Perky Nana Lumps

Cadbury combines two Kiwi classics for new creation: Perky Nana Lumps

The offspring of Perky Nana and Pineapple Lumps will be available from July 1.

Sky City Convention Centre being constructed by Fletcher Building

Fletcher Building back competing for high-rise contracts

The company will return to the sector, 18 months after opting to focus on existing projects,

New Zealand’s biggest players are keeping a close eye on the situation.

Economist hits out at 'lack of competition' in NZ banking sector - 'We've got this plague'

Cameron Bagrie described the issues with our big four Australian-owned banks.

NZSA's new satellite tracking tool

NZ Space Agency launches new tool to track satellites, combat space debris

The tool will be used to ensure New Zealand satellites comply with permit conditions.

The egg industry’s voluntary stamping regime starts in July.

Stamps on eggs set to make it easier for Kiwis to identify caged from free range

At this stage around 80 per cent of eggs will be stamped.

National's leader says Jacinda Ardern should be moving on some ministers on Thursday but doesn't have talented people to replace them.

Paul Goldsmith becomes National's new Finance spokesperson as Amy Adams stands down

Mr Bridges also made other portfolio announcements this afternoon.

Dunedin Mitre 10 stores ordered to pay staff the living wage

The ERA has decided that an experienced employee will be paid no less than $21 an hour

Council of Trade Unions President Richard Wagstaff spoke about the need for fair pay in NZ.

'We've just been left behind' - Union argues need for fair pay agreements in NZ

New Zealand has "a real problem" with wage disparity", CTU President Richard Wagstaff said,

There were many issues to sort as we try and get a resolution for Prashila.

Fair Go goes in to bat for woman blamed for putting dirty fuel into her brand new Mazda CX-8

Prashila Edwards had only filled up that many times in seven months before the car conked out.

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Jay Jays under fire for Facebook post encouraging girls to 'roast the crap' out of each other on Instagram

Netsafe CEO Martin Cocker says these kind of posts "normalise bullying" and are "unhelpful".

Bank chairman and former PM John Key delivered the news today.

ANZ refuses to comment on reports it sold luxury house at a loss to David Hisco's wife

The upmarket Auckland reportedly went for $6.9 million despite a QV valuation of more than $10 million.

Bank chairman and former PM John Key delivered the news today.

ANZ pledges to assure Reserve Bank of operating prudence in wake of CEO controversy

A decision was made to revoke ANZ's local licence to calculate its own operational risk capital.

Most New Zealanders don't trust insurers to give them good advice, research finds

Only 13 per cent of consumers trusted insurers to give them good advice, Consumer NZ said.

The results show women across all ethnicities are more likely to experience ill treatment.

One in 10 Kiwi workers feel discriminated against, harassed or bullied - Stats NZ

Women who work as machinery operators and drivers have the highest rate, at 20 per cent.

Apple issues MacBook recall over battery 'safety risk', warns owners to stop using them

The recall involves the 15-inch MacBook Pro, sold primarily between September 2015 and February 2017.

Christopher Luxon talks to TVNZ1’s Breakfast about his departure from the airline and what’s next.

Outgoing Air NZ CEO says he identifies with National Party but has 'no master plan' to run for office

Christopher Luxon announced his resignation yesterday. He spoke with Breakfast this morning.

Analysts are warning that investors could be in for a rocky ride.

NZ-based medicinal cannabis company Cannasouth has soft stock exchange debut

The company listed on the stock exchange this morning after selling $10 million worth of shares.

Chief Executive Christopher Luxon says the new Boeing 787-10s are a significant step up from the current fleet.

Air NZ CEO Christopher Luxon resigns, hints at possible move into politics

He will will step down from day to day leadership of the airline on September 25.

Meadow Mushrooms is turning tonnes of unwanted stalks into punnets.

Canterbury mushroom company leading the charge in sustainable packaging

Meadow Mushrooms is turning tonnes of unwanted stalks into punnets.

Martin Cocker explains what money muling is and what to watch out for.

Don't be duped into being a 'money muler' by scammers, Netsafe warns

Martin Cocker gave some tips about how to avoid becoming a victim.

There are concerns over how people’s data and money will be protected.

Facebook plans its own currency, Libra, for 2 billion-plus users

The new digital currency would be similar to Bitcoin.

Spark Foundation looking to sell Givealittle

Spark's charitable trust says it believes the crowdfunding site's growth will benefit from a new owner that can continue to support it.

First Union general secretary Dennis Maga says staff are upset, following the revelations about Mr Hisco’s personal expenses.

ANZ union workers slam CEO David Hisco's 'outrageous' exit following chauffered cars controversy

He said Mr Hisco's "graceful exit" from the company was setting an unfair double standard.

Sir Ed’s grandson, Alex Hillary, joined Breakfast to discuss the meaning behind the brand.

Edmund Hillary Clothing brand looking to break into international market

Sir Ed's grandson, Alex Hillary, says: "It's a brand that really kind of embodies Ed's spirit and what he stood for."


Water bottling consents rise despite Government's pre-election promise to reduce exports

"We're in 2019 and nothing has changed, we're seeing more and more water bottling consents going through."

Holdens get three years of free servicing from the dealership, but not so with Holden HSVs, Steve Rangihuna was told.

Holden HSV owner feeling burned after dealer says he doesn’t actually own a Holden

Holdens get three years of free servicing from the dealership, but not so with Holden HSVs, Fair Go told.

While It’s great for employees, businesses say it is causing big problems.

Victim of its own success: Timaru on a recruitment drive, amid 10-year low in unemployment

Unemployment in the region is nearly half the national average, causing problems for businesses desperate for staff.

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