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A farmer has been fined $70,000 and ordered to pay reparations of $130,000 after his worker was killed in a tractor incident.
A body representing seismic testing companies is demanding more than $100 million in compensation for its members if the Government passes a ban on issuing new exploration permits.
A union delegation has presented plastics manufacturer Sistema with 7000 open letters calling for it to improve the pay and conditions of its workers.
MediaWorks, owner of TV channel Three, says it has no comment on a report in an Australian newspaper that it may be about to be taken over by a billboard company.
Trade Me says next year's "Amazon tax" on overseas internet shopping could be a double-edged sword for its own business.
Some of the biggest names in New Zealand business will come together to advise Jacinda Ardern on how to supercharge the New Zealand economy.
Shares in Restaurant Brands have jumped more than 14 per cent after a major Mexican company flagged a $881 million offer for a controlling stake in Restaurant Brands.
Sky TV board member Derek Handley has been dragged over the coals by a shareholder concerned about the entrepreneur's chequered history.
GST will go on internet shopping purchases from overseas from October next year, the Government has confirmed.
It's only October, not even Halloween yet, and already Christmas cards and decorations are sneaking their way into the stores.
A KiwiBuild developer's suggestion that "we've lost our Kiwiness" has been labelled disrespectful by a top sociology professor.
News reporting could come bundled with your broadband connection, newly-appointed Broadcasting Minister Kris Faafoi believes.
Power retailer Flick Electric has customers experiencing such high spot prices many are opting to switch services – but at least one other retailer is refusing to take them on as customers.
Workers in New Zealand's screen industry will be allowed to bargain collectively again under a model proposed by the Government-convened Film Industry Working Group.
Infusing salmon with a drizzle of Disney, Irish megalithic art or a homage to late chef Anthony Bourdain were some of the mouth-watering creations at an international culinary challenge with a difference.
BNZ will let new customers prove their identity and open bank accounts online by videoing their passport and taking a "video selfie".
A businessman who rogue MP Jami-Lee Ross alleged provided $100,000 in donations to Simon Bridges hosted the National Party leader for dinner, his wife says.
Air New Zealand and Zephyr Airworks have signed an agreement to bring the world's first autonomous electric air taxi service to New Zealand.