Investment specialists say the departure of Graham Darlow is regrettable.
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Developer heads to court to get green light to develop a 130ha North Shore block of land.
New job advertisements rose more than 17 per cent in February.
Fletcher Building has made changes including to its staff after the $110m downgrade.
Drainlayers inundated with work are not bidding for contracts in Tauranga
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COMMENT: Report points to a big change in the way we use the land.
The Reserve Bank has kept the official cash rate on hold at 1.75 per cent.
The New Zealand dollar gained ahead of the RBNZ's six-weekly review of monetary policy.
COMMENT: Things are looking up for the economics profession, but it comes with a caveat.
New Zealand operates on an international stage and as SME owners we forget that at times, writes Tenby Powell.
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Good quality nutrition is one of the best investments that an animal owner can make.
It will be business as usual at Tenon's Taupō wood-processing plant.
Nathan Guy has welcomed $1.2m of funding to combat animal and horticultural disease.
Farmers' confidence in the economy and their own businesses has improved.
The Dutch election was a barometer for how the mood of Europe, writes Mark Lister.
China is proving a counter-balance to Donald Trump's protectionist sentiments.
COMMENT: Guess who pays bill if wharf plan proceeds?
Huawei Technologies will spend $400m on R&D in NZ over the next five years.