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Hospitality Northland praises kebab owner for having confidence in the local economy.
The old days of 'harden up' are over. But for business, what comes next?
Our region is relatively undiscovered, seen as a developing destination, says Tania Burt.
Pressure from mayors sees Finance Minister press banks to extend bank hub trial.
Rail funding for Marsden Point spur prompts Northport to restate its case for growth.
Bankrupting company directors the only leverage NRC has in a bid to recoup loan.
Vegetable grower selling land and sowing pasture in the face of enduring labour woes.
Kaipara 'solar farm' will be biggest in NZ, eclipsing even Kaitaia's planned solar plant.
Northpower employee wins Supreme category in prestigious Transpower STAR Awards.
The Rosevear family is rapidly running out of space for their Very Old Edam trophies.
The Government ran out of patience with Telecom - and big moves paid off.
Central banks walk a tight-rope.
Sophie Wiltshier: Industry 4.0 mixes physical, digital, and cyber-physical technologies.
Government moves to increase supply have begun to pay off.
Nine satellite antennas to go atop a hill just south of Whangārei.
Northland businesses are gearing up for a transtasman travel bubble to start on April 19.
Kiwifruit exports to Australia and Singapore increases out of Northport.
Northpower buys Crown Infrastructure Partners' last shares in subsidiary Northpower Fibre.
No decision on import terminal made at the refinery.
Carter Holt Harvey is unable to keep up with the demand for structural timber products.