Australia has had no mass shootings since the 1996 massacre in Tasmania. Not one. New Zealand has much to learn from Australian gun laws, an expert says.
As New Zealand grapples with the aftermath of the Christchurch mosque shooting anger is growing over the 'gaps, omissions and errors' in our gun laws.
A report commissioned by Uber says Auckland wins Australasia's traffic congestion grand prix and needs to embrace point-to-point transport.
Researching ancestry is a spiritual matter for Maori and platforms like ancestry.com don't cut it. A startup believes the mysterious technology of blockchain holds the answer.
Refilleries such as GoodFor and Be Free Grocer say their time has come, with consumers from Ponsonby to Palmerston North seeking a zero-waste option.
The business partnership behind the controversial LGBTI Awards has gone nuclear with one director accusing the other of theft. It's the latest fracas over awards the Kiwi rainbow community doesn't want.
'Dependent contractors' say they are forced to fight numerous battles against corporates like the Australasian company owing to New Zealand's lack of regulation
"A mangy dog", "an assault on the Kiwi way of life" and "yesterday's cold porridge": Business groups and opposition politicians are less than flattering about the proposed new tax.
The Sallies are so fed up with mobile traders preying on poor areas and trapping people into crushing debt that they're firing back with a rival service.
From extracting hemp oil to African artificial insemination programmes, a Christchurch-developed super refrigerator is taking the business of freezing to new levels.
A team of researchers at Unitec believes it has come up with a biological way of breaking down asbestos and making soil safe again.
A property developer and a restaurateur have spent $10m purchasing a Queenstown mountain they plan to turn into a commercially viable eco-haven.
President Trump has been compared with Shakespeare's autocratic Richard III. New Zealanders watching their diminishing KiwiSaver balances should take note.
Drivers peeing into a bottle because they can't afford toilet stops and migrant workers sleeping in depots: The trucking industry is in a race to the bottom, a new study says.
The sons of pioneering immigrant vintner Nikola Nobilo are embroiled in legal action over the family inheritance, with one accusing the other of losing it all.
Business editor Maria Slade reflects on lessons learned from her truncated career in corporate PR and the enduring importance of journalism. Not so long ago I did a stint in the â€¦
Howls of indignation over state housing evictions based on spurious meth testing have masked the reality of New Zealand’s two-speed P standard.
Kiwis need to get over their cultural bashfulness and start faking it until they make it, businesses were told at Australasia's first 'Startup Grind'. Guy Kawasaki looks at me as if â€¦
Kids will spend hours playing video games anyway so you may as well hook them into an online adventure that teaches them something, an Attitude Awards nominee says. Tim Young says â€¦
Big businesses such as New Zealand's largest ever transport infrastructure project are tackling real sustainability issues instead of the greenwashing of the past.
Opposition to a new online homecare service could be a sign of things to come, as the ageing population pits workers’ employment rights against the right of older people to choose who cares for them.
Householders are losing out as 'unjustified' wholesale prices cause a wave of power company closures, a group of independent power retailers have told the Electricity Authority.