Electronics retailer Noel Leeming has been slapped with a warning from the Commerce Commission over its failed promises for fast delivery.
Petrol chain Gull, which operates a station on Stanmore Rd in Christchurch, has dropped its fuel price by 15c a litre from 7am today until midday Thursday.
Summerset Group, which owns several Christchurch retirement villages, will repay its $8.6 million Government wage subsidy.
A gas fitter whose negligence caused a giant gas explosion at a Christchurch house in July last year has been ordered to pay more than $130,000 in compensation and his company fined $82,500.
NZ's largest bank has upped the ante for residential property investors, increasing the minimum deposit to 40% to try and bring balance to an overheated housing market.
Staff at some Pandora franchises have been told not to call in sick for the next three weeks as the retailer embarks on its busy Christmas period.
Zit-face has become an obsolete insult at one South island high school thanks to three student entrepreneurs.
Tony Crosbie has done well for himself since leaving Ashburton College at the age of 15 - and now the 54-year-old will open his 13th Armadillo’s restaurant in the town on February 1.
Aspiring Christchurch airline owner Mike Pero says he's begun the long and complicated approval process for a new airline to serve the Pacific Islands.
The owner of a vehicle repair shop on Waterloo Rd says the planned South Express Cycleway route will have a negative impact on his customers and business.
The wait is over for a highly-anticipated supermarket that features a range of boutique grocery shops under one roof at Christchurch's Bush Inn Centre.
The number of Christchurch City Council employees on six-figure salaries has almost tripled since 2012.
Three teens have labelled Christchurch International Airport's plan to build an international airport at Tarras as "evil".
The chief executive of Lyttelton Port Company says improvements need to be made at "every level" of the organisation.
A scathing review of Lyttelton Port Company has uncovered a culture of sexism, racism, homophobia and bullying.
Kmart customers who purchased a Christmas wreath are being asked to return the product as it may have unwanted organisms.
A photo has emerged showing the scale of the backlog of ships waiting to get into Ports of Auckland as unprecedented and unexpected demand sees container ships stuck at sea for an average of eight days.