The rebranding of the Countdown supermarket chain to Woolworths is a turn-off for shoppers, a recent brand survey found, with more than half of consumers seeing the investment as a waste of money.
Meta Platforms has rolled out new AI products for consumers, including bots that create photo-realistic images, smart glasses that answer questions and an updated virtual-reality headset.
Inflation is hurting the Warehouse Group with its annual profit falling 65% in the year to the end of July.
A person has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after an incident at Christchurch Airport.
New Zealanders may be throwing away less food - but a new survey suggests the cost of what's being binned has jumped to $3.2 billion a year.
Anyone who fails their driver licence test will be able to breathe a sigh of relief from Sunday when the fee to resit the exam is scrapped.
In a first for the South Island, low-carbon concrete is being used in the construction of a new four-level office block in central Christchurch.
A vulnerable 84-year-old widow lost more than $100,000 after scammers hacked her friend’s Facebook account and convinced the victim to send money to unlock an imaginary Covid subsidy payment.
It's vast, open and empty - but Tarras locals say it's not the right place for Christchurch Airport's planned new international airport.
TVNZ is planning significant cuts to content production, programmes and operational spending - and has scrapped pay rises for executives and top-earning staff - as advertising revenue drops.
Mayor Phil Mauger has been given a clear message from readers of The Star - don’t sell ratepayer-owned assets like Lyttelton port and Christchurch Airport.
The crippling cost of dental procedures in New Zealand is prompting people to seek treatment in India instead.
When McDonald's Rolleston restaurant manager Kerri Vickery started working for the fast food company she never thought she’d become one of the top managers in the world.
The government has launched its Grocery Code of Conduct - and says it will end the coercive behaviour of the big supermarket chains.
Some Selwyn district councillors did not know voting on the District Plan would scuttle an appeal against a large controversial subdivision.