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Council CEO says it would be "almost negligent" to try to pride itself on having no debt.
Napier City Council currently has zero external debt. That is about to change.
It is expected to take four days to load the cattle on to the Al Kuwait.
"That's thousands of dollars a day we've lost because of that hole."
Heath Barclay of Bridgestone started his career at Westlows in Dannevirke.
Businesses reliant on tourism are continuing to struggle without Auckland visitors.
Hundreds of tonnes of mānuka is now sitting in beekeepers' sheds, producer says.
Hastings District needs a further 6500 new homes in the next 10 years to meet demand.
A new free trade deal has been agreed to between the United Kingdom and Aotearoa.
Two years ago, Devan Lincoln paid $8000 for a high-end machine. It never arrived.
There's no guaranteed way of picking winning stocks, or horses
If you play with fire you get burned. Unless of course it helps you win a top award.
Rotorua and Waikato values indicate brakes being applied on prices as headwinds bite.
Panel beaters say they can't attract staff because insurance companies are squeezing them.
Financial Times: Response to Omicron variant a blow to businesses.
A new apple orchard has been planted on the outskirts of Napier to grow a popular brand.
There are now 274 cases from the last 14 days that are yet to be linked.
'Perfect storm' has flooded the wholesale market in the North Island.
High-end property is selling big in Hawke's Bay as new builds become more challenging.
From firelighters made from orange peels to a bright idea to help artists
The $1 million club has quickly expanded with 23 new suburbs.
"Who wants kids to miss out on Christmas?"
The Six Sisters have drawn comparisons with San Francisco's historic Painted Ladies.
"That's their way of living. Where do these people go?"