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Insight's presenter, Philippa Tolley heads to the shops to find out why bricks and mortar stores are doing so well, despite bleak predictions of an online shopping takeover. Audio
Women's clothing retailer Shanton Fashions is in receivership again - just 16 months after a new buyer took possession of the troubled chain.
Female shop workers have spoken out about the level of sexual harassment they are exposed to. We talk to Jill Ovens of the E Tu union in New Zealand. Audio
Restaurateurs and hoteliers in Kaikoura are trying to stay positive but say the quakes have robbed them of a long-awaited golden summer. Audio
The receivers of the troubled children's clothing retailer Pumpkin Patch will shut seven stores in the next week.
Troubled children's clothing retailer Pumpkin Patch has gone into receivership, with some stores likely to close within weeks.
Finding a buyer for Pumpkin Patch would be the best option to save the troubled company, a retail analyst says.
Unite Union is taking Burger King and McDonald's to court, arguing they're cheating their staff of their rights to guaranteed hours and shifts. Audio
Clothing retailer Hallenstein Glasson has reported a 21 percent fall in its annual profit.
The Warehouse Group's annual profit has beaten its own expectations, with the demise of the Dick Smith chain helping boost sales at its Noel Leeming stores.
A review of over 100 contracts across a range of different industries has found that unfair contract terms are rife, and even if the law is on the client's side it's very difficult to enforce. Nine to… Audio
Shoppers are losing millions a year to businesses selling gift cards with expiry dates, and retailers should see them as bad for business, says the consumer watchdog.
National MPs have been told to vote in favour of changes to Easter trading laws, despite some of them being openly opposed to it.
An ode to the shopping trolley; its past, its present and its future. With Zachary Crockett, Matt McKeown, Murray Siple, Henry Harris-Burland and Peter Griffin. Video, Audio, Gallery
Strong sales over the past few months are expected to drive Briscoe Group's first net half profit up by more than 32 percent.
Administrators have been appointed to clothing firms Valleygirl and Temt.
Retailers in Central Dunedin are launching a new business group tonight to push for more attention and spending on the city's main shopping strip. Audio
The sporting goods and homewares retailer, Briscoe Group, says its first quarter sales are off to a strong start. Audio
Sir Ron Brierley has raised his offer for what's left of Wellington's former posh shop Kirkcaldie and Stains. Audio
Failed electronics retail chain Dick Smith's remaining stores will be shut by the end of next week, its receivers have confirmed.