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It is already the costliest year on record, the Insurance Council says.
Solar panels, batteries and peer-to-peer trading are quickly changing what's on offer for customers.
The Commerce Commission is cracking down on utility companies using their own maintenance teams because it suspects the practice is pushing up power bills.
A more stringent meth-contamination testing regime will reduce unnecessary and expensive repairs to buildings, a Crown agency says.
KiwiRail has revealed the Kaikōura earthquake cost it $40 million in lost revenue in the year to the end of June.
The cause of a sinking street in Whitby is unknown at this stage, according to Porirua City Council.
The Tiwai Point aluminium smelter looks likely to stay open, according to the company most closely associated with its daily operations.
The New Zealand men's bridge team has fallen short of reaching the finals in one of the two premium world tournaments.
The New Zealand men's bridge team has reached the semi-finals of one of two premium bridge tournaments in the world.
The Bus and Coach Association has admitted it has no option but to push down wages if it wants to run services in metropolitan regions.
Global coal production fell last year by a bigger margin than in any year since records began in 1971, according to new OECD figures.
New Zealand's gyms have been told to shape up, after some of them were found to be signing up customers to unfair contracts.
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