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When Kelly Ryan finished university he didn't like beer and was eyeing a job at Fonterra as a microbiologist or food scientist.
A popular family run Palmerston North bakery is looking to serve up a few new flavours as it expands into a cafe.
Thousands of coffee cups could be saved from the tip every month by an initiative that promotes reusable takeaway vessels.
A group armed with bats allegedly threatened a shop attendant at the Bunnythorpe Mini Market before fleeing in a stolen vehicle.
A Palmerston North food supplier's big expansion plans are taking off with a new facility and a meaty partnership with a major airline in the works.
A business helping tourism websites increase sales has walked away with $10,000 after winning a new Taranaki competition aiming to turn ideas into reality.
Getting published has never been easy, but a new fundraising platform is providing a new way of helping fledgling authors get off the ground.
An Auckland restaurant has been ordered to pay a fired employee $11,000 after making comments about the worker's age and instructing him to only hire European staff.
The Commerce Commission has received complaints about Celebration Box, started by Waist Trainer millionaire Iyia Liu, after a slew of complaints on social media.
A former Kaitaia backpackers hostel owner wants his eight years' jail sentence for drugging and indecently assaulting young men, reduced.
The TaupÅ District's economic development agency says the fast food restaurant and BP station proposed for the town's State Highway 1 intersection would be great for Turangi's economic future.
A century-old traditional butchery is following its Palmerston North customers online and shutting up shop.
A Kiwi e-commerce entrepreneur famous for making millions from her Waist Trainer, worn by the Kardashians, is copping flak for sub-standard customer service in her new venture.
Two couples are abandoning their dream homes after their dealings with an architectural designer who drew up 'unbuildable' homes hundreds of thousands of dollars over budget.