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The magic of geothermal heating

Pipes being laid in a 2m trench at the Grossmith home to supply the new home with heat from the earth.

Why let all that warmth in the ground go to waste?

Industrial sales at record levels

Industrial properties in Canterbury are fetching high prices as the sector continues to ride high on the back of the rebuild.

Lakeside station sold for $16.5m

'Bad' tenants let off the hook

The Rebuild

Quake house 'rotting away'

Bevan Craig believes the house is now a "write-off".

 Paul Gilbertson's home is in "serious trouble" after sitting untouched since the 2011 earthquakes.

New boss for Southern Response

Peter Jensen will take over from Peter Rose as chief executive of Southern Response.

Peter Jensen, boss of Spanbild Holdings Ltd, will start as chief executive in July.

Trams back on New Regent St

Christchurch's beloved trams began operating again on Monday afternoon, following the removal of New Regent St barriers.

All aboard. The last fence has gone and trams have returned to Christchurch's New Regent St.

Red-zoners: Buy-out offers 'unfair'

Brooklands resident Jan Burney says there was insufficient information and her buy-out offer was unfair, echoing the ...

Lack of information and unfair offers were the "major problems" of the Government's buy-out process, a red-zone stayer says.

No EQC targets for Fletcher until 2015

EQC chief executive Ian Simpson, left, and Graham Darlow, Fletcher Construction chief executive, during a press ...

Fletcher Construction not set performance targets for quake-damaged Canterbury home repairs for more than four years.

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