A milk processing plant ... and a space balloon project.
PLUS: How US giant Intuit fared in its September quarter, and its latest North America customer numbers.
Equity crowd-funding platform boss infuriated by NBR commentators, "had to walk away from the Twitter".
The company is hitting its straps in the run up to Christmas.
Students are paying AUT almost $3000 to work a nine-week, full-time internship with no pay.
Mega's NZX reverse-listing vehicle sees its first-half loss double.
David Linklater at the LA Auto Show.
YouTube music provider names NZ country manager.
Export log prices edged up in Nov although demand from China is likely to remain subdued until the 2Q of next year.
Trippy, day-glo colours will foil counterfeiters, RBNZ says.
InternetNZ is throwing another $100,000 into the pot to support Internet projects that will benefit the Canterbury region.
Engagements at SkyCity dominate the second and final day of the state visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping and Madame Peng Liyuan.
Voters are almost evenly split on the subject.
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