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The price of silver has followed gold, shooting upward during the Covid-19 pandemic, as more people turn to the yellow metal's poorer cousin.
Consumers will have to pay more for their internet and phone connections, otherwise the industry warns it will struggle to invest in new technology.
ANZ's monthly survey found business confidence improved slightly, but not as much as expected, according to the bank's chief economist.
So-called "woke" funds are proving to be a profitable option for conscientious investors.
New Australian legislation could force New Zealand companies to confront modern slavery in their ranks.
Tertiary students have faith in the tourism industry's future, despite the blow dealt to the sector by Covid-19.
The telecommunications industry will face big costs if the New Zealand government follows Britain's lead in banning Huawei equipment from 5G networks, according to an industry insider.
Property developments are going to struggle to get off the ground as bank lending tightens over the next six months. Audio
New Zealand is ready to become a global hub for health tech start-ups, an angel investor says.
Many of New Zealand's largest hotels are filled to capacity, but are hardly making a profit according to an industry expert.
Owners of Airbnb properties are switching to longer term renting, as tourism slumps following the coronavirus pandemic.
An investigation into the theft of thousands of customers' data from Generate KiwiSaver has ground to a halt.
Banning single-use plastics, using compost toilets and not providing bins are just some of the ways festival organisers are trying to reduce waste music events produce this summer.
A victim of New Zealand's largest Ponzi scheme says he wants to believe David Ross - granted parole yesterday - is sorry, but knows he is a prolific liar.
The investment case, which cost ratepayers $3m and took a year to prepare, found that a covered 25,000 seat multi-use arena was the best option for the city.
A Christchurch City Councillor says he feels vindicated after what he called "scurrilous allegations" against him were dropped in the Christchurch District Court today.
The mastermind behind a multi-million dollar synthetic cannabis ring in Christchurch has been sentenced to two years and four months in prison.
Christchurch families who lost a 12-year-old boy and his uncle in a crash have given tearful statements in court about the trauma they have suffered as a result.
The theory that it was 1080 that killed about 600 rats, an octopus, a calf and other animals that washed up on a West Coast beach is highly unlikely, a DOC manager says.
Businesses in Greymouth are seeing profits down 50 percent because a slip is blocking a state highway, the town's mayor says.
Victims of the country's largest Ponzi scheme are angry that proposed insolvency law reforms have been shelved, leaving future investors vulnerable.
A Tekapo resident says she is willing to go to the High Court to prevent a 112-room hotel being built on her street.
Police are calling on more Picton locals to volunteer for community patrols to cope with an influx of tourists this summer.
Immigrants say they wouldn't recommend New Zealand to others interested in coming here, because of steep costs for the reinstated Parent Visa Category.
Religious leaders are appalled that the Christchurch mosque shooting appears to have inspired a copycat.