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The charge will compensate couriers who are forced to make the return trip.
Forlongs is considering closing its doors, which would have "significant impact" on the local community.
Exports of high-value products like butter, cream and yoghurt from NZ are bucking the trend.
Current annual headline CPI inflation is 0.1 per cent - well below a target of between one to three per cent.
The jobless rate has fallen for the third quarter in a row.
"Being part of TPP will enable higher exports and higher value jobs."
It's the latest sign of weakness for the world's No. 2 economy.
New routes from Auckland to New Plymouth and Palmerston North and Nelson to Wellington complete the new domestic routes.
Gameloft will close the doors on its Auckland studio, affecting about 150 jobs.
Mattel has been searching for ways to recharge sales of Barbie.
New Zealand is now ranked fourth out of 167 countries on the global list of rankings on corruption.
But Fonterra's chief executive believes dairy prices will improve later this year.
Laura and her partner have gone farming after eight years of corporate life in London.
Air New Zealand has announced its planned schedule for a night landing at Queenstown.
Kathryn Dalziel says you should only use your phone in a meeting when conducting business.
An economist Shamubeel Eaqub says he'd like to see the Auckland market 'cool off'.
The strategy has helped Google fatten its bank accounts.
The grim prediction comes from some economists, following the second drop in global dairy prices this year.
Inflation fell 0.5 per cent in the last three months of 2015.
Competition for skilled workers is expected to hot up and many missed out on a rise last year.
Sales of New Zealand wine are up 10 per cent, even as the UK market has declined overall.
Employers' hiring confidence is at a six-year high and it's expected to create competition for good workers.
New Zealand's NZX 50 was up slightly at +0.12 per cent immediately following China's announcement.
If you're a Whittaker's fan, this Easter should be even more special.
Cotton Seed is the product of migrant women from all over the world who're designing and creating clothes in Auckland.
Some businesses say they'll struggle to survive with the fee increase.
Some smaller business owners say they'll be forced to raise prices, or lose their business.
AirAsia will start flights from Auckland to Kuala Lumpur on March 22.
Starbucks is on track to open 500 more stores in China this year.
"We don't know where it's come from," says Ron Perry.
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Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders are the current favourites.
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