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Spierings and team make mark on Fonterra
Spierings and team make mark on Fonterra

Fonterra's announcement that it would spend $1.17 billion on new plant and on taking a stake in a Chinese infant formula…

Mitre 10, Bunnings surge on DIY wave

New Zealand's biggest DIY, hardware, gardening and trade store chain Mitre 10 will soon announce it has cracked the $1 billion…

NZ joining global move to internet TV services

With the start of Spark's Lightbox service, New Zealand is joining the global wave of internet TV services.

Unpaid Kiwi internships on the rise

Some university graduates hoping to break into well-paid careers are working months at a time as unpaid interns.

Business confidence slips
Business confidence slips

Business confidence has dropped for the sixth month in a row in ANZ's Business Outlook survey.

Moguls at war
Moguls at war

‘Hundreds of millions’ in dispute as Warriors co-owners wage battle in foreign courts over joint-venture business

Mary Holm: Watch out for foreign exchange risk
Mary Holm: Watch out for foreign exchange risk

You have often advised the value of passive index tracking - low fees, diversified, low risk, easy care, etc. I invested…

Regular investment pays off
Regular investment pays off

Putting small amounts of cash regularly into investments pays off. Ask anyone who was signed up to KiwiSaver five or more…

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Brian Gaynor: Reporting season reveals important truths
Brian Gaynor: Reporting season reveals important truths

The June 2014 reporting season is over, the results have been counted and analysed.

Once were warriors

A boat trip and a game of golf - in many ways, it was the classic Kiwi blokes' bonding trip.

Port 'deaths completely unacceptable'

WorkSafe requests urgent meeting with Lyttelton Port management after death of port worker Brad Fletcher.

China concern on Fonterra investment

A high-profile Chinese dairy commentator is calling for China's government to block Fonterra's investment in Hangzhou-based…

Vector wins $7.6m tax refund in court fight
Vector wins $7.6m tax refund in court fight

Vector has won a High Court fight with Inland Revenue and says is now entitled to a $7.6 million tax…

Modest rise in building consents

NZ building consents rose at a modest 0.1pc pace in July reflecting a drop in the number of consents issued in Canterbury…

Apple's iWatch: Here's what we know

We've only rumours and reports to go on, but expect a fashionable device with a focus on fitness tracking, voice commands…

Bridgecorp director denied parole

Bridgecorp's jailed chief financial officer Rob Roest has been denied parole because of the risk he could pose to the community…

TVNZ lifts annual profit 25pc

State-owned broadcaster Television New Zealand lifted annual profit 25 per cent, ahead of forecast and despite a dip in…

Fares fair? How flight costs compare
Fares fair? How flight costs compare

The Herald has compared the cost of flights, bus and car prices in the North Island after Air NZ faced…

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Westland Milk payout slashed
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Westland Milk Products, the Hokitika-based dairy cooperative, has overtaken rival Fonterra in cutting its forecast payout…

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