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5:00am Failed developer Robin Schulz has settled tax debt but a finance group is now pursuing him.
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5:00am Holidaymakers are being warned not leave their vehicles in streets near the airport.
A much better job market in New Zealand because of the vast Canterbury rebuild and more Asians coming to study here has rocketed the migration boom close to the record peaks of a decade ago, and it could go even higher.
Thousands of vulnerable EQC and insurance customers are still waiting for a resolution.
Maintaining the cultural heartbeat of Christchurch is a key a part of our rebuild.
Nicky Hager's book Dirty Politics has transformed the election campaign.
The number of houses to be repaired by the Earthquake Commission has dropped because original numbers were estimates, it says.
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With his wife and young son in Dunedin, Canterbury wing Patrick Osborne is getting used to silences during his evening meals.
Chef Andrew Brown, of Burgers & Beers Inc and The George fame, is about to open The Dragon's Den Social Lounge in Colombo St.
Caleb Nott, of Kiwi music sensation Broods, is not sure he could deal with the same level of fame as compatriot Lorde.
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No-one wants a frugally iced cupcake, so try this amazing chocolate and orange recipe this rainy weekend.
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