Mum's lunch enterprise has NZ mission

Renee Ailao, centre, of the children's lunch-making business Kids' Food, showed Local Government Minister Paul Bennett and Hutt list MP Chris Bishop around her Wainuiomata operation last week.

Renee Ailao makes school lunches for 300 kids a day.  She'd like to be doing it for 10,000.

Accountancy partnership for growth

A Wellington accounting company riding on the coat-tails of Xero, has set their sights on further expansion.

Curtis St redevelopment win

Karori homeowner Wayne Newman and other members of the Creswick Valley Residents Association have been fighting council re-zoning plans of the Curtis St site for years.

The controversial re-zoning of land on Curtis St and earthworks are set to go ahead, after the case was heard by the Environment Court.

Creativity fills banana void

Spotted at Countdown Newtown in Wellington: Banana bread posing as bananas.

With no bananas to fill the shelves, one Wellington supermarket got creative.

Sponsorship key to Canes growth

Hurricanes chief executive Avan Lee.

As a number of Hurricanes prepare for World Cup duty, the Wellington franchise is on the hunt for a sponsor.

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Residential Property

Curtis St redevelopment win

Karori homeowner Wayne Newman and other members of the Creswick Valley Residents Association have been fighting council re-zoning plans of the Curtis St site for years.

The controversial re-zoning of land on Curtis St and earthworks are set to go ahead, after the case was heard by the Environment Court.

Good news for renters

Welcome news for tenants as rent rises slow down.

Insurance policy offered for home buying pitfalls

Seatoun home crowned Wellington's best gallery

commercial property

Goodman sells clutch of Chch sites

The DHL building, one of several up for sale in the Goodman-owned Glassworks industrial park in Hornby

Goodman Property Trust is selling five "blue chip" properties in Christchurch so it can reinvest elsewhere.

InternetNZ on the move

80 Willis St, part of the Singaporean-owned Grand Central complex.

Internet body moves to get its subsidiaries on same floor.

Deka meets the wrecking ball video

An artist's impression of the old Deka site on the corner of Cuba and Dixon redeveloped by Willis Bond & Co. into a art and technology hub for Whitireia and WelTech campus students.

A retro landmark of Wellington's retail scene has met the wrecking ball.

PM launches post site revamp

Prime Minister John Key presses the ominous big red button, with Acting Hutt Mayor David Bassett looking on.

A retail and office development on a prime Petone site will involve hundreds of jobs.

Marketwatch

5 Disraeli St in Johnsonville, which sold recently at auction for $595,000

Property news from around the country.

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