'Actively misleading' - Tesla 'full self-driving' vehicles can't drive themselves

Tesla has buried a disclaimer on its website, saying drivers still have to supervise their cars.

Fletcher Building criticised for flawed 'tā moko' design on truck

A Māori art expert says while the design was well-intentioned, it was inaccurate.

Wilson Parking to give up car parks after Commerce Commission investigation into price hikes

As part of the settlement, Wilson also agreed to pay $500k towards the Commerce Commission's costs.

Flight Centre cuts 160 more jobs, closes 23 more stores - 'We are gutted'

The travel agency has struggled with the global impact of Covid-19.

Covid-19 speeds up human vs machine standoff over work, study finds

The World Economic Forum expects some 85 million jobs globally across 15 industries.


Ghosts and gremlins: What agents don't have to disclose when selling you a house

Sometimes what the agent isn't telling you may give you cause to think twice.

Burger King bought by owners of Starbucks NZ

The fast food burger chain employs more than 1800 staff around the country.


Tourism Aotearoa suggests giving $200 domestic travel card to all Kiwis

Industry leaders met in Auckland today to discuss ways of keeping operators afloat.

The future of cash: RBNZ developing strategy to secure its use

The demand for cash had increased significantly in the early stages of the pandemic.

Asparagus grower ordered to pay out $50k to workers for wage violations

The Canterbury grower paid seasonal workers according to how much they picked - which sometimes didn't add up to minimum wage.

Labour promises $75 million in contestable NZ On Air funding for newsrooms

Kris Faafoi said the new fund would aim to support local and regional journalism, and said a potential merger between TVNZ and RNZ would also move forward "with some speed".

The Warehouse defends wage subsidy, redundancy criticism

The company has been criticised by unions, the government and during the election campaign for restructuring and redundancies while getting the subsidy.

Lewis Road Creamery bought by NZ's biggest farmland investment fund

Southern Pastures chair said they see Lewis Road Creamery being part of the transition to carbon neutral dairy in NZ.


South Auckland supermarket owner giving away $50,000 worth of groceries to families

Lin Guo’s employees say he is a “great boss” and a “generous man”.

Auckland CBD McDonald's, one of first to open in NZ, closes after nearly 45 years of service

The large Queen Street location has been a staple of the city centre since 1977.

Porirua council to return $2.6 million claimed under Covid-19 wage subsidy scheme

The council has calculated its revenue loss fell under the required threshold.


Kiwi zero-waste beauty brand Ethique scores major international investment deal

The company's goal is to stop millions of bottles ending up in the dump or in the ocean.


Fair Go: Sparks fly over who should pay for Dunedin repair shop's spark plugs error

Jacqui and Clive Hutchins went to Fair Go with their predicament.


New Zealand beauty brand partners up with social media queen Khloé Kardashian

The company behind Dose & Co Collagen is hoping to break into the lucrative US wellness market.


Eden Park to be renamed after Kaikōura fish and chip shop for Bledisloe Cup Test

The famed Auckland pitch will be called 'Coopers Catch Stadium' as the All Blacks take to the field on Sunday.

For first time in New Zealand, bank offers mortgage rate below 2%

One-year home loan rates have plummeted since the Covid-19 pandemic, but this is the lowest.

Avocado exports by air shrink, but industry adapts

Auckland Airport says they've seen a big drop in the number of avocados going overseas - but don't expect a price drop.

Future of Kawerau paper mill uncertain

The mill employs about 160 staff and it had been battling for survival for more than a decade.

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