Bernie Monk says he's waiting for Solid Energy to admit they can't a or won't even try a to retrieve the bodies from Pike River Mine.
A snapshot of farmers' concerns in the run-up to the election has revealed a problem for John Key.
Ports of Auckland posted a 90 percent gain in full-year profit, after lifting volumes of containers and freight while reining in costs.
Mighty River Power investors will receive an increased dividend after a better-than-expected annual result.
Mighty River Poweras chief executive Doug Heffernan has urged politicians not to meddle with an electricity system that he says is working.
Vector Energy wants its drivers to be able to break certain road rules so they reach where the power is out faster.
Dairy product prices slipped to the lowest level in two years in the latest Global Dairy Trade auction.
New figures released by Treasury show the Government's surplus is set to be smaller than predicted at this year's Budget.
New research commissioned by ASB shows New Zealand businesses want more than just the three Bs a a boat, bach and BMW.
Given recent claims of email hacking and privacy invasion, here is something to have a look at on your smartphone.
One New Zealand company has struck gold in China with a very surprising product a packaged meat.
The hospitality industry's best and brightest will be on show in Auckland over the next two days at the New Zealand Culinary Fair.
Falling stock prices have forced Sea World to rethink its main attraction.
The country's largest mushroom grower finished a $120 million development that will produce more mushrooms for shoppers.
House price expectations remain high in ASB's latest confidence survey, and it seems more people think it's a bad time to buy a house.
The country's newest and greenest geothermal power station opens today just north of Taupo.
A new community financing initiative has just been launched by the Government and NGOs like the Salvation Army.
A team of Kiwi students have won the supreme award for innovation at Microsoft's Imagine Cup finals in Seattle.
The trial, which has spanned five months, is nearing an end at the High Court in Timaru.
Restricting foreign ownership of New Zealand land and property could help ease prices, an international consultant says.
Milk that contains only A2 protein is easier to digest than the more common A1-type milk, according to a new study.
Equity crowdfunding is a new way for small companies to raise money from investors, allowing up to $2 million a year.
Winston Peters says his party will automatically register newborns in KiwiSaver, and that the money can be used for tertiary education.
Telecom, now known as Spark, says it wants to become more relevant, and launched its new brand today by giving things away.
Wellington has just hosted a special expo to showcase the city to the world.
Labour leader David Cunliffe says he will stop the $70 million deal if Labour is in power after the election.
Sir William Stevenson bought Lochinver Station 60 years ago, and now, his family's attempt to sell could be blocked by politics.
House prices are still rising in most parts of the country, but it's clear the pace of the increase is slowing.
A trans-Tasman group of accountants is calling for a review of the tax system.
It's being suggested the Reserve Bank needs to reconsider raising the official cash rate in the wake of falling dairy prices.
As far away as Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands and Norway - you're welcome to buy there with no restrictions in place.
The sale of Lochinver Station now hangs in the balance after an election promise from Labour Party leader David Cunliffe today.
Global milk prices have fallen to a two-year low, and the New Zealand dollar is falling with them.
The latest research from NZX offshoot FundSource shows there are now smaller inflows to the default KiwiSaver funds.
Aviation giant Airbus flew into Auckland last night to show off its latest model, the A350.
Overseas buyers have been purchasing huge farms despite claims from National it had clamped down on foreign sales, Labour says.
Emergency crews say a fatal plane crash in Central Otago yesterday could have been even more serious.
There's been a lot of talk in the last few days about foreigners buying New Zealand land, but what about when they look after it better than we do?
The Campbell Live team successfully went into bat for cliff - he got an extension and has now moved into the Prestons Road subdivision.
A new Samsung television is so much more expensive in NZ than in Australia that you'd save hundreds if you flew over and picked it up yourself.
New Zealand's longest and most expensive corporate fraud trial in history is on the home stretch at the Timaru High Court.
Foreign land sales are the first big election issue and Wheturau Station was added to the debate today.
Prime Minister John Key is accusing Labour of hypocrisy over criticism of the proposed Lochinver Station sale.
NZ First leader Winston Peters says he will not be part of any government that allows the sale of Lochinver Station.
A televised debate between Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce and Labour's Grant Robertson has been described as a "debacle".
The New Zealand dollar rose on US dollar weakness after a key government measure of the US labour market fell short.
Microsoft is launching a new Windows phone this month, as the mobile operating system war takes another turn.
Winston Peters says while China "desperately needs" Fonterra, Chinese companies don't bring anything to New Zealand when they buy farms.
3 News has discovered that Shanghai Pengxin was recently given conservation land by the Government, including parts of the Rakaia riverbed.
This week's big cut in Farmgate milk prices has raised questions over whether New Zealand's economy is too reliant on dairy.
Lianne Dalziel says a Christchurch asset sell-off would protect ratepayers from a rates hike of up to 20 percent.
A subsidiary of Chinese company Shanghai Pengxin has confirmed it wants to buy Lochinver Station near Taupo.
The New Zealand dollar weakened as US labour market data strengthened the greenback.
The National Business Review Rich List was announced today with 13 newcomers adding $1.5 billion to the list.
The Canterbury rebuild will be the focus of attention at today's DesignEX event in Christchurch.
Griffin's has taken note of Biscuit Watch and listened to the feedback on their Toffee Pops and Squiggles biscuits.
Campbell Live have received over 400 pages statements, emails, even affidavits all suggesting Bryan Staples is no Robin Hood.
Today the Government announced that it has taken control of the payroll system - in all, taxpayers will have put $110 million into Novopay.
The Transmission Gully motorway in Wellington is to be a public-private partnership, with a completion date planned for 2020.
Rocket Lab's Peter Beck says even he is surprised by the level of interest in the company's innovative satellite launch system.