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Auckland is going to be a busy place when Mate Ma Tonga take on the Kangaroos, but perhaps nobody will have more on their plate than Melissa Kami.
Sales at a new distillery set up in Reefton on the West Coast featuring local characters and stories have proved a hit "beyond wildest expectations" on its opening day this week.
BlackBerry isn't really a mobile phone company anymore - it's making most of its cash from software and protecting businesses from cyber attack.
OPINION: Thanks everyone who gave such generous feedback on the column a couple of weeks ago on 10 things learnt from running a small business.
She's already met the Queen, now a young Auckland woman has been recognised by Facebook for her work empowering other teenage girls.
Equity crowdfunding is not just for startups and a 15-year-old company best known for its school tuck shops is seeking $1m to expand its business and extend a free lunch scheme.
SwipedOn founder Hadleigh Ford says the sale of the business to British company SmartSpace for $11 million is a positive exit for some shareholders just one year after a $1m capital raising.
Australian investment fund Skip Capital is backing another woman-led startup as part of a Â£1.5 million (NZ$3.0 million) investment seed round in recruitment platform Applied.
With petrol prices around the country at an all-time high, the people running service stations must be raking it in. Right?
OPINION: The idea of a living wage sounds appealing. Who wouldn't welcome people being paid an amount that's adequate to sustain them?
In just 18 months West Aucklander Anabelle McCusker has turned a horse float converted into a pop-up cafe â with a loyal following.
Dunedin psychologist Dr Rob Thomson extended his mortgage to launch a social enterprise to help vulnerable people keep themselves out of debt.