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This summer could be one of the most difficult in years for farmers.
There are calls for the world's biggest dairy exporter to slash its board member numbers and be "fitter, leaner, and more agile."
ONE News can reveal three people at the Pahiatua plant have contracted legionnaires disease.
"The woman's business practices were irresponsible and reckless" - ERA.
The biscuit maker has been slapped with a hefty fine in Australia.
The scheme provides grants of up to $10,000.
Dr Nicola Gaston: "I see a majority of men across all disciplines at senior career levels."
New Zealand has ranked 22nd in the world for ease of paying tax, ahead of Australia, the USA and other important trading partners.
Kiwi exporters look set to cash in on Vietnam's growing economy.
The government says it has saved $20 million through new contracts with 12 telecommunications companies.
The current indirect service for travellers is about to be replaced by an 11-hour direct flight.
The chicken won't come cheap with a delivery fee and some higher prices.
A screw used to secure a chain snapped, causing it to strike the employee in the face.
Direct flights will begin in June next year.
The two cities, along with Auckland, have been singled out by the Reserve Bank.
The growth is fuelled by collectible toys based on Hollywood blockbuster films.
Around a quarter of skilled migrants leave within five years of taking up residence.
The red sheds are offering up more bargains.
The Wellington craft brewer recorded more than 660 per cent growth.
A new brand of cafe is set to open on the North Shore, one that caters to cat owners.
The World Travel Awards recognise travel organisations that push the boundaries of industry excellence.
Borrowers counting on further interest rate relief from the Reserve Bank will have to wait.
Huntly East Mine had become "deeply unprofitable".
The Shop Trading Hours Amendment Bill will enable councils to choose whether or not to allow trading on Easter Sunday.
Stakeholders in Silver Fern Farms have resoundingly voted to sell half of the company.
The Government declined Pure 100 Farm's application to buy Lochinver Station.
One worker told ONE News today that he blames “incompetence on the management side”.
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.
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NIWA is predicting a growing likelihood of dry conditions this summer.
In December 1992, Dylan Taite caught up with homegrown talent at its best.
A TVNZ Sunday investigation revealed the damning images.
A car weaving all over the road near Milford Sound prompted one man to make a complaint to police.
The former Black Cap was found not guilty overnight, but says he will never work in cricket again.
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