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The courier and data management company has posted a modest lift in its first-half profit as it copes with higher labour costs and reduced mail volumes.
The Tax Working Group's final report suggests an expansion of the taxing of capital gains aimed at easing the burden from income and sales taxes. Here's what the recommendations could mean for you.
The Tax Working Group is recommending a capital gains tax covering holiday homes, land, most shares and business assets, including goodwill.
The Reserve Bank has held its cash rate unchanged as expected, but warned there are growing risks to the outlook which may mean rates on hold for longer or even cut.
A slide in business and consumer confidence, a slowing housing market, and the prospect of tougher regulation have done nothing to dent the profitability of the country's banks yet, a survey shows.
Business confidence has bounced back from a nine year low, but firms remain wary about higher costs and weaker profits.
The directors of the online trading and advertising site Trade Me are favouring being taken over by a British investment firm.
New Zealand wants to back a different type of aid project in the Pacific and wants no part of a bidding war with big powers for influence in the region.
New Zealand appears determined to steer a middle course in the growing competition for influence in the Pacific region between the world's two biggest economies and superpowers.
The Prime Minister has had a taste of sweet and sour in her final meetings at a regional leaders' summit in Singapore.
Official figures show a deficit of $1.56 billion for September, as a lower New Zealand dollar and higher oil prices have driven imports.
ACC is to refund about $100 million to businesses for overpayments of levies going back as far as 16 years.
The New Zealand dollar has fallen to its lowest point in more than two years against several currencies.
The Reserve Bank has held its cash rate unchanged, as expected, and reaffirmed it's likely to be on hold for the forseeable future.
A surge in imports and rise in oil prices have led to a record monthly trade deficit.
The economy has grown faster than expected, with GDP rising 1 percent in three months to the end of June and the annual rate picking up to 2.8 percent.
A rival to ridesharing company Uber has plans to launch in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch in the next few weeks.
Analysis - There's no point crying over spilt milk. Does that apply to the first loss in dairy giant Fonterra's 17 year history? Probably, writes Gyles Beckford.
The stock exchange is looking at an alliance with Wall Street's tech-laden Nasdaq to explore opportunities.
Investors are awaiting details on funds they are to receive after the High Court ordered 18 Forestlands companies be put into liquidation.
The protracted legal fight over patents between Fisher and Paykel Healthcare and its United States based rival, ResMed, has flared up again.
The telecommunications network operator is losing money as customers move away from the traditional copper-line connections.
A $94.3 million profit was made by the Port of Tauranga in the year to June.
Sky Television has reported a hefty full year loss after slashing the value of its business.
Specialty dairy company A2 Milk has posted a record profit on the back of surging demand for its infant formula.