A Christchurch-based company, led by a pair who previously worked on the controls for NASA spacesuits, has created wearable technology to help elite athletes perform better and recover faster.
Vodafone NZ says it is updating its messaging to staff about personal travel to Australia during the bubble.
By Kirsty FrameSmall business owners are losing money and being left in the dark as to why their Instagram accounts have been disabled.
NZME, the publisher of the NZ Herald, has been fined $100,000 in relation to last year's failed attempt to buy competing publisher, Stuff.
Hector’s dolphin advocate Genevieve Robinson is demanding better marine protection for the dolphins around Banks Peninsula.
Online share trading platform Sharesies is expanding offering its investors the chance to trade shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
New research from three Canterbury University financial economists has shed light on the relationship between economic policy uncertainty and financial market volatility.
Rubber goods manufacturer Skellerup has significantly increased its forecast profit on the back of strong sales.
Age Concern Canterbury is ramping up educational classes to help the elderly navigate a cheque-free society as banks phase out the payment method, amid criticism.
A major public media merger is being mulled over by a government-appointed group. But is such a unification desirable - or even necessary?
Residents and shoppers are disappointed - but not surprised - the Redcliffs Four Square supermarket will soon be closed.
Uncertainty over quarantine-free travel between New Zealand and the Cook Islands has forced Christchurch businessman Mike Pero to halt his plans to start Pasifika Air.
No toilets, topless calendars and comments about their appearance are just some of the things women tradies say they deal with on a daily basis.
A 76-year-old Christchurch man arrested for allegedly importing liquid cocaine into New Zealand is a well-known figure in the adult entertainment industry.
Three Canterbury University graduation ceremonies for nearly 1100 students will be held in central Christchurch this week.
Christchurch City Council will no longer accept cheques as a payment method from the end of this month.