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Microsoft today unveiled a new laptop, a tablet, three phones and a fitness tracker.
There are more cruise ships calling this season, they're bigger and newer and they're calling at more ports.
The novel charger could be useful in the case of a natural disaster or widespread power cut.
The PSA says scientists who lose their jobs under a proposed AgResearch restructure will simply go overseas.
A new business programme aiming to get more women to set up companies has the support of multi-millionaire Annette Presley.
The world's second-biggest clothing chain will open a store at a yet to be determined location in 2016.
The Commerce Commission received most complaints about Spark and Vodafone.
Just days after saying jobs would go, Fonterra has announced a $506m profit.
A cancelled agreement with the internet and phone company led to years of headaches for one man.
Volkswagen NZ says it will keep Kiwi customers up to date with developments in the debacle.
It is being tipped that up to 100 workers could lose their jobs at the Crown research institute.
Some 11 million of the German carmaker's diesel vehicles worldwide were fitted with software that evaded US emissions controls.
It's looking good for the start of the school holidays.
Fonterra had previously said around 520 jobs would go.
A Philippine company which has bought Griffins is "thrilled" to be involved with an iconic New Zealand brand.
The Govt "felt the wind of public opinion and changed their position", the opposition says.
The early morning airing of games in NZ isn't great from an employer's perspective, a business consultant says.
Whole milk powder - the key index for New Zealand - is up 20.6 per cent.
A Shanghai based firm wants to buy a $261million chunk of NZ's largest meat exporter.
Silver Fern farms could soon be controlled by a Chinese company, prompting concerns about the future of meat processing.
A growing number of business, academic, and Government leaders are backing the potential development.
Property speculators are being warned Auckland house prices may have peaked.
The Reserve Bank has taken the knife to the
benchmark interest rate again today.
Quiksilver is reportedly set to file for bankruptcy and undergo a restructure to hand control to Oaktree Capital Management.
When placed in receivership in 2007 the finance company owed $459 million to 14,500 investors.
Travellers are the likely winners as a result of the new partnership.
The son of the man on the $5 note says he was initially anxious about the redesign.
Bill English acknowledges the survey shows that the economy is going through a 'softening stage'.
Concern about Air New Zealand's ability to profitably fill capacity increases as economies weaken and competition increases.
TVNZ reported a net profit after tax of $28.1 million for the year ending June 2015, up $10 million on the prior year.
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A man appeared in Levin court today, while the search for Alex will resume in the morning.
The Labour Party is threatening to overwrite parts of the deal.
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TVNZ weatherman Dan Corbett has the latest weather forecast.
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