Companies and investors want the NZX to simplify its listing rules. We speak to NZX's general counsel, Hamish Macdonald. Audio
Many families in small rural communities can't afford to buy sanitary items, like pads and tampons, so there's a campaign in Northland to encourage women to… Audio
Dairy farmers have had some relief overnight, as prices rose by nearly five percent in the latest Global Dairy Trade auction.
Safety at work starts from the first principle of caring for people, and not an exercise in compliance, says Worksafe chief Nicole Rosie. Audio
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Many families in small rural communities can't afford to buy sanitary items, like pads and tampons, so there's a campaign in Northland to encourage women to switch to reusable silicone menstrual cups.
On the streets of central Auckland, there was a mix of optimism and caution regarding business confidence. Audio
Business confidence is down because of uncertainty around the new government's policies. Audio
The industry has joined the likes of plumbers and electricians to offer a 3 year apprenticeship for people to learn the nuts and bolts of the trade while on the job. Audio
In this Outspoken, New Zealand is still some way behind other countries in gender and other diversity in business. Our business reporter Jonathan Mitchell asks why. Audio
Maxim Institute's Kieran Madden says the Government must stick to its rhetoric on bipartisanship as it addresses poverty in 2018. Audio
The New Zealand start up scene has only really been around for the last decade or so, and when a Kiwi idea is picked up overseas it's huge for the players and for the economy, says start-up guru Dave… Audio
The country's growing taste for the finer things in life has prompted Statistics New Zealand to adjust the basket of goods it uses to measure inflation.
A worker has been awarded $17,000 after she was unfairly sacked from her job at a Bay of Plenty grocery store.
A spate of online scams plaguing New Zealanders over the holiday period are catching out even the savviest of web users.
Building consents have hit a 13-year high, largely because of Auckland, new figures show.
Business reporter Jonathan Mitchell discusses about brent crude oil hitting $70US a barrel, plus profit-taking sending the local sharemarket lower Audio
Consumer New Zealand wants the Bankers Association to scrap its proposed changes for the banking codes for internet fraud. Audio
The Commerce Commission is warning the public to be wary about a beauty and fashion company's online sales method.
Data from the Motor Industry Association shows 159,871 vehicles were registered last year, up nine percent on 2016.
The Bankers Association is refusing to comment on why submissions on a draft banking code are being kept a secret.
Waste warrior Marty Hoffart says a 50 cent tax on disposable coffee cups in New Zealand will make people move to reusable cups. Audio
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