It's the biggest shake-up of wills, trusts and inheritance since 1955 and may cause some controversy.
A man was left speechless after realising the ticket he bought with his co-worker was a winner.
It's being bandied around to sell a number of products.
It's an increase of $49 million on last year's figure.
But the country's biggest bank sees challenges ahead amid rising inflation and interest rates.
Covid-19 disruptions and rising prices and interest rates are taking a toll on consumers.
Higher interest rates, lower sales volumes, and flatter house prices were forecast for the rest of the year.
One expert said the biggest risk with NFTs was that their price was driven by sentiment rather than economic factors.
The bank has been fined $113 million in total over a series of compliance failures.
Financial advisor Anthony Sage shares his advice for those with or thinking about taking out a mortgage following the recent rate increase.
The organisation's latest bank satisfaction survey is out and Westpac and ANZ - with a combined 49.2% market share - did not score too highly.
Accidentally getting one digit wrong can lead to some big problems down the line.
Research released today by anti-poverty campaigners found some families will still face shortfalls of up to $300 a week.
There are increasing reports of identity theft - so it's important to check you've not been targeted.
Beau Dobson had his credit score wrecked after someone racked up bills in his name.
Christians Against Poverty says it has seen the number of people presenting with BNPL loans triple year-on-year since 2019.
Both Foodstuffs and Countdown don't expect grocery prices to be brought down by the Govt's move to slash the price per litre by 25 cents earlier this week.
Nellie’s been left out of pocket and without a finished fence for some time.
The Manukau Urban Māori Authority says moves such as slashing petrol costs are just applying "band aids to a festering sore".
No joke – some low-user tariff plans will start disappearing from April 1.