Labour wants commuter rail

An ADK  diesel multiple unit (DMU) train, Auckland, New Zealand, Tuesday, September 15, 2009.  Credit: NZPA / David Rowland.

Labour pledges $100m for Christchurch's public transport, including commuter rail between Rolleston and the city.

'Significant issues' with justice precinct

A Ministry of Justice sopkeswoman says Christchurch's justice and emergency services precinct should be finished by July 14.

Treasury report indicates "significant issues" with Christchurch's justice and emergency services precinct development.

Mayor 'blindsided' by synod decision

The Christ Church Cathedral has been sitting derelict in the city centre for over six years. It is open to the elements ...

Mayor said the decision "blindsided'' her and called for restoration of the cathedral.

Playground, pools by Christmas

The planned New Brighton playground.

New Brighton's new seaside playground and children's pools should be ready for childhood frolics by Christmas. 

'City Care has been saved' - KOA

City Care staff helped out when during the fires that broke out on the Port Hills recently.

A majority of Christchurch City Councillors have voted to put its infrastructure maintenance company back on a strategic list.

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Steel & Tube in consolidation mode

Steel & Tube's new Fryatt St building spans about the same area as the Forsyth Barr Stadium's rugby pitch.

Consolidation's the word for Steel & Tube in Dunedin and Christchurch.

Infrastructure problems in spotlight

A housing crisis, desperate need for visitor accommodation and traffic congestion have become clear in Queenstown.

Home sellers hold back

Man to build replica of quake-ruined home

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Labour wants commuter rail

Labour has pledged a commuter-rail service between Rolleston to Addington, should it win September's election.

Labour pledges $100m for Christchurch's public transport, including commuter rail between Rolleston and the city.

'Significant issues' with justice precinct

A Ministry of Justice sopkeswoman says Christchurch's justice and emergency services precinct should be finished by July 14.

Treasury report indicates "significant issues" with Christchurch's justice and emergency services precinct development.

Mayor 'blindsided' by synod decision

The Christ Church Cathedral has been sitting derelict in the city centre for over six years. It is open to the elements ...

Mayor said the decision "blindsided'' her and called for restoration of the cathedral.

Playground, pools by Christmas

The planned New Brighton playground.

New Brighton's new seaside playground and children's pools should be ready for childhood frolics by Christmas. 

1 in 4 Christchurch offices empty

Office spaces in one of the latest proposed developments, The Edge, will be auctioned off-the-plans by Harcourts.

Vacant central city sections may remain eyesores for years as the main post-quake development ends.

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