The number of dogs and cats will be restricted at a new Auckland housing estate.
Sales in Queenstown's newest subdivision were running hot.
Asian investors warned about buying New Zealand property.
A traditional, well-established holiday park is to go under the hammer.
Credit unions will soon be on a level playing field with banks under proposed changes.
COMMENT: If banks could simply create money, why would they pay to attract deposits?
If you're finding yourself short of assets for collateral one bank will accept cheese.
Co-op Money NZ chairman Steve Nichols has quit after just over a month.
The market expects annual inflation to hit two per cent, for the first time since 2011.
Labour's plan to reform monetary policy is more modest than it looks.
Labour wants the Reserve Bank to consider full employment as well as inflation.
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COMMENT: Tweaks of minimal value do nothing unless they provoke debate on boosting pay.
COMMENT: The UK will likely be forced to concede on points the Brexit group campaigned on.
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A slowdown in the property market weighed on consumer confidence.