The Government is planning a shake-up of State-owned enterprises after criticising them for what it says is poor financial performance.
Halo - the groundbreaking first-person shooter that arguably sold millions of Xbox consoles worldwide on its own - has broken the mould after three sequels and is going back in time with a new game in a new genre.
The Cabinet is expected to give the big tick today to legislation that could see most, if not all of the country's prisons run eventually by private companies.
Free-falling financial markets have pounded the $12 billion New Zealand Superannuation Fund and raised questions about its future management.
The reflections on the polished boardroom table - mainly cloud, some of it with foreboding grey undersides, and a few glimpses of blue sky - seem entirely appropriate.
The Minister of Immigration has ordered Immigration's Pacific division to be dismantled after a stinging report found a wide range of problems - ranging from poorly-trained staff and long backlogs, to sloppy use of company credit cards and a "fiefdom" approach.
Despite the Sanlu nightmare, New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra says it will continue to seek new opportunities in China, although it will be treading cautiously.
A top police officer has been stood down after refusing to take a drink-driving breath test.
Former high-flying developer and self-styled property investment guru Dan McEwan, the man behind the plan to turn Dunedin's former chief post office into a Hilton hotel, has been adjudged bankrupt.
The legal age for drinking, beer advertisements and blood alcohol levels for drivers are being scrutinised as the Law Commission reviews the liquor laws.
Pupils say racial sensitivity could have been the catalyst for yesterday's stabbing of a West Auckland high school teacher.
Two Counties Manukau police officers were red-faced on Thursday after their patrol car overturned on the way to an emergency callout.
Police are being called to schools about 40 times every week of the academic year to deal with behaviour teachers say they cannot handle.
A national campaign to save or create thousands of jobs and stabilise shaky businesses will hinge on three main ideas from yesterday's Jobs Summit in Manukau.
Businesses are increasingly turning to the four-day week as the recession bites into manufacturing orders from home and abroad.
Government belt-tightening has not affected a pre-election promise to spend $1.5 billion on delivering super-fast broadband.
Ousted iwi business leader Wally Stone has spoken out for the first time in defence of Ngai Tahu Holdings Corporation after its reputation was "smeared" by a secret report.
The disappearance of packages containing passports has police worried they were stolen for identity fraud.
A Dunedin man whose Roslyn home was stormed by armed police this month in search of a missing German woman had previously been charged with criminally harassing a Brazilian student.
Vodafone will sell the Google-powered HTC "Magic" touchscreen smartphone in New Zealand.