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An electric vehicle "subscription" service launched by Mercury Energy has proved a hit, with most of the cars on offer snapped up within hours.
Minister for Regional Economic Development Shane Jones has announced the formation of a new independent infrastructure entity to help drive economic growth.
Auckland company Brilliance International has been fined $540,000 for making "misleading representations" about its steel mesh products, which are used to earthquake-strengthen buildings.
National party leader Simon Bridges is wooing the construction industry with a promise to "double down" on infrastructure and planning reforms.
Media funding agency NZ on Air trumpets its successes by publishing details of the "top 10" productions it funds, but does not provide ratings information on shows that aren't a hit with the public.
An upmarket Hamilton restaurant is throwing in the napkin as fine dining restaurants grapple with a "perfect storm".
Private colleges that cater to foreign students have gone quiet about changes to work visa rules now they have been confirmed by the Government.
A plastic manufacturer says people are blaming plastic bags for wrecking the environment, instead of taking responsibility for their own wasteful behaviour.
Talk of a possible merger between Stuff Limited and television and radio business MediaWorks is speculation, Greg Hywood, chief executive of Stuff's Australian parent Fairfax says.
OPINION: It's hugely disappointing to hear there are farmers who make no attempt to reduce effluent runoff, allow stock into their waterways and lack generally a respect and understanding of their environment.
ANALYSIS The job just got much harder for Sky Television's next chief executive, following an ambitious lurch by rival Spark into the sports business.
âTake New Zealand's "infrastructure gap", a government that has promised to cut debt, and trillions of dollars seeking a haven from a possible sharemarket correction, and you have a recipe for a bit of financial wizardry.
Having cemented pole position in the battery-fed electric car sales race, Hyundai would like to now set the pace with the fuel of the future: hydrogen.
Spark has secured the exclusive rights to show Premier League football matches in New Zealand from next year.
A slowing economy and "high expectations" from voters for spending means the Government is likely to miss its central debt target, a top economist is warning.
A series of advertisements that outraged renters has been dumped after property manager Quinovic stepped in to censure the franchisee that was behind the controversial campaign.