The Round the Bays will be run in Auckland for the 42nd time tomorrow, but some say the organisers are taking the fun out of the term fun-run.
Meat company Alliance is putting an old farm theory to the test - do shorn lambs grow faster than woolly ones?
The electricity market is "broken" and prices should be coming down, rather than going up, says Labour's David Shearer.
Westpac bank is trialling Apple's iBeacon, which allows them to send personalised messages to customers.
Helen O'Sullivan, chief executive of the Real Estate Institute examins the outlook for the housing market.
Judith Collins has come under sustained attack from Labour in Parliament after claims of a conflict of interest involving her husband.
The Australian Prime Minister wants to change the law so the government can sell off Qantas to foreign investors.
Columnist for The Independent Newspaper, Mary Dejevsky, shed some light on what this Russian rise could mean.
Strong winds are ripping roofs of houses, knocking power lines over and cancelling flights in Canterbury.
New York officials are supporting a bill requiring smartphone and tablet creators to install a killswitch.
New Zealand banks should use "sky-high" profits to increase wages and decrease demands on staff, First union says.
The NZ share market has continued to perform well this year, putting pressure on companies to come up with solid profits.
If you're still using Windows XP, here's a little warning: you have a month before your system is retired.
Donations have flooded in for the Lawtons, but their estate agent still refuses to take blame.
Internet service Yahoo is the latest focus of leaks about spying.
Air New Zealand says it won't be heeding a passenger appeal to ban reclining seats.
The latest results for Air New Zealand and Qantas were in stark contrast.
Technology expert Paul Salisbury sheds some light on the world of Bitcoins.
Fonterra expects to pay a record $8.65 per kilogram of milk solids to farmers.
The Animal Welfare Act will be reviewed to consider removing the use of blunt force to euthanise bobby calves on farms.
The Employment Court has decided those who work through the night are entitled to claim the minimum wage for their shift.
Qantas is making drastic layoffs, while rival Air New Zealand is reporting a record half-year profit.
Mt Gox's sudden disappearance adds to the mystery and mistrust surrounding the virtual currency.
NZX has announced a strong rise in its profit, in part because there have been so many new share floats.
Steven Joyce says there's no such thing as a "perfect" time for the Govt to sell shares in Genesis Energy.
National's controversial asset sales programme may end with just a whimper.
Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook's acquisition of messaging service WhatsApp will grow both companies.
Winston Peters' Huka Lodge gaffe hasn't put Labour leader David Cunliffe off teaming up with New Zealand First.
Lion NZ has spent $40 million redeveloping its Speight's brewery, after the Christchurch plant was damaged in the quakes.
The Government has blown an opportunity to give workers a decent pay rise, Opposition parties say.
The adult minimum wage is to rise to $14.25 from $13.75 an hour from April 1, the Government has announced.
So far Telecom has made the biggest splash of the reporting season a or should that be spark?
Google's mountain of cash is funding some innovative technology that could eventually be part of our everyday lives.
Charlotte Dawson's death has brought fresh scrutiny of the role traditional and social media played in her depression.
Quickflix managing director Paddy Buckley says Telecom was one of the companies they looked at doing a deal with.
Telecommunications giant Telecom says it will change its name and enter the internet TV market later this year.
The Solution Revolution is the title of a book which examines how society's toughest problems are being solved.
It's been dubbed the "rock star economy" of 2014, but two months in, has New Zealand's economy lived up to its billing?
Xero has almost doubled its paying clients from the same time a year ago.
Weak employment laws are to blame for workplace bullying, Labour says.
The accounting software company will lay out its strategy for 2014 at a conference beginning in Auckland today.
Woolworths chairman denies asking Kiwi suppliers not to take part in Countdown investigation.
Chanelle Haffenden was desperate for work and hadn't had a job for two and a half years.
Ferrari has pipped much larger companies like Apple and Google to be named the world's most valuable brand.
The Ports of Auckland has recorded a strong profit for the December half-year.
Shane Jones says Countdown will deploy "weapons of mass destruction" against any legal challenge to its business practises.
The letter Shane Jones sent to the Commerce Commission has been released under parliamentary privilege.
Opponents say implementing the living wage might boost jobs in the long-term, but still isn't worth it.
The solar power industry is backing a Green Party plan to help homeowners install solar panels.
The Airport parking prices are considerably high say customers, which makes Airpark so appealing.
Auckland's leaders are crowing after a weekend that's being billed as one of the most successful in the city's history.
The proposed Petone Arena would replace Wellington Stadium as the home of the Phoenix.
3 News can reveal state broadcaster TVNZ is being used as a campaign base by Labour Party activists.
It's an innocuous-looking device, but rugby league legend Graham Lowe says it's a game changer.
The election year lolly scramble continues, with the Greens promising 30,000 homes will be fitted with solar panels, if there's a change of government.
Students are dropping languages at university level at a rate so high some languages are disappearing from the education system.
Fifty years after the first scheduled flights touched down in Queenstown, the aviation industry is celebrating Mt Cook Airlines.
Protesters have taken to beaches across the South Island in a show of opposition to deep-sea drilling.
The Commerce Commission has agreed to hear secret testimony against supermarket chain Countdown.
Wellington Airport's new panthers are ready and waiting to pounce on any emergency on the runway.