The price difference is down to a lack of competition in NZ according to Moneyhub.

Air New Zealand's cuts raise 'real questions' about its commitment to serving regional New Zealand - Transport Minister

Phil Twyford's comments come after Regional Development Minister Shane Jones also criticised the national airline.

The US President said in a tweet that there was not much political support for the proposal.

Trump announces US moving to impose up to $87 billion in tariffs on Chinese goods

The trade penalties are said to be aimed at China for flooding the world with cheap steel and aluminum.

US currency.

Interest rates raised by US Federal Reserve with two more hikes expected this year

The move reflects more optimistic expectations for solid growth and low unemployment.

Gap between rich and poor growing, report finds

A Productivity Commission report says the gap is leading to Kiwi workers pocketing less of New Zealand's national income.

Dunedin city councillor Jim O’Malley, who organised the bid, says $20 million is needed to save the factory.

Have you got your Kiwi-made Pineapple Lumps yet? Cadbury's Dunedin factory into its last week of making the iconic Kiwi treat

The company was unable to find someone to take over the production at the iconic New Zealand factory. So they're moving to Aussie.

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Kiwi dollar steady ahead of busy week

This morning, the kiwi traded at 51.76 British pence from 51.80p on Friday.

Irene King talks about a  MoneyHub report showing Air NZ's pricing in terms of the different markets.

Air New Zealand flights that cost Kiwis more than Aussies down to 'more competitive market' in Australia

Irene King analyses a report that found people flying out of Auckland to some international destinations would pay more than if they had flown out of Australia through Auckland on the same flight.

A collective of Maori entities are looking to assert control of their land and to generate employment.

Maori owned business Miro on mission to grow berries, jobs and economic prosperity

For too long our whanau have leased their lands to third parties for a pittance.

Economist Rodney Jones says China is changing and New Zealand's approach to the global super power needs to as well.

New Zealand's approach to China is no longer the right one, says Beijing based economist

Q+A host Corin Dann talks to Rodney Jones about why New Zealand's approach needs to change.

Company that bought the Mad Butcher business for $40m, now selling it for just $8m

Veritas shareholders vote to sell Mad Butcher franchisor to its CEO Michael Morton.

The airport and wharves are in for an upgrade.

Bay of Islands' airport, wharves given $6.7m government upgrade

Shane Jones says the projects will "boost the productivity potential of Northland".

Aotearoa Water Action is trying to overturn Environment Canterbury consents granted to a Chinese owned company.

Canterbury water stoush: Should foreign company be allowed to extract 24 million litres a day from Christchurch to sell overseas?

The group Aotearoa Water Action is trying to overturn Environment Canterbury consents granted to Chinese-owned company Cloud Ocean Water.

Corin Dann talks to Tim Grafton from the NZ Insurance Council about the issue that's affecting insurance for home owners and businesses.

Q+A Business Podcast – Climate change and what it means for your insurance bill

Host Corin Dann talks with Tim Grafton from the NZ Insurance Council.

Brossard,Quebec, ?anada - August 25, 2014: Toys R Us is the world's largest dedicated toy and juvenile products retail.

Toys R Us planning to liquidate its US operations

The company's also likely to liquidate some of its overseas businesses.

Uncaged economist Cameron Bagrie with host Corin Dann.

Watch: Q+A Business Podcast - baby boomers, sugar taxes and more

Check out the first ever podcast in this series, hosted by Corin Dann.

Card swiped through eftpos machine

NZ economy grows less than expected in fourth quarter

Unfavourable weather weighed on agricultural output.

The region will draw in around 1000 for this year's harvest.

More foreign winemakers travelling to Marlborough to learn their trade

The region will draw in around 1000 workers for this year’s harvest, many of them from overseas.

Briscoes reports record $61.3 million annual profit

Briscoe Group fended off a margin squeeze as sales growth underpinned a 3.2 per cent annual profit gain.

Retail card spending growth slows in February

Card-holders across all industries made 134 million transactions in the month.

The glass bottles disappeared from New Zealand 20 odd years ago but that may be about to change.

Skim milk price spike sparks Global Dairy Trade probe

On the surface it looked to reflect strong demand from some buyers for immediate delivery.

Trump signed off on the tariff’s today as other Pacific nations signed CPTPP without the US.

Trump orders stiff trade tariffs on steel and aluminium, unswayed by grim warnings

The US President suggested earlier that Australia and "other countries" might be spared.

Meccano menswear to close up shop, unable to find buyer

All stock, including new season styles, is discounted by between 40 per cent and 70 per cent for sale.

Tuao Toa Ata Marsh working at The Warehouse, Newmarket at the checkouts, where she speaks te reo to customers

The Warehouse suffers fall in first-half earnings

The slump comes as the red shed transitions to an "everyday low prices" model and integrates its businesses.

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NZ dollar loses gains after Trump's economic advisor quits

Gary Cohn's departure has stoked renewed fears of a possible trade war.

Housing under construction

Industrial building work drives fourth quarter growth

The lift in accommodation buildings has been driven by tourism.

A fresh wave of bars and restaurants are opening this month.

Christchurch nightlife making a comeback after years of rebuilding

Some are calling for a night mayor like Amsterdam and New York have to manage their nightlife.

A mixture of New Zealand Bank notes and coins.

NZ dollar rises on easing trade worries

Overall "the Kiwi has largely stuck to a very tight range today," said Westpac Banking Corp market strategist Imre Speizer.

The Ministry of Primary Industries is waging war on the stink bugs.

Bug infestations on cargo ships leading to shortage of used car imports

The Ministry of Primary Industries is waging war on the stink bugs.

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