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Despite the profit - $57 million compared with last year's $88m loss - the operating environment is still challenging, Z says
The country's biggest bank ANZ has posted an improved profit on the back of increased home lending, reduced bad loans, and a drop in expenses.
There appears to be a disconnect between what businesses and consumers regard as innovation.
The rules on the carry-forward of tax losses have been eased to the delight of growing start-up companies and their investors.
Customer complaints about telecommunications services are on the rise, which is just one of the issues to be addressed by a review of the Telecommunications Dispute Resolution Scheme.
New orders, sales and employment also led the services sector back into expansion, while supplier deliveries and inventories remained in contraction.
New Zealand's economy has defied predictions of a sharp recession and a housing market fall, but current property price rises will not last, according to a leading credit rating agency.
Residential property has been selling at a rapid pace, driving prices up by nearly a quarter.
Small and medium sized businesses are selling for top dollar with bidding wars for the best yielding investments.
The cruise industry is pinning hopes that a meeting with government next month may help a resumption of some voyages this year.
Cheap domestic holidays are likely to become a distant memory with the return of international tourists, as the industry scrambles to rehire staff and recover costs.
Chief executives remain cautious about the global economic outlook despite New Zealand's better-than-expected response to the pandemic.
Australian dealmakers are expected to make the most of the face-to-face advantages an open border with New Zealand would offer, according to a report by legal firm Chapman Tripp.
New Zealand's digital game development sector is growing at a rapid pace, despite a lack of government support for creative start-ups with big ideas.
A free government-backed online digital training and support tool is proving to be an effective weapon in the battle against cybercriminals.
New Zealand's tech products and services are expected to outperform the rest of the economy over the next few years leading to a slowdown in overall employment growth.
Cybercriminals have adapted their tactics to take advantage of vulnerabilities exposed by the pandemic and extorting more money than ever before.
The overseas appetite for successful New Zealand's technology firms is set to continue, with the takeover of several companies recently a sign of things to come, according to a market analyst.
The Financial Services Amendment Act (FSLAA) was passed into law nearly two years ago but the pandemic delayed the implementation of the new licensing and regulatory regime.
Real estate company Colliers says industrial property, large standalone retail, regional shopping centres and flagship office buildings are in high demand.
Sharebrokers are focussing on educating clients in the aftermath of the GameStop market activity, which saw the price of shares in the US-based bricks and mortar retailer skyrocket at the expense of…
New laws covering the governance of trusts comes into effect at the end of the week and promises to be the biggest shake-up in the sector in decades.
Ongoing disruptions caused by Covid-19 are expected to be reflected in the fourth quarter inflation data to be released later today.
There has been a stunning turnaround in the outlook for the magazine industry with more than 20 new titles published in the past few months.
The big, red, premium apples developed and produced by T&G Global had a record season with a 23 percent increase in international sales.