Vodafone has upped the ante in the broadband wars, wiping the data cap from its $55 a month 4G fixed-wireless plan.
Tech entrepreneur John McAfee has died in a Barcelona prison by suicide after the Spanish high court authorised his extradition to the US on tax evasion charges.
There is about a week to go until the Home & Leisure Show begins - and this year you’ll find thousands of ideas and inspiration to build that new home or renovate where you are.
The Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce says the results of a business survey released today are "incredibly concerning".
Some Christchurch businesses are being hit by massive power bill rises as dry weather and a natural gas shortage wreak havoc on the electricity market.
A Newsroom representative and veteran journalist - supported by legal counsel and others - appeared in the Christchurch District Court today.
Businessman Mike Pero's proposed new airline, which would have flown direct from Christchurch to Rarotonga, has been grounded.
Dairy owners protesting restrictions on selling cigarettes have sent 'thousands' of postcards to Parliament that appear to have been supplied by British American Tobacco.
A landlord living in a sleepout behind her main rented house has been told to remove her garden furniture as she has no right to share the garden, laundry or mailbox with her tenants.
A high-tech factory in Rolleston that makes panels and modular parts for houses is shaking up the construction industry - but is battling to get buy-in to its non-traditional methods.
Significant and lasting trauma was inflicted on Mycoplasma bovis-affected farmers due to the Government’s poorly managed response to the disease outbreak, a University of Otago study has found.
Canterbury farmers who are still cleaning up after the floods earlier this month are being offered $3500.
A new Irish pub is set to open in October inside the central Christchurch heritage building, Shand's Emporium.
Supermarkets in Christchurch are on notice to do a better job of collecting their abandoned shopping trolleys.
More road works are under way along a busy Christchurch road - and the city council is warning motorists to expect delays.
Lime scooters will be off Dunedin's streets from the the end of this month, but rival company Neuron Mobility is expanding its fleet in the city.