Dead Sea Spa haven't given back the refunds they promised a and now, the Israeli workers who were employed at the kiosks have fled the country.
A startup is looking to put New Zealand at the forefront of space development, offering to send satellites into space for under US$5 million each.
Fonterra lowers milk payout forecast for current season, citing falling demand, the stronger NZ Dollar and an increase in global production.
ASB's latest quarterly economic forecast sees the New Zealand economy maintaining strong momentum through 2014.
Campbell Live alongside the team from GJ Gardner Homes was tonight live from Te Aroha as the Lawton family received the keys their termite-free home.
Westpac has taken out the top honour in the inaugural YWCA Equal Pay Awards.
A new invention allows kids to fill up as many as 100 balloons in a minute, giving them a distinct advantage over their opponents.
A major split between Labour and the Greens over deep-sea drilling widened today.
Football fever has hit the capital in a big way this weekend, with an English Premier League double header at the Westpac Stadium this afternoon.
Financial advisor Martin Hawes joins Paul to discuss the factors to consider when choosing to rent or buy.
The OCR rise came with some relief as the Reserve Bank signalled it will now pause before any more rises.
Reserve Bank Governor Graeme Wheeler has raised the official cash rate to 3.5 percent.
David Cunliffe says Labour's regional development fund help Northland more than the Govt's 'holiday highway', at a fraction of the cost.
Trade Me doesn't play by kids' rules, putting slides, picnic rooms and a caravan bang in the middle of its offices.
Commerce Minister Craig Foss says that "there is no excuse whatsoever from a KiwiSaver provider to have taken too long" with a seriously ill investor.
The cloud-based accounting software company Xero has just concluded its annual meeting, focused on the US market.
Fonterra plans to scrap 110 jobs at its Canpac packaging plant in Hamilton to deal with falling demand.
Around 110 jobs may be set to go at Fonterra's Canpac plant in Hamilton, the dairy giant says.
In our science chat this week we look at the cost of beef, the mystery of tuberculosis and the science behind what makes women talk.
KiwiSaver's intention is to help you into your first home or your retirement, but if you're too ill to make it to 65, what then?
A new study into the environmental impact of meat production has singled out beef as the worst offender.
New Zealand Fashion Week is not far off, and this year big name designers Kate Sylvester and Nom*D have rejoined the ranks.
A serious life-threatening illness is grounds for a KiwiSaver payout, yet how easy is it to convince providers to hand over the cash?
There are fears Malaysia Airlines will fold under the weight of the latest tragedy.
In this week's tech chat we take a look at the Livescribe 3 smart pen, and ask whether NZ is on the verge of a technology boom.
New research into KiwiSaver shows capital guarantees could protect savers from economic downturns.
The Greens' plan to boost spending on research and development by $1 billion has been welcomed by Manufacturing New Zealand.
Microsoft's new chief has unveiled the biggest job cuts ever at the US tech giant.
Questions are being asked about why Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was flying above the troubled eastern Ukraine region.
One of New Zealand's most expensive homes is now on the market and by any arithmetic - even winning lotto probably wouldn't buy you this place.
Interislander says aside from being slower the Aratere is perfect, but Winston Peters thinks otherwise.
Greens leader Russel Norman has described Steven Joyce as a "spider in the middle" of the research and development "web".
A former first class flight attendant who's seen it all has written a memoir and is now sharing his experiences in his new book.
Christchurch is being rebuilt with Third World labour. But are these hard workers getting a fair go once they get here?
The Hewer family have the misfortune of not only being victims of the earthquakes, but of an arson attack on their earthquake-damaged home.
Now Stephanie Davidson can flick a switch, turn a tap and flush a loo, and it's all thanks to Campbell Live viewers.
Dairy product prices fell to the lowest level since December 2012 in the latest GlobalDairyTrade auction.
The New Zealand construction industry is on the rise, but so are complaints from the public about an industry they say is out of control.
Commercial ice makers are struggling to keep up with demand, with the latest Facebook craze a the "ice water challenge".
The earlybird is the only one to catch the lift at some southern ski areas these school holidays.
Exports make up about a third of our country's GDP, but that proportion wasn't always as high.
A new report from PwC suggests traditional banks may not exist by the year 2025 unless they go under a radical transformation.
For dairy farmer Bernard Goodhue, his fields no longer look like farm land a now you would be excused if you thought it was a lake.
When it comes to job interviews confidence is key, and one way to calm the nerves on the inside is by looking the part on the outside.
There's one genre that's bucking the trend a young adult fiction a and it's not just teenagers reading the books.
A programme called the Rainbow Tick has been launched, rewarding employers who support workers who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender.
New Zealand needs to have a conversation about how some of its regions are falling behind while the Auckland economy thrives, an economist says.
Peer-to-peer lending allows people to lend money to businesses and people they don't know, through an online platform.
The Dreamliner was on time today - but four years late.
Air New Zealand's first Boeing 787-9 has touched down in Auckland after being showcased to the world's media.
The company behind Purina cat food has taken the makers of Whiskas to court over statements on their packets.
A new report shows New Zealand's creative industries contribute more than $3.5 billion dollars each year to the economy.
New Zealand's creative industries contribute more than $3.5 billion to the local economy each year, according to a new report.
It's not a title any city would put its hand up for, but Christchurch has the honour of being the city with the most expensive taxis in the world.
After a Campbell Live experiment, SkyCity has been investigated by the Department of Internal Affairs and the New Zealand Gambling Commission.
The tighter security comes amid fears al-Qaida-linked militants are developing new explosives.
3 News has learned Labour is planning to lift the minimum wage from $14.25 to $16 an hour in its first year.
A new system is being introduced in an Auckland hospital in an attempt to cut mistakes and give doctors and nurses more time with patients.
The Government's spending more than $1 billion a year helping business - so is it good value for taxpayer's money?
A tent has been erected so the terminal can accommodate the most passengers it has ever had to deal with.