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Bloodbath: New Zealand sharemarket braces for blow
New Zealand shares are tipped to be hit today after global sharemarkets were slammed.
Major supermarkets now selling e-cigarettes as tobacco price rises
Major supermarkets selling e-cigarettes as tobacco price rises.
'Dramatic' shake-up for NZ workplaces in 2018: experts
There will be a 'dramatic' shake-up in the country's workplaces in 2018, say experts
NZ logistics company cutting 'middlemen' from China trade
Expanding logistics company QEX removes "middlemen" from New Zealand's trade with China
Three quarter of professionals expect pay bump this year
Employees in the driver's seat as businesses struggle to find personnel, survey finds.
NZ whole milk powder supply will be down, says analyst
Don't expect too much whole milk powder from New Zealand this season, says analyst.
'It just sucks you under': Woman drowns at deadly falls
Woman drowns at Maruia Falls in upper South Island.
Parsley payout: Worker wrongly given the chop wins compo
Woman sacked for "unsafe" parsley chopping wins over $9000
The ultimate gamble: Kiwi sells house to invest in bitcoin
An Auckland man sold his house to try and get rich on virtual currencies.
Employment Court ruling set to shake-up the workplace
Staff employed by the firm where they worked, not the hire company that paid their wages.
'If we don't extend into the harbour, we lose the Cup'
We must build into the harbour if we want to host the America's Cup: Marine industry boss.
Car hire business to pay heavy price for client's alleged fraud
A judge has allowed a hire car to be used as collateral to pay off a man's debt.
Chicken without the chicken flying off the shelves
Chicken Free Chicken seeking investors.
Which part of NZ is most at risk of a house price drop?
New Zealand's smaller towns and cities are most vulnerable from house price falls
Automation would 'double capacity' at Auckland's port
Ports of Auckland believes automating its container terminal will double its capacity;
CEO pay increasing 5 times faster than workers: study
Chief executives' pay is going up almost five times faster than workers', study finds.
Newspaper boss made employee pay $50k for a job: ERA
A newspaper boss made a prospective employee pay $50,000 before he would give her a job.
Fire Service veteran accused of submitting false assignment
A Fire Service veteran has failed to get his job back amidst misconduct allegations
From NZ to the US - giant market drives Kiwi tech surge
Ezel Kokcu has founded two successful ICT companies with a third set to launch next month.
Soaring Kiwi tech sector tops $10b of revenue: report
NZ tech companies have recorded over $10 billion in revenue for the first time.
NZ drones find niche markets as industry takes off
New Zealand commercial drone manufacturers are successfully finding niche markets.
Labour accuses polytech of whistleblower 'witch hunt'
Labour says a Taranaki polytech's search for a whistleblower amounted to a 'witch hunt'.