New Zealand shares fell as investors looked to crystallise some of their recent gains. MightyRiverPower and Genesis Energy declined, while A2 Milk Co surged on news of a possible takeover.
Craig open to leading Conservative Party again if he enjoys "broad grassroots support"; confirms $56,000 in payments to Rachel MacGregor.
Nick Grant talks about the Colin Craig saga on NBR Radio and on demand on MyNBR Radio.
The New Zealand dollar edged up in local trading, following the euro higher ahead of the next emergency meeting between Greece and its European creditors, who are trying to prevent the Mediterranean nation from defaulting on a month-end debt payment.
Blue chip corporates Deloitte and IAG New Zealand have signed up as anchor tenants in a new 14-storey Wellington office building going up on the old BP House site on Customhouse Quay.
Further evidence the government’s central Christchurch rebuild blueprint is in tatters has come with more doubt cast on anchor projects.
Chris Hutching talks about the Christchurch Rebuild on NBR Radio and on demand on MyNBR Radio.
Companies are afraid to speak out about cyber-attacks for fear it looks incompetent, says Institute of Directors.
Dunedin-based clean tech start-up Powerhouse Wind has reached its minimum crowdfunding goal with three days left to go.
Air New Zealand said it wasn't expecting any job losses as a result of the sale of its Safe Air engineering subsidiary to European aerospace giant Airbus Group.
Court hears of Shane McKillen's creditor offer, and a possible Official Assignee investigation and bankrupcy.
Changes follow switch to new management under NZX deal with S&P.