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New Zealand intends to be one of the first six to ratify the revised Trans Pacific Partnership which could be in force by Christmas.
New Zealand supermarket shoppers are among the world's keenest on a cheap deal, spending $6 out of every $10 on groceries that are on special.
The dairy giant should reconsider a proposal to spin off its brands arm as part of a review of its operations and direction, an analyst says.
Fonterra has appointed Miles Hurrell as the co-operative's interim chief executive with immediate effect.
Vegetables became more expensive last month, with a cold and wet July pushing up lettuce prices, and tomatoes up by a third.
The government is confident the United States' tough stance on all firms doing business with Iran will not apply to New Zealand.
Treasury is warning the slump in business confidence and a cooling housing market could hit the government's books.
The collapse of modular housing manufacturer Matrix Homes is being held up as a warning to the rest of the industry.
The government is being warned it has no chance of fixing run down public services unless it ditches its self-imposed spending rules. Video
Another survey shows sentiment slumping to multi-year lows, amid a slowing economy, cooling demand and shrinking profits.
Investor confidence has edged up as markets produced strong returns, according to ASB Bank's latest index.
The FIFA World Cup is laden with opportunity for getting rich, quick, whether you are player, sponsor, or spectator.
Hundreds of jobs are likely to go as telecommunications company Spark reorganises its back office to save costs.
The housing sector is backing a government decision to establish a new standalone housing ministry to fix the housing crisis.
The government is setting up a new Ministry of Housing and Urban Development dedicated to fixing the housing crisis. Audio
The spread of the cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis could lead to losses for banks, the Reserve Bank has warned.
Anti-money laundering rules are almost completely ineffective in stopping criminals, according to a new study.
Analysis - Finance Minister Grant Robertson will not say it out loud, but he owes a great deal of gratitude to the previous National administration, RNZ Economic Correspondent Patrick O'Meara writes.
Analysis - The government's financial position and spending plans will be in the spotlight today as Grant Robertson delivers his first Budget as Finance Minister.
Analysis - The Labour party hammered the previous government on housing, accusing them of presiding over a crisis of rising. But can the government keep its promises on housing? Patrick O'meara asks. Audio
Analysis - The new governor of the Reserve Bank, Adrian Orr, looked slightly disheveled at the podium, Patrick O'Meara writes. Audio
The country's leading banks have been ordered to prove they are not ripping off their customers like their Australian counterparts have been doing.
Households are being warned to expect substantial jumps in fuel and energy prices from any shift to a low carbon economy.
Consumers are being warned to expect to pay more for their coffee or booking a bed for the night as the minimum wage rises.
Workers are failing to get their fair share of the economic pie, with a study showing rising productivity has not been fully reflected in pay packets.