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A massive upgrade of electricity wires, poles and transformers across wide areas of the North Island could add $3 to $4 per month to average consumers' power bills.
The government is proposing to check up on space firm Rocket Lab after 100 launches to make sure it is not damaging the environment.
The government is sceptical of a plan for a fast passenger rail network linking Auckland, Waikato and the Bay of Plenty.
A profit collapse at Fletcher Building shows procurement in the construction sector needs to change, Infrastructure New Zealand says.
New figures show a slight improvement in the economic conditions for renters and first-time buyers.
The company's combined cycle gas-fired plant at Stratford in Taranaki will now keep generating electricity for five more years.
The oil and gas business has a strong future despite substantial divestment by the $35bn fund, the lead industry body says.
The New Zealand Superannuation Fund has sold shares in some of the world's biggest companies to reduce exposure to firms emitting greenhouse gases.
Four leading telecommunications companies have received warning letters from the Commerce Commission over misleading practices.
Smoking and savings from tobacco-related deaths are a boon for government coffers, according to a British think tank.
The Commerce Commission is defending itself against allegations that is going soft on electric lines companies.
The Commerce Commission is going soft on electric lines companies, according to the Major Electricity Users Group.
Hundreds of penguins are likely dying in fishing nets each year but almost none of it is being reported, a conservation group says. Audio
New Zealand is clawing its way back towards safety after an electricity supply scare earlier in the winter.
Far too many people are being hit with extra costs they did not know about when they signed contracts to buy goods, says Consumer New Zealand.
The government is defending its assumption of environmental liabilities from the sale of assets of the defunct state coal miner Solid Energy.
Wellington's quake-damaged seaport has signed a deal with the world's largest shipping line to improve its cargo service out of the capital.
Fertiliser company Ballance Agri-Nutrients could end up buying back a consignment of phosphate from political activists who are on the brink of gaining control of it in South Africa.
The defunct state-owned coal miner Solid Energy says the sale of its key assets has been approved by the Overseas Investment Office.
The cause of a dramatic helicopter accident, which wounded six Chinese tourists and left a pilot with a severe brain injury, cannot be determined, a report has concluded.
A dramatic incident in which 13 people had to jump from a plane before it crashed has been blamed on an unnoticed engine fault. Video
The aircraft look likely to be fitted with smaller versions of an airliner's black box in a boost for aviation safety.
New Zealanders are being told they will have to pay more money to compensate for environmental damage, though the timing is yet to be decided.
About 50 pilots and other aviation professionals have gone through a programme to steer them away from alcohol addiction in the past seven years.
A top executive and the mother of a New Zealand crash victim have publicly clashed over the helicopters' safety. Audio