Every mobile phone creates a map of where you go that is captured as data.
A FENZ spokesperson said the alarm was set off by smoke from a commercial oven.
Aquifer 182 Holding Company Ltd plans to bottle or make ice from the groundwater and sell it, including to India and North America.
It says people's power bills could go up if the transition to renewable energy is not carefully managed.
For markets to turn higher, analysts say investors will need to see a break from the high inflation that’s swept the world.
Major red meat exporters Beef + Lamb NZ, Alliance and Silver Fern Farms are piloting beef and lamb vending machines in Shanghai.
Budgeting expert David Verry says shoppers should be wary of the upfront cost, food wastage and storage concerns.
Monopoly-buster and 2Degrees founder Tex Edwards says the new player is unlikely to impact Aotearoa's overall retail landscape.
The change also means the Warriors NRL side will have a new name.
Coffins, giant donuts, car tyres and fresh flowers - you name it, and Costco probably sells it.
An investigation found some agencies are collecting unnecessary, and potentially illegal information, from prospective tenants.
The retailer opened its doors earlier than planned with hundreds of people lined up outside early this morning.
Coffins, handbags and pianos are among the multitude of things on offer.
Overspending and a falling financial literacy rate has the Financial Services Council worried.
The project, proposed in 2016, would have meant processes at the Fergusson Container Terminal would be automated, but it was cancelled after failing to meet expectations.
The ANZ remained the biggest bank with more than $193b in assets, with BNZ second, followed by ASB and Westpac.
It comes as the airline's looking to come back from pandemic losses.
Works by some of Aotearoa's biggest artists are up for grabs this weekend when the BNZ auctions off 350 pieces.
ANZ economists are picking an extra three rises of 25 basis points in the official cash rate (OCR) at the February, April, and May monetary reviews to a peak of 4.75%.
Data by Seek NZ from May to July shows salaries are up across all sectors, with most roles getting double-digit percentage boosts.