Mothballed institution up for sale

The long-disused CIT site in Upper Hutt, now up for sale.

All eyes are on the buyer of Upper Hutt's CIT site.

Chefs get creative to cook meals

Shed 5, Wellington Waterfront.

A gas fault, two nights in a row, left hundreds of diners in Queens Wharf restaurants hungry and cold as they waited for it to be fixed.

Vernon Small: Surplus obsession so last election

Finance Minister Bill English and Prime Minister John Key should acknowledge that a marginal surplus or deficit is just so last election.

OPINION: Stark warning from Reserve Bank needs significant action from Government on May 21.

Parents say no spy app

There is concern that parents could monitor their children with out the children's knowledge.

Safety and privacy watchdogs are concerned a new app being sold to keep teenagers safe could be used to spy on them.

Airport returns at 'acceptable' levels

Wellington Airport has set its prices targeting a return of 8.4 per cent, which is just within the upper limit of an acceptable range of 7.4 per cent to 8.4 per cent, the Commerce Commission says.

Reduction in landing fees brings it back from chasing 'excessive profits', says watchdog.

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Residential Property

St George's needs love and cash

Reverend Tim McKenzie outside the historic St George's vicarage.

An earthquake-prone heritage vicarage in Miramar could fetch up to $1m, but needs some work.

Vicarage could fetch $1m

Another valuable old church property in the Wellington suburb of Seatoun is up for sale.

Wellington immune to price frenzy

Housing market takes a breather

Commercial Property

Mothballed institution up for sale

The long-disused CIT site in Upper Hutt, now up for sale.

All eyes are on the buyer of Upper Hutt's CIT site.

Former post office fails to sell

The old post office in Palmerston North's The Square was passed in at its mortgagee auction for $3.5 million.

Property investors have backed the Wellington airport's runway extension as vital for the city's growth.

Property Council backs runway extension

Property Council says Wellington Airport runway extension is necessary for city's growth.

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