The Volkswagen Group has unveiled measures in its bid to save more than five billion euros – or about NZ$7.15b.
Heartland has delivered a strong first-half performance with core asset growth driving a net profit after tax of $23.5 million.
The government has unveiled regulations aimed at giving consumers all of the information they need to make informed credit decisions.
Nikki Kaye has welcomed the $4 million investment in motorbike initiatives advised by the Motorcycle Safety Advisory Council.
The Employment Relations Authority has ordered Ports of Auckland Ltd to reinstate an employee and compensate him for lost wages.
The Bloodhound SSC hopes to break the land-speed record by shooting through the desert at more than 1,609kph.
Police have asked the BBC for its report on the Jeremy Clarkson incident that happened at a hotel.
DEKRA has announced the results of its 2015 used car report, which evaluates vehicle faults using data from more than 15 million inspections conducted over two years.
An event is being held to discuss the future of end-of-life tyres in New Zealand.
The Mini Superleggera roadster has reportedly been given the green light for production.
The new Ford Ranger has been unveiled and is set to go on sale here later this year.
The Kia Sportage has been ranked number one in the small-vehicle category of the 2015 JD Power vehicle dependability study.
An ad for Volvo showing a car being driven on the right side of the road has been called irresponsible.
The Ministry of Transport is taking into account a broad spectrum of issues when considering the safety of the fleet and what car dealers need to know about changes to the FTA.
A new concept from Jeep features a metallic paint job.
Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Paul Goldsmith has released the responsible lending code, which must be followed by all finance providers from June 6 this year.