Full scale of damage to Air NZ becoming clear

National carrier Air New Zealand has been shattered by Covid-19, and it will likely be years before it recovers. Alex Braae reports on a sobering letter from the CEO. What's the …

Covid-19 live updates, March 31: Easter trading hours announced; some community newspapers allowed to publish

The latest on the Covid-19 crisis in New Zealand and around the world, updated throughout the day.

Broadband and data usage surges as New Zealanders reach out

Whether to connect with friends and colleagues, catch up on news, or stave off the boredom with bingeable TV, we've all been on our devices a lot more than normal.

Covid-19 scams: Here’s what you need to look out for

Keep your eyes peeled… there are Covid-19 tricksters about.

Business Archive

Government rules that magazines and community papers aren’t an essential service

Just a tiny handful of print publications will continue through the lockdown, with only daily newspapers specifically identified as being able to continue. Duncan Greive spoke to publishers of magazines …

What you’re entitled to under the Covid-19 wage subsidy scheme

Whether you're full time or part time, here's what you're entitled to under the Covid-19 wage subsidy.

How Nanogirl built a lockdown-ready online learning platform in three days

This week on Business is Boring, host Simon Pound talks to Dr Michelle Dickinson (Nanogirl) about her new online learning platform, Nanogirl's Lab.

Covid-19 live updates, March 27: PPE thefts reported from hospitals; prisoner refusing to be tested

The latest news from day two of lockdown-era New Zealand, updated through the day.

Covid-19 live updates, March 26: Without lockdown, 89% of NZ could be infected

The latest news as New Zealand begins its first day in lockdown, updated through the day.

Help is here: A new Kiwi skill-sharing app to connect people during isolation

Whether you're working from home or trying to teach your out-of-school children some maths, Voluntarily.nz could be the perfect solution to isolation madness.

‘You can’t really control it’: Economists on how the shutdown will change NZ

Our economy faces one of the most uncertain periods in its history. We ask two leading economists to help us find meaning in the madness.

Businesses strap in: ‘You may have to make really tough decisions early on’

How can larger businesses beyond the reach of the government's aid package ride out the hard times that lie ahead?

How to make technology work for you when you’re working from home

Working from home isn’t feasible for everyone, but most offices should be able to handle it without too much disruption.

Complex challenge for waste management amid Covid-19 downturn

We're likely to see a big decrease in the amount of waste produced in New Zealand in the coming months.

A world-leading business coach on what to do in the face of Covid-19

This week on Business is Boring, host Simon Pound talks to business coach Zac De Silva from Business Changing and Nurture Change.