The government has given final approval for the country's first open ocean salmon farm.
Many Allied Petroleum, Gull, Z and other fuel stations across NZ have ground to a halt due to a leap day software glitch.
A rat-plagued Dunedin supermarket is again open for business nearly three weeks after closing its doors.
Two Queenstown hospitality companies have been placed in receivership today, two-and-a-half months after the death of founder Kevin Carlin.
Another rat has been caught at a Dunedin Countdown - and evidence of nests has been found in the walls of the supermarket.
Upgraded Eftpos machines have been asking customers if they want to tip a 5, 10 or 15 per cent portion of their bill.
Christchurch property developer Dave Henderson wants to be tried in a court in front of a jury of his peers.
A yoga teacher with a specialist interest in women's health and hormones has turned a Christchurch beach into a temporary sunrise yoga studio.
A rat-plagued supermarket will remain closed today, with further sightings of rodents over the weekend.
A failed building project manager’s million-dollar Ilam property has been put on the block by receivers as tradespeople are still owed thousands from a previous bankruptcy.
A Christchurch supermarket should have binned all food in its deli immediately after a mouse was found scurrying inside the counter, food safety officials say.
The Fendalton Library and Service Centre is set to become a one-stop shop to post letters and pay bills.
Fletcher Building has made a $120 million net loss after tax in its interim result and its chief executive has resigned, giving six month’s notice.
Christchurch Airport has stopped using the phrase "climate positive" in its marketing, even though it still maintains the phrase is "factually accurate".
Fruit and vegetable delivery business Wonky Box has its eyes on making further inroads into the South Island.
After two more rats were caught in the store today, Countdown Dunedin South has confirmed it will not reopen its store until at least Thursday.
NZ Food Safety deputy director-general Vincent Arbuckle says it appeared proper procedures were not followed immediately after a mouse was spotted at Eastgate Countdown.