03:24
Two Wellington women are attempting to change the cosmetics world with their new beauty brand.

The mascara which could help cure blindness in the Pacific

Two Wellington women are attempting to change the cosmetics world with their new beauty brand.

00:27
Brian and Hannah Tamaki's church could now face a substantial tax bill as a result of the deregistration.

Two Destiny Church charities stripped of charitable status for missing financial records filing deadline

The two charities of Brian and Hannah Tamaki could now face a substantial tax bill as a result of deregistration.

02:06
Traditional brick-and-mortar stores will have to fight for customers against the online giant.

Amazon expected to launch in Australia tomorrow

The launch would be just in time for the retail giant's traditional Black Friday sales.

Uber concealed breach of user's data by paying criminals $146k - report

The former CEO reportedly knew about the hack in 2016, but did not say anything about it.

Hosting America's Cup could bring $1 billion to NZ economy

A Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment commissioned study suggests hosting the Cup will create thousands of jobs.

Diane Maxwell says she is hearing from people that they still feel young and active at age 65, and the workforce will need to accommodate that.

More needs to be done before workplaces safe for aging workforce - study

One in five ACC claims for all traumatic work injuries were by workers aged 55–79.

01:54
It comes as the company prepares to delist from the NZ stock exchange.

'It's a profit he's created' – Rod Drury to cash in Xero shares, netting almost $95 million

It comes as the company prepares to delist from the NZ stock exchange.

Xero founder sells $94.5m in shares as it prepares shift to ASX listing

Rod Drury remains Xero's largest shareholder with 17.7 million shares.

Waikato River

Farmers to open gates to public as Fonterra unveils plan to clean up waterways

"We're backing up our words with action and making tangible commitments".

Fisher & Paykel wins patent court case against rivals ResMed

The product manufacturer said other patent litigation actions remain in progress

A mixture of New Zealand Bank notes and coins.

Kiwi steady ahead of US inflation figures

The kiwi traded at US69.29 cents today.

A mixture of New Zealand Bank notes and coins.

NZ dollar heads for 0.5pc weekly gain

The kiwi got a lift from the Reserve Bank's new forecast track for the official cash rate.

No insider trading found in Xero share investigation

The Financial Markets Authority began investigating in 2015 after a referral by NZX in June that year.

Spark apologises for North Island outage

An outage earlier this morning affected a number of residents and businesses across the North Island.

Pesticide recalled after damage to apples

Royal Gala crops in Nelson, Tasman and Hawke's Bay orchards are affected.

Kiwi merino clothing maker Icebreaker is being acquired by VF corporation.

US clothing giant buying Kiwi merino clothing maker Icebreaker

VF Corporation's portfolio includes The North Face, Timberland, SmartWool, Vans, Wrangler and Lee.

03:11
Kelly Rennie created the Busy Mums Programme for people like her.

Check out the Kiwi mum's fitness programme that has caught Kate Middleton's eye

Kelly Rennie created the Busy Mums Programme for people like her.

New Zealand currency fifty dollar note money

Kiwi dollar up on talk of Trump's new Fed chair

Investors will be watching for any tax announcements from Mr Trump.

But its Auckland and Wellington stores will stay open until a call has been made on their future.

Topshop operator generated $4.1m of losses

The company's stores in Auckland and Wellington closed in September after receivers failed to find a buyer.

04:51
It’s said to contribute to the ‘leaky pipeline effect’.

Latest diversity survey finds fifth of NZ business leadership teams mostly men

Many are finding it hard to climb the corporate ladder, a study has found.

New Zealand currency fifty dollar note money

Kiwi dollar falls on Finance Minister's RBNZ comments

Meanwhile, offshore, the announcement of the new Federal Reserve chair is keenly awaited.

01:56
For the first time New Zealand wines are winning the Tasman battle in the US.

Kiwi wines outselling Australian counterparts in world's biggest market

For the first time New Zealand wines are winning the trans-Tasman battle in the US.

01:53
There is a financial review being carried out on one of its key business units.

Fletcher Building shares in trading halt as AGM looms

Auckland-based Fletcher downgraded earnings twice last year.

02:22
All eyes are now on the next moves from NZME and Fairfax after a merger was rejected.

NZME, Fairfax to fight Commerce Commission's ruling over merger at High Court

The Commerce Commission refused to allow the merge over competition concerns.

02:14
Aussie businesses are bracing themselves for the imminent arrival of Amazon, employing various new strategies.

Online shopping juggernaut Amazon set to arrive in Oz

Aussie businesses are bracing themselves for the imminent arrival of Amazon, employing various new strategies.

Harvey Weinstein to challenge firing from company following sexual assault claims

The 65-year-old film producer was fired by the board of his firm, which he co-founded with his brother Bob Weinstein in 2005.

00:38
Theo Spierings, New Zealand's highest paid chief executive, just received a 78.5 per cent jump in pay.

Watch: 'It's pretty extraordinary' – Jacinda Ardern slams Fonterra bosses massive $8.32 million pay package

Ardern says Theo Spierings' huge pay increase would "make people's eyes water".

loading error

refresh