Upham family celebration

World War 11 war hero Charles Upham was the only soldier to receive two Victoria Cross medals for bravery, "utter ...

Ryman's latest retirement village openings bring the number of residents under its care to more than 10,000.

Tank farm less risk than car crash

A risk analysis of the tank farm at Lyttelton may pave the way for a cruise ship berth.

A study into Lyttelton's chemical storage tanks is relaxed about risk - opening up possibilities for a cruse ship berth.

Airport future proofing

Shaun Gilbertson is concerned Wanaka Airport recreational airport users could be pushed out.

Reservations expressed about Wanaka Airport's future development costs and who gets to foot the bill.

Concert liquor licence approved

The Gibbston Valley concert in 2015.

Good news for those wanting to have a quiet beer at this summer's Gibbston Valley Summer concert.

Swipe payments for freedom campers

The KiwiCamp ablution block ensures councils get payback from freedom campers.

A truck stop owner has designed an ablution block with a payment app for freedom campers.

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Your Property

Poll shows public don't expect crash

More than half the survey picked house prices to continue rising for the next few months.

Housing bubble? What housing bubble? Public concern low, says poll.

Rock pubs ch-ch-changing

They nurtured our most beloved bands - now they're office blocks and restaurants.

Bidding in NZ's hottest housing market video

Longer tenancies not a surprise: campaigner

The Rebuild

Big step forward for mansion gallery plan

An artist's impression of the mansion restored as an art gallery.

Public support and a Christchurch City Council grant have saved McLean's Mansion, says the man behind plans to open it as an art gallery.

Gloucester St bridge to reopen

The historically significant Gloucester St Bridge is due to reopen to vehicles before Christmas.

It will be the last Christchurch bridge repaired from the 2011 quakes.

Carlton Courts to reopen with new businesses

The corner of Bealey Ave and Papanui Rd in Christchurch will again be a hospitality hub with the reopening of Carlton Courts.

The Carlton Courts building on one of Christchurch's busiest corners has been repaired and will become a food and drink hub again.

The politics of the glass box rebuild

"To rebuild a broken city in glass might seem like giving the rolling ground a middle finger, but glass is a practical ...

OPINION: To rebuild a broken city in glass might seem like giving the rolling ground a middle finger, but glass is hard, durable and lets in light.

Road blocks hamper trade video

Laneway Espresso on Durham St is one of the affected businesses.

Road cones, fences and closed exits greet those brave enough to drive central Christchurch.

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