An Auckland restaurant has been forced to close after a row over a diabetic diner eating her own food.
New Zealand petrol prices could reach a nightmare $3 a litre following the attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities, an economist says.
Customers of the Bank of New Zealand are threatening to move their business elsewhere after issues with its online banking system have dragged on for five days.
Accountants combing through the wreckage of Barry Kloogh's financial advisory businesses cannot find any evidence of millions of dollars of supposed investments.
Kiwis reported financial losses of $8.2 million from cyber crime for the first half of 2019 – more than $3m higher than the same period last year, according to a security firm.
Countdown will not sell energy drinks to people under the age of 16 at any of its 180 New Zealand stores from this week.
Two Canterbury construction firms whose staff and contractors have said they were owed thousands have gone into liquidation or ceased trading.
Trustpower has indicated it is open to the possibility of working with a third party to undertake the Arnold River power scheme it shelved seven years ago as uneconomic.
Seven thousand employees at The Warehouse will now be paid a living wage after four days of negotiations.
Forestry deals continue to keep the Overseas Investment Office (OIO) busy and 16 consents have been approved since the new streamlined forestry test was introduced in October 2018.