Frustration and dismay has greeted the latest success in retirement giant Summerset's bid to build a multi-storey village in a wealthy suburb of Lower Hutt.
Revamp of Wellington's heritage-listed Central Fire Station wins the praise of its newly returned firefighters.
More than eight per cent of the Wellington region's shop space is vacant.
3C, another bar operated by the owner of Molly Malone's, has closed.
An Environment Court ruling that blocked demolition of a Lambton Quay heritage building created a precedent.
A PIECE of Wairarapa's rail history has been put up for sale after being declared surplus to the Crown's requirements.
The Arise Church has applied for resource consent for a big new development beside State Highway 2 in Petone.
There was an explosive sound when a window pane fell from Wellington's most famous high-rise.
Newly sold site near Government House rumoured to be the site for a Chinese embassy compound.
Hastings' oldest building is finally coming down after sitting vacant for more than four years.
Another Petone industrial property seen as a potential big box retail development site changes hands.
A former building company managing director could face a bill of about $270,000 to go towards Wellington City Council's cost of settling a leaky home claim.
DNZ Property Fund has raised nearly $6 million from the sale of two Wellington properties.
Australian-owned Kmart is planning to open a large new shop in Hutt Rd, Petone.
WELLINGTON property investor and developer Eyal Aharoni has bought the sprawling Unilever property in Petone.
House building slows, even in Canterbury, but non-residential building work is close to record levels.
Westpac Stadium designer rates it his favourite building, but says a rethink is needed to lure crowds.
Green light for High St apartments and hotel
Council gives consent to ten-storey apartment and hotel development for central Lower Hutt.
One of Napier's newest buildings has leaked in the seven years since it was completed, and it still fails to meet Building Code requirements.
AGENTS selling two large blocks of prime development land at the northern edge of Waikanae are expecting keen interest because they believe the area will benefit from the Northern Corridor roading projects.
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