Adshel poster sites and ad screens seen in NZ snapped up by oOh!media

oOh!media has won a bidding war with $570m, beating rival suitor APN Outdoor.

My Food Bag breaks out the slang to tell-off German multinational their legal threat 'not the Kiwi way'

The Kiwi food delivery service was asked to stop using the phrase "hello".

The Finance Minister responds to a gloomy business confidence survey.

Poor NZ business confidence 'an issue around perception' not reality, says Finance Minister

Grant Robertson has responded to the latest underwhelming business confidence survey.

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Fletcher Building appoints new chairman

Bruce Hassall was announced to take over as chairman on September 1.

Countdown will no longer import over 177 tonnes of plastic as it changes packaging for some items

Packaging for dozens of items moving to recycled and recyclable material.

Two people were stabbed during an attempted robbery of a dairy in Grey Lynn last night.

Dairy re-design could mitigate robberies - council

Auckland Council urban planner Ludo Campbell-Reid said the generic design of a dairy inadvertently encourages crime.

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Fletcher Building reveals new five-year plan to improve its finances

In February, it announced $660m in losses and its chairman stood down.

Elisha Watson quit her job last year to launch Nisa, an ethical underwear company providing employment opportunities for former refugees.

1 NEWS Community: The Wellington lawyer who quit her job to give former refugees a place in the workforce

Elisha Watson launched ethical underwear label Nisa this year, with the intention of providing women with refugee backgrounds with job opportunities.

Apple fined $9 million for misleading Aussie customers

The action was sparked after complaints about an "error 53" that disabled iPhones and iPads.

FILE - In this Thursday, March 15, 2018 file photo, Rupert Stadler, CEO of German car producer Audi, briefs the media during the annual press conference in Ingolstadt, Germany. German authorities have detained the chief executive of Volkswagen's Audi division, Rupert Stadler, as part of a probe into manipulation of emissions controls. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)

Audi CEO detained by German authorities in diesel emissions case

The move is an extension of the emissions scandal that has rocked Volkswagen since 2015.

Bunnings Warehouse (file picture).

Bunnings to pay $11m in back-pay to past and present employees

It will impact 12,235 workers, in accordance with the Holidays Act 2003.

Beautiful girl on a swing bridge on the Hooker Valley trail on the South Island of New Zealand.

Tourism sector anxious about proposed border tax

Official papers obtained by RNZ detail the challenges with collecting the tax.

Burger King union members to strike and picket today

Unite Union accused Burger King of withholding staff clock in/clock out records, "despite having supplied such information on an individual basis".

Shane Jones.

Shane Jones' attack on Fonterra about ego and publicity - National

The PM should reign in her Regional Development Minister, says the opposition.

Most read: Rotorua car salesmen stood down over racist 'clever Māori' remarks; auto dealer says team 'devastated'

Rotorua nurse Narrelle Newdick was left shaking and in tears after a car dealer left a racist voice message on her phone calling her a "f***** clever Māori".

Chickens in indoor barn (file picture).

Tegel says yes to takeover offer from large Philippines poultry company

Tegel also today reported a 17.7 per cent fall in annual net profit.

Wendy's workers banned from striking on company property

An injunction was granted yesterday due to significant health and safety issues, especially in drivethroughs and carpark areas.

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Tighter regulations on the cards for debt collectors, as Government eyes changes

Budgeting services are worried about behaviour they say borders on harassment.

Mel B in a Jenny Craig advertisement.

Most read story: Jenny Craig Australia fined over misleading ad featuring Mel B

The weight loss company was ordered to pay $37,000 by a consumer watchdog.

Chickens in indoor barn (file picture).

Tegel 'treat us like we don't exist' - Northland marae

Tegel are holding a hui in Auckland tonight to discuss their plans, but Kapehu Marae says they were not told about the meeting.

Revenue Minister grilled over GST on online purchases

Stuart Nash has acknowledged the decision to impose GST charges is "a risk" as Australia faces a block from Amazon for similar move.

speaks onstage at Elon Musk Answers Your Questions! during SXSW at ACL Live on March 11, 2018 in Austin, Texas.

Tesla shareholders reject bid to strip Elon Musk of chairman role

This comes despite the company's shaky finances and inability to meet its production goals.

Criminal charges laid against ANZ Bank in cartel case

The charges relate to trading in ANZ shares by Deutsche Bank and Citigroup.

Former Prime Minister Jim Bolger will lead the Fair Pay Agreements.

Government's Fair Pay Agreements will drive up costs for businesses and is 'another step back to the 1970s' -National

Fair Pay Agreements, announced today, allow bosses and unions to work together to set minimum terms and conditions for all workers in that industry.

H&M to open its largest NZ store in downtown Auckland late August

The clothing multinational will open a four-level shop on the corner of Customs and Queen streets.

New schemes to help get young ex-offenders into work announced by Government

The schemes will help young former inmates get their driver's licences.

FILE - In this Sept. 27, 2016, file photo, different strains of marijuana are displayed in West Salem Cannabis, a marijuana shop in Salem, Ore. Three years after Oregon lawmakers created the state's new legal marijuana program, marijuana prices in the state are in free fall and the craft cannabis farmers who put Oregon on the map decades before legalization are losing their businesses to emerging chains and out-of-state investors. (AP Photo/Andrew Selsky, File)

Easy entry into Oregon's legal pot market means huge surplus

Oregon has nearly 453,600 kg of marijuana flower in its inventory, a staggering amount for a state with about 4 million people.

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