Emirates says it will return to Auckland with scheduled passenger services from July 1.
A surprising mini-boom in the domestic car rental industry has caused Kiwi company Jucy to rethink its hibernation plans.
Mike Barns has been building hospitals in the desert and is now building one in Dunedin. He says we can learn from the budget and time blowouts that impacted Christchurch Hospital's new buildings.
Vodafone New Zealand is estimating more than 100 jobs could be cut as the company addresses the impact of Covid-19.
Tracey Idour opened Botanica Furniture just after the lockdown finished in May - and says “thousands” of people have come through its doors since.
A human rights commissioner has called on businesses planning closures in the wake of Covid-19, such as The Warehouse, to treat workers with more dignity and respect.
A complaint has been made to the Commerce Commission over Williams Corporation’s advertising for some of its developments.
New Zealand fast-food item Georgie Pie will be discontinued after McDonald’s announced it is ending production of the Kiwi classic.
The owner of women's fashion brand Max is planning to close 17 stores after having virtually no revenue during the Covid-19 lockdown.
The amount of building work sharply dropped in the March 2020 quarter, partly due to the Covid-19 lockdown.
H&J Smith has confirmed it will close its Te Anau and Balclutha shops and downsize its Gore department store.
A financial boost to help community organisations cope with the challenges of the coronavirus crisis has been proposed.
A consumer watchdog says it is not reasonable for Air New Zealand to deny customers refunds and offer them credits instead.
Sales of employee monitoring software have skyrocketed since the country went into lockdown, with tech companies reporting a 300 per cent increase for New Zealand customers.