Business headlines with summaries.
Brexit - Global financial markets are erratic, with the pound hitting a 31-year low in its biggest fall on record. (AUDIO)
Brexit - New Zealand exporters are closely watching the next moves by the UK and the EU to ensure they can keep the same access to the two markets.
Exporters think this week's opening of an expanded Panama Canal will help keep costs low and New Zealand produce competitive.
New Zealand trade could be harmed if Britain leaves the EU, an agricultural economics professor says.
New Zealand's booming construction sector is showing signs of strain, with skills and materials shortages driving up costs, according to a new report.
A dispute resolution firm for the financial services sector says it has work to do to make sure people know it exists.
Meat processing company Silver Fern Farms is seeking a time extension for official approval of its controversial deal with a Chinese company.
Vital Healthcare Property Trust plans to raise about $160 million of new capital to help pay down debt after acquisitions.
Chicken processor Tegel's strong local sales and record export earnings have led it to turn in a better full-year profit than forecast in its first year as a listed company.
ECan has had a 'wake-up call', it says, after Forest and Bird accused it of failing to act against farmers who seriously breach their water rights.
Fancy spending $28 on a can of fresh air? Canterbury business Breathe Ezy has started exporting air from New Zealand's Southern Alps. (AUDIO)
Consumer confidence has slipped slightly, according to a quarterly survey - in contrast to a monthly survey released last week.
The country is facing a digitial explosion with demand, internet usage, mobile devices, and broadband speeds all set for double digit growth.
The Canterbury Regional Council has failed to act against farmers who have abused their water consents, Forest and Bird says. (AUDIO)
Thirteen weeds have been identified as priority targets for eradication in order to protect indigenous biodiversity.
Negotiators will wrap up the latest round of talks to create an Asian version of the Trans-Pacific Partnership in Auckland later today.
The government is spending another $600,000 to help rural mental health initiatives.
New Zealand's economy is resisting dairy sector strain, with a rise in consumer confidence, ANZ Bank says.
Cosmetics company Trilogy International is betting on a $25 million cash injection to give its growth plans a shot in the arm.
Horticulture has boosted export revenue over the past year, prompting the Ministry for Primary Industries to predict a 3 percent rise.