Reserve Bank Governor Graham Wheeler has given mortgage owners a stark warning - interest rates are going to rise.
An agribusiness professor says farmers won't be pleased with Fonterra's decision to slash its dividend to shareholders.
One in three New Zealanders don't know what their KiwiSaver balance is, according to a new survey.
Computer tablets will be popular gifts this festive season, with Apple and Samsung expecting to dominate Christmas wishlists.
The future of Australia's car-making industry is in doubt after General Motors announced it will stop making Holden cars there by the end of 2017.
Two slices of iconic NZ landscape are up for sale. But with spectacular views and multi-million-dollar price tags, who can afford them?
General Motors says Holden will wind-down vehicle and engine manufacturing in Australia by the end of 2017.
Fonterra has slashed its dividend forecast, and units in its Shareholders' Fund have fallen almost 10 percent.
Housing Minister Nick Smith says the Govt the Reserve Bank are taking a "finessed" approach to handling the housing price bubble.
Limit your exposure to the New Zealand share market - that's the message of JBWere investment strategist Bernard Doyle.
While Japan's economy is showing modest signs of improvement, the country's share market has been a star performer.
A pizza company has gone to new lengths with its customer service by delivering a pizza by bungy.
The Registered Master Builders Federation says it's good the banks didn't wait to see the impacts of the new restrictions.
The Ford Mustang is still galloping at 50.
Spending across the Paymark network, which processes three-quarters of all electronic transactions, is up 8.6 percent on last year.
Campbell Live met with Richard Barker, the airport's general manager, commercial and retail, to discuss the cabbie's lot.
The American energy expert whose work helped inspire the Labour-Green electricity policy says more reform is needed of our electricity markets.
More than 150 taxi drivers have started a hunger strike and are boycotting Auckland Airport.
A 3 News investigation has revealed loan agency Twenty Fifty Club is operating openly without fear of law enforcement, despite a Government crackdown.
A strong US jobs figure has seen a sharp rise on Wall Street. So what are the implications for our markets?
Retailers will be able to use iBeacon to tell customers where the best deals are.
Thousands turned up in Canterbury today to see the world's largest milk powder drier officially open at Fonterra's Darfield plant.
Cabbies at Auckland Airport wait hopefully for a fare into town.
The Golf beat out the Subaru BRZ, the Holden Commodore, the Mazda6 and others.
The New Zealand share market continues to slide, and is now at a two-month low.
It's been a bumper season for dairy farmers, producing record amounts of milk. But, the by-products from the process have to go somewhere.
Two and a half years after Saab shut down production due to financial trouble, the Swedish car rolled a new sedan off its assembly lines.
BNZ chief executive Andrew Thorburn has been appointed chairman of the Australia New Zealand Leadership Forum.
Near Ashburton, a group of homes are sitting on a very pretty death row.
Dairy prices have made their biggest gain in five months - rising almost 4 percent in the latest Fonterra online auction.
Those of us who think of Generation Y as almost a different species may be forced to think again.
Dame Susan Devoy says the growing Asian population will pose challenges for racial harmony in New Zealand.
There's little sign of a Santa Claus rally for the New Zealand share market as it continues to drift lower.
The New Zealand dollar has strengthened after a strong terms of trade figure, the best in 40 years.
John Key says nine forestry deaths is nine too many, but doesn't think a corporate manslaughter bill is the answer.
Amazon.com is working on a way to get packages to customers in 30 minutes or less - via self-guided drone.
A number of angry Cantabrians set up camp outside the offices of Southern Response in Christchurch today.
A new car company is about to arrive in New Zealand, and while the name will be familiar don't expect to see too many of the cars on the road.
US shoppers spent US$9.74 billion at stores on Black Friday, that's a drop of 13.2 percent compared with the same day last year.
The value of the virtual currency Bitcoin has risen from US$13 to over $1000 in just one year. And it's doubled in the past week.
Protest organisers say the 100 or so protesters who have turned up this morning are just the tip of the iceberg.
It's 25 days until Christmas. In that time, thieves will steal $60 million worth of goods from stores across the country.
Twenty percent of customers are switching companies each year, competition is fierce - but that doesn't mean cheaper power prices.
PricewaterhouseCoopers' Leading Energy analysis report shows high numbers of customers are continuing to switch electricity providers.
The rebuild is expected to take five years at a cost of around $50 million.
German shares outperformed their peers in Europe after the country's major parties agreed to form a new government.
Just as many people are killed by exposure to carcinogens in the workplace as die on our roads, according to research.
A new report says there are encouraging signs in the Canterbury economy, but progress is uneven in places.
The head of Orion Health says the Government is not doing enough to encourage teens into computer science.
A new research programme aims to make New Zealand the world's leading producer of high-quality, lower calorie and lower alcohol 'lifestyle' wines.
Portugal faces another tough year of austerity after its parliament approved more deep spending cuts that will hit government workers hard.
The NZIER is predicting a strong year for the New Zealand economy, but remains cautious about the potential impact of the housing market.
Within two years every commercial fishing trawler will be equipped with cameras to catch out any illegal dumping.
Dick Brunton is known for his founding role in Colmar Brunton, the market research company.
ACC is proposing across-the-board cuts in vehicle registration fees, but there's a catch.
Labour has given its strongest signal yet that it will buy back some of the assets sold by the Government.
A Kiwibank and Nga Tangata Microfinance Trust initiative has won this year's NZI Sustainable Business Network Awards.
Greece's Deputy Finance Minister says the country's austerity measures are starting to pay off.
Are New Zealand businesses keeping up with a flood of new technology? Or are they in danger of being left behind?
Film and television professionals say the Kiwi screen industry is in crisis, with most people struggling to find jobs.