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NZX-listed Cavalier has gone back to making wholly woollen carpets.
Pharma company is closing sites in South Auckland that have operated since the 1990s.
A selection of ready-to-eat salads are being recalled as they might contain listeria.
Turmoil in oil markets a reminder there are no certainties on path to economic recovery.
Earthworks costing $12m are well under way as publicly funded appeals go in.
Kiwi John Webster has a business making Japanese-style charred wood cladding in Rotorua.
The NZ Defence Force has been with the same provider for more than two decades.
Green push towards net zero emissions could create millions of tonnes of hazardous junk.
Kiwi jewellery maker talks about her invitations to New York and Paris Fashion Weeks.
Since 2019, more than 10,000 tonnes of NZ's plastic has gone to Malaysia alone.
NanoLayr says each of its products could become $100m businesses in five years.
'We're very much fighting fit. We're in good shape.' - Taylor on heroic turnaround.
Commissioners sharply rebuke two authorities who opposed Sleepyhead Estate.
Hamish Donkers explains how his friend's trip overseas inspired his e-commerce business.
Former nurse says raise will enable her firm to grow its distribution.
Skyrocketing costs, shortages and delays: here's how to beat the building blues.
They were the old boys' clubs of New Zealand engineering. Women run them now.
Firms say domestic demand is holding steady but supply shortages are causing big problems.
Financial Times: AstraZeneca to move production out of Baltimore facility after mix-up.
After both a shortage and glut of chocolate eggs last year, Easter trade is looking good.
Dissolvable strips eliminate need for environmentally-damaging bottles and powders.
Nestle plans to close its Wiri site and move lolly production to Victoria, Australia.
Engineer Zoe Reece plans to export medicinal cannabis from North Waikato.
Start-up partnered with firm to create an alternative from vegetable oil, natural rubber.