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Residential Property

Big changes to quake building rules

The scene on Colombo St in Christchurch after buildings collapsed on to two buses during the February 2011 earthquake. Ann Brower was the sole survivor in one bus.

Government halves timeframe to make the most earthquake-prone buildings safer.

More houses on the way

Surging building consent numbers should please home buyers and the Reserve Bank.

Curtis St redevelopment win

Good news for renters

commercial property

How to grow a super-city

The public needs to know what might happen when Auckland population hits 2 million in 2031, says John Daley.

The economy will be hurt if a super-city grows badly, says an Australian expert.

Masonry changes right, says Property Council

Fallen masonry from a broken cross lies next to St. Mary's Anglican Church in Timaru.

Landlord group gives qualified support to law change on unreinforced masonry.

Big changes to quake building rules

The scene on Colombo St in Christchurch after buildings collapsed on to two buses during the February 2011 earthquake. Ann Brower was the sole survivor in one bus.

Government halves timeframe to make the most earthquake-prone buildings safer.

Rustic woolshed gets sophisticated makeover

Bendemeer Woolshed near Queenstown, which is being offered for sale as a potential commercial venue.

People could one day be dining in this woolshed.

High hopes site will add verve to town

Locals hope the sale of a bare section on Featherston's main road will improve the town.

Vacant lot in Featherston's main street finally hits the market.

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