The Ministry for Primary Industries is refuting claims that New Zealand's primary products are facing delays at the border in China.
A wild horse sale near Hamner Springs attracted of crowd of about 400. Audio, Gallery
Pipfruit growers in Hawke's Bay who feared their fruit being left to rot have welcomed the Government's declaration of a seasonal labour shortage. The move will… Video, Audio
The Red Sheds have reportedly gone green - but is that deep green or a light wash? Video, Audio
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A war of words has broken out between an Auckland business group and some of its members - who say they're being stonewalled and cut out of decision making. Audio
Pipfruit growers in Hawke's Bay who feared their fruit being left to rot have welcomed the Government's declaration of a seasonal labour shortage. The move will allow some visitor visa-holders to take… Video, Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. Video, Audio
Port Taranaki's net profit after tax for the first half of the 2018-2019 financial year has dropped a dramatic 35 percent to $4 million.
New Zealand's tourism numbers from China are up, but a New Zealand businessman in China believes they could halve if the two-countries' relationship doesn't improve. Audio
A New Zealand seafood exporter has struck problems in getting its produce into China, in what could be a sign of increasing tension.
When you're shopping for your Burberry, Gucci and Prada at US department store Barney's...you can now add cannibis products to your list. Audio
Here at Two Cents' Worth we love NPR's Planet Money and this episode which looks at New Zealand's impact on economies around the world is so good we had to share it with you. Audio
The government has declared a seasonal labour shortage in Hawke's Bay, which will allow tourists on visitor visas to get work in orchards and vineyards.
The Law Commission is launching a review of class action claims, which involve groups of claimants jointly taking cases against organisations.
Amazon has abruptly abandoned plans for a big new headquarters in New York that would have brought 25,000 jobs to the city.
For the latest from the markets we're joined by Ed Glennie of Hobson Wealth Partners. Audio
A lawyer is warning businesses about the increasing risk of customers joining forces to sue them. Audio
Manufacturing sector activity eased to its lowest level in four months in January raising questions about a slowing economy. Audio
The NZX's full year profit is down on flat revenue, following a major shake-up. Audio
New Zealand fish exports have struck trouble getting into China. Audio
A new pool complex in Methven will receive $7.5 million from the government's Provincial Growth Fund.
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