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Elizabeth Lovell's prowess with making wreaths came to the fore as soldiers were welcomed home to HÄwera after the First World War ended.
A popular Central Otago Italian restaurant destroyed by fire will rise from the ashes before the peak summer season returns.
KererÅ« Brewing Company has kept New Zealand's dominant hold on a coveted international brewing title.
A war of words has erupted between a city leader and the hospitality industry over sexual violence prevention in Wellington.
A taxi driver says surviving being beaten, kidnapped and left in the boot of a burning car showed that God loved him, a jury has heard.
Shared office spaces nationwide are opening their doors to prospective users for free on May 22 to showcase what they have to offer.
A taxi driver was robbed, wounded and kidnapped, before his cab was set alight while he was still in the boot, a Wellington jury has been told.
Roller-blades were not yet a thing and a group called NWA had just brought out an album called Straight Outta Compton when Dave Green set up his shop on lower Cuba St.
For more than 50 years, the Dayal family's fruit and vege shop has looked on as Cuba St transformed from butchers and fishmongers to trendy cafes and hipster boutiques. Nikki Macdonald joined them for the last days of one of the city's last urban greengrocers.
Higher costs mean sustainable businesses aren't getting a look in despite generating positive social outcomes, one employer says.
A Taranaki company fined $52,500 for selling safety jackets that did not provide the stated standard of burn protection says it has made changes to protect its customers.
A Bay of Plenty kiwifruit picking business has been fined and ordered to pay more than $30,000 for avoiding minimum wages and illegally deducting money from a worker.
At New Zealand's International Games Festival Play by Play in Wellington last month, gamers from across the country gathered to get a glimpse of the future of the NZ game industry.
Accounting software firm Xero has launched a database which will track an age-old weakness of small businesses, late payments.
A South Auckland business has been fined $35,000 for selling toys that easily break into small, sharp choking hazards.
Two former business partners have ended up in a legal battle, with one accusing the other of stealing confidential intellectual property.
Mike Guilford's self-contained waste remediation system could be a game-changer for commercial waste producers.