The initiative at Pak’nSave, New World and Four Square will last for another three months.
Musk pulled out of the historic deal citing Twitter had lied about the number of "spam-bots" on the platform.
Nisa is a clothing company that has a mission of offering refugee and migrant women a chance at financial independence.
It comes as the airline reduces seats by around 1.5% as sickness hits staffing levels.
It came despite home lending growing 6%, compared to 12% the year prior.
Customers were charged for an unnecessary wire maintenance service over six years.
Kylee Davis discovered when arriving for her Air NZ flight she’d been bumped for passengers from a cancelled flight.
The work, which is paid per item, equates to $2-4 per hour, one Auckland dad says.
Problems with the scheme leave most Kiwi users still reliant on the black market, according to the New Zealand Drug Foundation.
The Commerce Commission looked into building supplies amid soaring prices and inflation.
Hannah Blumhardt said online community groups were full of people exchanging ideas about how to avoid supermarkets, from crop swaps to bulk refill stores.
The global price of oil has dropped significantly this week, which should see prices at the pump fall in the coming weeks.
Wage inflation, measured by the labour cost index, was 3.4 per cent in the year ended June 2022.
The fallout from a failed shipment of 12,300 cattle earlier this year has left 40 farmers collectively owed $1 million, while the exporter tries to find a solution.
NZ needs to ask itself – do we want to keep relying on low wages and poor conditions - or compete on higher pay and bright lights?
The Brightwater plant currently processes around 0.25% of Fonterra's overall milk supply into milk powder.
But a union representative says the industry-created HospoCred is just a “bottom line accreditation scheme”.
Hon Sang Cheuk failed to install scaffolding, or check the worker was using a harness.
The decline was spurred by increased competition and a drop in ad spending.
Senior economics lecturer Robert Kirkby has dissected conflicting claims about the drivers of inflation and the solutions.