Why William the Conqueror is partly to blame for our housing problems

What does our housing market have to do with the 800-year-old British feudal land system?

How Preno is reimagining the future of hotel bookings

This week on Business is Boring, host Simon Pound speaks with Amelia Gain from hotel booking software company Preno.

Commercial Bay is offering its struggling businesses a rent holiday

How are the shops doing in Auckland's $1b retail precinct?

The calm before the storm: Preparing for the looming wave of financial hardship

With the end of the wage subsidy comes a surge in debt. Here's how industry experts are preparing to step in and help.

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Rip up the RMA and start again, says major working group review

What do the proposed changes to the resource management act involve?

Live updates, July 29: Hamilton absconders plead guilty; Peters, Collins slam isolation pay plan

The latest on New Zealand news, politics and the Covid-19 crisis, updated throughout the day.

Live updates, July 28: National internal polling leaked; teen candidate apologises for Hitler photo

The latest on New Zealand news, politics and the Covid-19 crisis, updated throughout the day.

Both the UK and the US have cancelled Huawei. Should NZ be next?

What's with all the geopolitical hostilities involving the giant Chinese tech company?

Live updates, July 27: $50m boost for international education; no new cases of Covid-19 in NZ

The latest on New Zealand news, politics and the Covid-19 crisis, updated throughout the day.

The tech legend who launched Windows 95 in NZ is now making digital humans

Business is Boring host Simon Pound talks to Greg Cross from AI company Soul Machines.

Tourism may have disappeared, but demand for NZ food is stronger than ever

How are massive economic shocks influencing the global appetite for New Zealand's food?

Banks more positive about house prices – but they could still fall 10%

The housing market may not be as grim as initially predicted, but who are the winners and losers?

How Air NZ’s new online credit tool works

Finally a way for many frustrated customers to use their credit for cancelled flights.

Live updates, July 19: Winston Peters attacks urge to tax – and ‘woke pixie dust’ – in speech to party

The latest on New Zealand news, politics and the Covid-19 crisis, updated throughout the day.

The NZ fashion label supporting Cambodia’s unravelling apparel industry

Some of the world's most vulnerable people are being supported by New Zealand's push to buy local.

Are NZ Uber drivers employees? The court is about to decide once and for all

It's been involved in multiple legal battles overseas. But just why was Uber in the New Zealand employment court this week?