New Zealand opened its first tender for platinum mining licenses as it seeks to diversify its commodity exports.
New Zealand’s economy expanded more than forecast in the second quarter from a year earlier as increased construction activity offset the drag from the worst drought in 30 years, sending the nation’s currency higher.
New Zealand’s central bank said interest rate increases “will likely be required next year” as the economy strengthens and inflation picks up. The kiwi rose.
New Zealand’s government will pay for a plan to re-enter the Pike River coal mine, where an explosion almost three years ago killed 29 workers in the nation’s worst mining accident in 96 years.
A magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck central New Zealand today, shaking the capital city Wellington and sending the nation’s currency down almost half a U.S. cent.
When it comes to buying a house, New Zealander Ginny Braun is finding that her home town of Auckland is rapidly catching up to New York City.
New Zealand will offer shares in Meridian Energy Ltd., its largest power company, as installment receipts, allowing investors until 2015 to pay in full.
New Zealand said it detected another case of tainted milk protein being exported to China, just weeks after a botulism scare endangered trade ties with its biggest dairy customer.
New Zealand predicted tourist spending will increase 13 percent in the five years through 2018, buoyed by arrivals from China.
More than 170 years after New Zealand was settled by Europeans, the nation’s two largest islands are set to be officially named.