Apr 04, 2018 - New car sales rose in March as demand for commercial vehicles underpinned a recovery from February's decline when several cargo ships were turned away at the border on biosecurity grounds
The legislation enabling a fuel tax in Auckland to help finance transport infrastructure improvements may go further – as far as right around the country. But Transport Minister Phil Twyford says that that can’t happen during the current term of government.
Mar 28, 2018 - Finance Minister Grant Robertson has been quick to rule out scrapping the government's Budget Responsibility Rules after the Council of Trade Unions said today they were too restrictive to allow necessary investment in public services and infrastructure.
Mar 28, 2018 - Singapore - Asia remains a growth favourite for businesses and investors even if tensions between the US and China escalate into a full-blown trade war, according to Singapore's Economic Development Board.
Mar 28, 2018 - Anchor cheese is back and this time there’s a guaranteed lactose free option. For years milk, butter and yoghurt have all been part of Fonterra’s Anchor range and now cheese is coming into the fold.
Mar 28, 2018 - Difficult ground conditions have slowed efforts to repair a significant washout on State Highway 1 in the Far North, but the NZ Transport Agency says it will have the road open before Easter.
Mar 28, 2018 - CERT NZ has today released its final figures for 2017, showing that New Zealanders reported more than $5.3 million lost to cyber security issues to CERT NZ, New Zealand’s dedicated cyber security unit.
Mar 28, 2018 - Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg will not answer questions from British lawmakers over a scandal in which the social media network let millions of users' data get into the hands of political consultancy Cambridge Analytica, The Telegraph newspaper and the BBC reported reports RadioNZ.
Mar 27, 2018 - New Zealand's government expects moving away from using fossil fuels will take several decades so the economy and affected industries have time to adjust, the Minister of Energy, Megan Woods, told the country's main annual oil and gas conference in Wellington