While Coliseum say they're focused on football, could they challenge Sky for other sports in the future?
A pilots' group says the fill from a proposed second Mt Victoria tunnel could be used as part of a runway extension at Wellington airport.
The way we watch televised sport is about to undergo a major shake up as EPL shifts to online coverage.
A severe cold snap is expected to hit the South Island today, bringing snow and bitter winds.
ANZ says it's been targeted with a class action lawsuit because it's the biggest bank in the country.
It's summer blockbuster season in Hollywood, a critical time for studios.
ANZ says it is surprised by claims its fees are unfair and will vigorously defend itself.
Airbus and Boeing have won pledges for big purchases of their lucrative long-haul wide-body jets, raising hopes that demand is recovering from the recession.
The national carrier was invited to the Paris Air Show - the biggest and most prestigious in the world a to unveil their most fuel efficient Airbus.
There's good news for wine enthusiasts, with the 2013 harvest promising to be one of the best vintages yet.
MediaWorks would make an attractive company to buy, says media commentator Bill Ralston.
The 2013 Export Barometer survey reveals New Zealand exporter confidence is up from last year.
Talks on a sweeping trade deal between the European Union and the United States are to get underway in Washington next month.
The Labour Party, Greens, NZ First and Mana have met in Christchurch to discuss a report which lays out policy changes it says can turn around the manufacturing industry.
The company that owns TV3 and half of the country's commercial radio stations has gone into receivership.
A major clean-up is underway at a salmon farm in Golden Bay that bore the brunt of another landslide.
The owner of TV3 and half of the countryas commercial radio stations will go into receivership this morning.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says Dunedin "needs" a five-star hotel, following the council's rejection of a plan to erect one.
The Govt's plan to fast-track new housing in Auckland won't solve housing cost issues, say planners.
The Auckland Council's Unitary Plan to provide housing for its booming population has pitted keen developers against reluctant residents.
The Ministry of Fisheries will begin assessing possible changes to snapper regulations next month.
New Zealand is working hard to register its infant formula brands as Chinese officials push for assurances on food safety.
A survey has found Kiwis understand key financial concepts but fail to put knowledge into practice.
McDonalds workers striking against pay and conditions say striking will be a waste of time if a strike-breaking bill passes into law.
Blenheim-based engineering company Safe Air is planning to cut 84 jobs because of a downturn in business, it has been announced today.
Wall Street has rallied this morning after several days of steep falls.
If there's a choice between trim and super trim - you'd expect them to be different right?
The Reserve Bank has kept the official cash rate at a record low of 2.5 percent as it tries to deal with an overheated property market.
The Reserve Bank has left the official cash rate unchanged at 2.5 percent, and says it could remain the same until at least the end of the year.
The UK's High Commissioner to New Zealand says the Kiwi OE is very much alive and well.
The Financial Literacy Summit begins in Auckland tomorrow.
It's day two of Fieldays, the southern hemisphere's biggest farming event, at Mystery Creek in Hamilton.
Gerry Brownlee says the council is in a "very serious situation", but Mayor Bob Parker denies there's even a problem.
More than a third of students have changed their diets because of a lack of money, according to a new study.
The National Fieldays gets underway this morning a it's the largest agri-business exhibition in the southern hemisphere.
The value of the New Zealand dollar has been dropping in the past few days.
It was once the dream of many a Kiwi, but now many are giving up on the dream of an OE and returning home from the UK.
Reporter Lachlan Forsyth talks to the experts who have been crunching the numbers about Auckland housing.
Air NZ has unveiled a new livery and branding for its entire fleet as part of a new partnership with Tourism New Zealand.
What is driving house prices and are they going to keep heading skyward?
A homeowners lobby group warns apartment owners already face a growing problem that could one day match the leaky homes crisis.
The New Zealand Super Fund has pulled out of investing in companies that maintain and upgrade nuclear weapons.
The US economy has got some good news at last a more jobs.
It's been a big week for Kiwi entrepreneur Craig Heatley.
The new head of a troubled inquiry into domestic violence and child abuse has announced an independent review to calm public concern.
New Zealand's ski season has officially begun, with Queenstown's Coronet Peak welcoming snow-starved locals onto the mountain this morning.
A property developer has made an offer to buy 30 hectares of iwi-owned land at Wellington's historic Shelly Bay.
The 45th annual Fieldays opens at Mystery Creek next week, focused on promoting New Zealand agribusiness in the global economy.
US and European share markets continue to slide this morning after the ECB and Bank of England kept interest rates on hold.
There are fears of a possible trade war between the EU and China after a tit-for-tat dispute involving wine and solar panels.
An update on the markets with ASB Securities.
A garden shop chain that for years has ignored the law and opened at Easter has welcomed the Government's move to go easy on them next year.
The rise of digital media is now seeing a rise in online advertising revenue in New Zealand.
The company was bought by Japanese drinks giant Asahi in 2011, and now it's changing its name.
Around the world, postal services are in decline as people post fewer and fewer letters.
An update on the markets with ASB Securities.
Christchurch company Hamilton jet has set a new record in South Korea, supplying engines to more than 400 government vessels.
Dunedin City Council has rejected a controversial proposal to build a $100-million, 27-storey hotel and apartment building on Dunedin's waterfront.
A new call centre is setting up in New Zealand, but it's not investing in real estate and phone lines.
Billabong shares have just about been wiped out a what's happened to this famous brand?