Let’s challenge our views of breasts
A lawyer who last year publicly revealed her sexual assault is now taking on the art world, one breast at a time.
Botanists in their brothers’ shorts
Two trailblazing women explored some of New Zealand’s most remote places in the name of botanical knowledge.
First Gas in court over Papamoa pipeline purchase
The Commerce Commission is prosecuting pipeline operator First Gas for anti-competitive behaviour in its purchase of new pipelines in the Bay of Plenty.
World Bank sees “darkening skies” in 2019
The World Bank is predicting global growth will slow, with tightening financing conditions, moderating industrial production and intensifying trade tensions.
Jailhouse lawyer’s 20th shot at parole
Arthur Taylor has secured an early hearing as the Parole Board’s attitude appears to be changing.
Housing crisis reaches Dunedin
You only have to look along Dunedin’s main street to see the effect of exploding rents and housing costs.
How to lick brand loyalty
Selling shares to customers can make a difference to long-term customer loyalty, Peter Thomson writes.
Fletchers gets bids on vexed Three Kings site
Fletcher Building has confirmed it is receiving “solicited and unsolicited” bids for its Three Kings housing development, with a rumoured $150 million price tag.