An update on the markets for March 2, 2015.
John Sellwood investigates whether Christchurch homes could be facing serious problems involving sub-standard earthquake repairs.
Samsung has launched its new smartphones, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.
Samsung announced its new flagship phone the Galaxy S6 this morning, along with its even sexier brother the S6 Edge.
Google's new headquarters could be the coolest office complex in the US.
Air New Zealand shares took off after its result, but many of our top companies produced lacklustre results.
Samsung is today unveiling its new flagship phone AAA the Galaxy S6. Watch the big event.
Most jobs aren't rocket science, but Rocket Lab has vacancies for dozens of jobs that are.
Thousands of people have arrived to enjoy the best the city has to offer.
Crowds which descend on Eden Park for the Cricket World Cup match tomorrow will see extra measures in place to stop the spread of the Queensland fruit fly.
Tourism Holdings Limited's rigorous check-in process includes a road safety video as well as peronalised driving test.
An update on the markets for February 27, 2015.
TV3 Derby Day at Ellerslie Park this weekend means ponies, punters, picnics, and of course Viva Prix de Fashion.
Precinct Properties has been in the news lately, after announcing an annual profit of $31.6 million and an ambitious 36-level building project in downtown Auckland.
A 67-year-old who survived a head-on collision with a tourist who was driving on the wrong side of the road is calling a driving education law change.
An update on the markets for February 26, 2015.
A British man who suffered serious injuries in a crash involving a rental car has made a plea for stronger controls on tourist drivers.
Seven months ago, Peter Beck's company announced plans to launch satellites into orbit from New Zealand AAA and that's on track to happen by the end of 2015.
Tourism Holdings has announced a doubling of half-year profit to $5.6 million for the six months to December.
Research by French scientists has shed new light on the magic behind the bursting, jumping and popping of a popular household snack.
Scientists in Arnold Schwarzenegger's native Austria have combined flesh and machine AAA this time for real.
Newly named New Zealander of the Year Sir Stephen Tindall says his business ventures are being challenged by the rise of online shopping, but he's ready for the challenge.
TomTom Communications director Gaylene Hosking named her small Wellington PR company 16 years ago, before TomTom, the world's biggest GPS company, named its.
An update on the markets for February 25, 2015.
A private jet belonging to one of China's richest property tycoons has been touring New Zealand with a delegation likely to be scoping out investments.
The switch has been officially flicked, and Dunedin is now a super-fast internet city.
Air New Zealand is promising cheaper tickets on its domestic and international routes, and the airline says it is boosting capacity by 12 percent.
Air New Zealand expects to offer cheaper fares on both its domestic and international routes this year. It is increasing capacity by 12 percent and says it will need to offer competitive fares to fill those seats.
Air NZ has posted a 6 pct fall in net profit for the half year but had record normalised earnings before tax of $216M.
Protestors gathered on Auckland's waterfront this morning in opposition to the port's expansion plans.
Auckland Council has this morning announced a deal with Precinct Properties that will enable the construction of the City Rail Link.
If you think the young are better off while older people struggle, think again. New research suggests it's the opposite.
Workers need to be paid $19.25 an hour to provide healthy food for their children, pay basic household bills and participate fully in society, say living wage advocates.
At least 28 people have been injured after a Los Angeles-bound commuter train smashed into a truck stuck on the tracks.
Campbell Live caught up with tourists arriving into the country to ask them how much do they really know about our road rules.
Campbell Live reporter Anna Burns-Francis went to meet a McDonald's employee on a zero-hour contract who is putting her foot down.
Hundreds of people have called a fruit fly hotline to report sightings, as a fifth Queensland fly was found in a trap today.
The Civil Aviation Authority has lifted a ban on a series of helicopters fitted with Dash 7 main rotor blades.
A new type of beehive has been invented in Australia, and even Kiwi apiarists are impressed.
An update on the markets for February 24, 2015.
Prime Minister John Key today delivered what was probably his biggest call as Prime Minister AAA sending Kiwi troops to Iraq to help combat Islamic State.
Defence Force chief Tim Keating has confirmed New Zealand troops heading to Iraq are in "pre-deployment training" as of today.
Horticulture NZ says a worst-case scenario would be the Queensland fruit fly establishing a widespread breeding population in New Zealand.
Being cool is a tricky business, a minefield of dos and don'ts. But that's where New York lifestyle website and creative agency Street Etiquette comes in.
Greece's new anti-austerity government is scrambling to meet a midnight deadline to secure a four-month extension of its debt bailout lifeline.
A new 'peanut patch' is being trialled in the United States, and researchers say the results appear to be groundbreaking.
EQC chief executive Ian Simpson and Insurance Council chief executive Tim Grafton discuss the 11,600 properties that still have not been resolved.
An update on the markets for February 23, 2015.
With China recently becoming the world's largest economy, more Chinese are taking trips abroad - but some on their Chinese New Year holidays aren't making new friends at tourist hotspots.
Gerry Brownlee has been at the centre of many questions about whether any of New Zealand's troops will join the fight against IS in Iraq.
A fourth fruit fly has been found in the inner-city Auckland suburb of Grey Lynn, with officials warning there may be more to come.
Computer manufacturer Lenovo has run into strife after being caught selling computers loaded with software that leaves customers open to hacking.
Auckland Mayor Len Brown says the council's overseas postings are all about economic growth and jobs in the city, and despite criticism, there will be more.
Police have released images of a group of youths suspected of causing $25,000 worth of at an Auckland rail station last year.
A former biosecurity inspector who three years ago warned there would be a serious outbreak of a pest in New Zealand unless 100 percent x-raying of luggage was restored has another warning AAA expect more outbreaks.
Prison bosses have been criticised for encouraging their staff to apply for jobs in a new privately run prison.
One of New Zealand's most successful tech entrepreneurs says local companies aren't doing all they can to win business in the United States.
Claudia Batten co-founded and sold two start-ups in Silicon Valley. Now she is trying to help others crack the US market.
A third fruit fly has been found in Auckland's Grey Lynn and the Ministry of Primary Industries are expecting to find more insects in the coming days.
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is grounding some Robinson R44 helicopters after a fatal chopper crash this week.