to be withdrawn.
The wealthy mostly became wealthier last year, according to the National Business Review's 2013 rich list.
Jilted Warriors star Shaun Johnson has requested a release from the final year of his contract with the Auckland NRL club.
Lydia Ko looks set to make the cut at the women's British Open but she will be on the threshold at one-over par.
Fonterra says it plans to help farmers take some of the guesswork out of their finances by introducing a fixed milk price.
Manchester United and Sky TV have announced a three-year agreement to bring its dedicated TV channel, MUTV, to New Zealand which will include delayed coverage of Manchester United Premier League matches.
A 7-year-old boy who died after being swept out to sea at Raglan was swimming at an unpatrolled section of beach.
Team New Zealand emerged through the fog to book their place in the America's Cup final, wrapping up the Louis Vuitton challenger series over Luna Rossa 7-1.
National leader Simon Bridges is pledging to move tax thresholds every three years in line with inflation, which would see someone on the average wage with an extra $430 a year in 2021.
A major announcement has been made about a new Auckland branch for the national museum Te Papa, currently based in Wellington.
Judith Collins is dismissing any talk of challenging for the National Party leadership, despite jumping ahead of leader Simon Bridges for preferred Prime Minister in the latest political poll.