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Three jousting knights have drawn their lances over a proposed new chairlift at the Remarkables skifield, in Queenstown.
When US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping met for dinner at the G20 Summit in Argentina earlier this month, it was uncertain whether or not the two leaders would be able to come to an agreement that might signal a truce to a US-China trade war that has been in play since July.
Vodafone NZ is consulting staff on a restructure but it has dismissed a rumour that a decision has already been made to axe about 400 roles.
Air New Zealand could face more strike notices if engineers decide to vote down a new employment agreement, a union says.
New Zealand's spies have effectively been told to stop asking banks to "voluntarily" release personal information about people's banking transactions.
The chairman of KFC's Kiwi owner is poised to make more than $1 million after accepting a conditional takeover bid for the company.
ï»¿NZ Post says it has not made an "announcement" about the closure of its remaining 79 post shops but admitted it would continue to replace them with agencies run by the likes of book shops and pharmacies.
A Harcourts ad has been labelled "culturally offensive" for suggesting an iconic East Coast marae was for sale.
Kiwibank has shelved a proposal to outsource more of its service delivery functions to IBM after concluding there was not enough value in the arrangement to make it worthwhile.
Customers are being invited to "be the DJ" and choose their own music while they shop at fashion store Glassons.
Some Air New Zealand customers who could be affected by a planned pre-Christmas strike may not be covered by travel insurance.
It's fair to say that retailing, and malls in particular, are in a state of flux. Some malls are winning, others are not.
Air New Zealand, its engineer workers and their unions will be wanting to avoid a three day strike planned for the lead up to Christmas, an industrial relations expert says.
Trade Me looks set to be sold to private equity firm Apax Partners for $2.56 billion after the British buyer finalised and upped its offer by about $20 million to match an indicative offer from rival US bidder Hellman & Friedman.
Wainuiomata's rundown and largely-deserted mall is finally going to be knocked down and replaced with a new shopping precinct.