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Wooden toddler swings made in a small town near Taumarunui have become a favourite of American reality television star Kourtney Kardashian.
A Palmerston North family is putting the green in greengrocer as they open an environmentally friendly store.
The return of milk delivery in the capital is one step closer with the firing up of a Wairarapa bottling line.
One of Wellington's favourite caffeine joints is set to close its doors next month, ending an era in the Wellington coffee scene.
Most people her age are busy enough getting a handle on school and life, but a Palmerston North girl is getting a grip on running her own business.
A Hunterville man whose body could no longer endure the stress of physical labour has turned his teenage dream of opening a restaurant into a reality.
A popular fruit and vegetable market could be on the move to make way for a development on the banks of the Hutt River.
A Palmerston North coffee shop that was once a focal point for music lovers has served its last cup of java.
An apartheid era flag displayed in the shop window of a Wellington suburb has been labelled "racist" by locals.
Isolated shops need to offer a bargain or an experience that's worth the trip, a retail expert says.
A businessman facing the prospect of a strip club, and possibly a brothel, opening next door says adult entertainment has no place on New Plymouth's main street.
A ManawatÅ« computer programmer is grinding his way to fortune with a little inspiration and a lot of hard work, as his artificial intelligence software spreads across the world.
A collapsed Taranaki building firm has been reborn under a new boss after its predecessor went into liquidation owing creditors more than $1.2 million.
Workers at a Dannevirke manufacturing plant have been told almost half are likely to lose their jobs.
While never put off by naysayers, retiring business owners Tony and Betty McGreal did use a trick or two to give their fledgling venture the air of success.