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A power cut in Australia is being blamed for a system failure which stopped BNZ customers from being able to access their accounts on Saturday.
A shortage of labour and land could result in growing pains for the Government's ambitious 1 billion trees programme.
Event Cinemas staff are taking more strike action this weekend but the chain says movies will screen as usual.
A bankrupt Auckland developer who left creditors millions of dollars out of pocket has a Maserati, Mercedes-Benz and property in some of Melbourne's most exclusive suburbs to his name.
The final repair bill for damage caused by a fierce storm that lashed Auckland last month will not be known until August.
Spark has brought forward job losses but warned investors it would have to fork out more this year to pay for the restructuring.
The Government's collection of tax has recovered significantly, following a slump in the years after the global financial crisis in 2007-08.
Kiwis should get a much better idea within a few months of how computers are being used by government agencies to make decisions about them.
Not many of us would think that using your mouth at work can help to prevent a workplace injury, but in fact it's the best piece of safety gear around.
OPINION: There is no argument that New Zealand is one of a very few countries in the world well-placed to run much, if not quite all, of its economy on electricity.
A free-trade deal between the European Union and New Zealand could boost exports by $2 billion a year and save Kiwis "hundreds of millions of dollars a year" in cheaper imports, a business body says.
The Government's spending on education per person since the start of the decade has risen, but only slightly.
The bright red tuna on sale in many New Zealand sushi shops looks fresh â but it could be months old.
A vast electrification of factories and vehicles is expected to see demand for electricity double over the next 30 years, posing significant risks to New Zealand's energy system.
Fixing the insurance industry requires fixing a broken court system, says SÃ©amus O'Cromtha from the "Prisoners of Tower" protest group.