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Auckland's Mitchell & Stout Architects was only initially asked to upgrade Titirangi's historic ex-hotel Lopdell House…
Funding has been confirmed for a class action lawsuit against the makers of defective plaster cladding.
Real estate agent Cherry Killgour has been handling mortgagee sales for years and knows all too well the damaging effect…
ASB has followed the lead of ANZ and Kiwibank and slashed its fixed mortgage rates.
Westpac could join a mortgage-rate battle after Kiwibank and ANZ slashed their home loan rates.
ANZ and KiwiBank have cut their mortgage rates as speculation grows the Reserve Bank will cut the OCR.
The dollar changed little overnight with major markets in the US and the UK closed for public holidays.
The NZ fell as the US dollar strengthened following signs of rising US inflation.
William Pesek grades Park Geun Hye of South Korea, Benigno Aquino of the Philippines and Joko Widodo of Indonesia.
How have things fared since then for Asia's "Axis of Reform"? Not very well, unfortunately, says William Pesek.
Of the many wonders to behold in Greece, Matt Derr has found a gem: local wine at $3 a glass.
El Nino this year is likely to reduce New Zealand's agricultural output, say BNZ economists.
It's crunch time for dairy farmers this week when Fonterra releases its farmgate milk price forecast for the coming 2015/16…
Russell Crowe, who portrayed Nobel prize-winning mathematician John Nash in Oscar-winning film, "stunned" by death.
Investors yawned at the news that five of the world's biggest banks agreed to plead guilty in a currency-rigging probe.
The dollar fell to a four-year low against the British pound after UK retail sales rose more-than-expected.
The dollar held near the bottom end of its recent trading range as investors weighed up interest rates cuts.