Overloaded ships break up at sea

From July, ships will not be able to accept export containers that have not had their total weight verified.

NZ ports join a worldwide crackdown on dangerously overloaded container ships after some broke up at sea.

Accountants' groups join forces

CAANZ president Darren Scammell said it made good business sense to work together with the largest global professional ...

Partnership will help both groups increase their reach and offer value for members.

Rebuilding stone by stone

The Church of the Holy Innocents at Peel Forest was damaged in the September 2010 earthquake.

 A third generation stonemason from Northern Ireland visits Mount Peel to strengthen the Church of the Holy Innocents.

'Very special' bridge repaired

Christchurch Deputy Mayor Vicki Buck and David Hay look at a photo of David's twin brother, the late Sir Hamish Hay, as ...

Family of Christchurch's longest-serving mayor honour his memory as repairs to historic bridge are completed.

Campground with 'glamping' potential for sale

The camp has budget housing potential, Bayley's agent Mike Peterson says.

A traditional coastal camping ground with development potential to become a multi-faceted accommodation venue, is for sale.

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New homes proposed near Arrowtown

Waterfall Park, near Arrowtown, is the site of the latest Expression of Interest to create a Special Housing Area in the ...

A new proposal to develop 140 residential sections at Waterfall Park near Arrowtown is being considered by the Queenstown Lakes District Council.

Honesty system for new RVs

The Christchurch City Council will use an honesty system to help set new rating valuations for more than 160,000 properties.

Town that can't find a buyer

Founding tenant moves on

The Rebuild

Rebuilding stone by stone

The Church of the Holy Innocents at Peel Forest was damaged in the September 2010 earthquake.

 A third generation stonemason from Northern Ireland visits Mount Peel to strengthen the Church of the Holy Innocents.

'Very special' bridge repaired

Christchurch Deputy Mayor Vicki Buck and David Hay look at a photo of David's twin brother, the late Sir Hamish Hay, as ...

Family of Christchurch's longest-serving mayor honour his memory as repairs to historic bridge are completed.

Legal action out of the blue

Plans for the McKenzie and Willis site were revealed in December 2014.

The man behind $50m McKenzie and Willis redevelopment questions the timing of legal action from Christchurch's "big players".

Damaged recreation centre reopens video

Dave Langrell, Canterbury basketballer.

Christchurch's Wharenui Recreation Centre Stadium will reopen on Friday after repairs.

Public scrutiny fairest approach

Plans for the McKenzie and Willis site were revealed in December 2014.

Should the public have a say in major city developments, if they are at odds with the rules?

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