Dave Henderson's business career is under scrutiny in an inquisition in the High Court in Christchurch.

Gifts fund Henderson credit card

10:41 PM  Dave Henderson says $91k in payments were loans or gifts, not income.

Waimate rallies video

Waimate Mayor Craig Rowley has opened an account to support the family left devastated by fire on Wednesday morning.

Waimate is rallying to support three sisters whose parents and brother were killed in a horrific fire.

Anglicans cleared over breach

Christchurch Anglican Diocese avoids punishment for using insurance funds.

English takes ride on new chair lift

Porters Ski Area has opened its new chair lift

House fire 'suspicious'

A fire that damaged a Christchurch house is being treated as suspicious.

Alleged brothel keeper denies rental

A woman being prosecuted over allegedly running an illegal brothel says she didn't rent the property.

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Gifts fund Henderson credit card

Dave Henderson's business career is under scrutiny in an inquisition in the High Court in Christchurch.

10:41 PM  Christchurch bankrupt Dave Henderson says $91,000 in payments were loans or gifts, not income.

Anglicans cleared over cathedral funding breach

Christchurch Anglican Diocese avoids punishment for using insurance funds to help build transitional cathedral.

Family rally around fire survivors video

Bill English takes easy ride on new chair lift

The Rebuild

Top cop gets Cera job video

Former Canterbury district police commander Dave Cliff at Cera's offices in Christchurch, where he has been seconded to lead the authority's final phase.

A "well-respected" top cop has been seconded to lead Cera's final phase.

Extra funds for sports facility

The Government is pledging additional money to Christchurch's metro sports facility.

Westpac Banks research suggests Canterbury will lose thousands of construction jobs in the next few years.

Construction jobs expected to nosedive

About 14,000 Canterbury construction jobs could disappear in the next few years, Westpac warns.

Opinion

People building better cities

Dr Anna Rubbo, Center for Sustainable Urban Development at Columbia University, New York, and founder of Global Studio, at the People Building Better Cities exhibition in Christchurch.

OPINION: The People Building Better Cities exhibition and explores how better design improves neighbourhoods.

Fashion faux pas no joke

OPINION: Working out what to wear is no laughing matter.

Businessman Antony Gough at the Terrace in central Christchurch where construction has resumed after a 15-month delay.

The Terrace, Gough's progress should be celebrated

OPINION: Editorial: The sound of construction in the pre-dawn hours last Monday was at last the sound of progress in Christchurch's barren CBD.

business

Calls made to suspend Fonterra's GDT

Waikato Federated Farmers president Chris Lewis says a discussion needs to be had over whether the GDT should be temporarily suspended in the wake of falling dairy prices.

Another fall on Fonterra's GlobalDairyTrade prompts call to temporarily suspend the auction process.

Top cop gets Cera job video

A "well-respected" top cop has been seconded to lead Cera's final phase.

Deputy Prime Minister Bill English officially opened the quad chair lift at the Porters Ski Area in Canterbury on Wednesday. He was joined on the uphill journey by Uli Dinsenbacher, general manager of Porters Ski Area, left, operations manager Luke Armstrong and director Simon Harvey.

Bill English takes easy ride on new chair lift

Porters Ski Area has opened its new chair lift

sport

Grand National relief for Rathbone

Runners in the Grand National Hurdle clear one of the jumps at Riccarton on Wednesday.

One of country's finest ever jumps jockeys finally gets hands on prized trophy at Riccarton carnival.

Cuneen hopes for Harry Hill

Jumps rookie Racha Cuneen will have his first ride in a Grand National with Harry Hill on Wednesday.

Tall Ferns youngster Kalani Purcell contributed seven points, 10 rebounds and five assists against Japan.

Japan too classy for Tall Ferns

Poor shooting plagues the hosts in the opening game of their three-test series in Christchurch

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First birthday for Stranges Lane

Stranges Lane has been open a year and it's celebrating.

Free burgers for a year are up for grabs as Stranges Lane celebrates its first birthday this week.

Hooked on simple pleasures

Sakura's tofu steaks and mushroom sauce dish.

REVIEW: Sakura wasn't easy to find but afterwards I'm full yet still feel as light as a feather.

What you were wearing

See what Katie Brown was wearing in Christchurch.

What you were wearing in Christchurch.

Businesses take up running challenge

Tradestaff managing director Kevin Eder will wear a blue tutu in this year's Summer Starter.

A Christchurch businessman will don a tutu and his running shoes for The Press Summer Starter.

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