Glamorous new houses, clever rebuilds, a historic worker's cottage and a suburban church honoured at Canterbury architectural awards.
Drivers will lobby for "an equal playing field and safety for customers".
One of Christchurch City Council's biggest investments since the earthquakes is in ultra fast broadband.
A new Christchurch glass-fabricator is catching the city's rising demand for the city's shimmering new office blocks.
Christchurch City Council living wage workers wait their turn for pay increase behind big earners.
Timaru business owners have been reminded about opportunities being generated by the Christchurch rebuild.
The man who oversaw the payment of $1.2 billion in dividends to Christchurch ratepayers defends local government ownership of commercial assets.
Government signs off on contract for Christchurch's new $72m outpatient facility.
Judy McGregor is a former journalist, current AUT professor and long-time human rights advocate.
OPINION: Publishing is undergoing massive change, but there will always be a need for storytellers.
OPINION: Christchurch is harnessing the earthquake rebuild to become an energy efficient city.
OPINION: Developers need to drop the court proceedings over High St shops and stop playing silly.
Firm plans for Christchurch's new Convention Centre expected to stimulate construction in city's heart.
Christchurch City Council will buy seven Flockton properties that cannot be protected from flooding.
When former British special forces sergeant Geoff Bowers joined the police, he was given two choices: guns or dogs.
Eastern South Island gets extra $88,000 as region reels from impact of second year without significant rain.
The company is listing with a focus on growing in the Chinese market.
Archangel Wines had an ambitious, but simple goal when it was established in 2003 - to produce the best wine possible.
A $5 million multi-purpose sports centre with NZ's first 200-metre full circumference running track is about to roll off the blocks.
Neighbour goes into bat for $50m McKenzie and Willis development, calling "knee-jerk" court action bad for city.
OPINION: What's the bet that in a few months' time, the only people who care about Brexit are the Poms?
Work will start on Christchurch's new convention centre in October after the collapse of a Government-private sector deal.
Kiwis have been clicking, chewing, chucking and of course, writing with Bic pens for 60 years.
They tried to bring the celebrity chef's restaurant to NZ. Now they owe the landlord "hundreds of thousands".
Kiwis across the country expect house prices to climb, survey shows.
With the stroke of a pen, the number of people unemployed in New Zealand dropped by 12,000.
The company managing $1.5 billion of assets for the Christchurch City Council is about to undergo a double change in leadership.
Government told to act to regulate insurance advisers to protect consumers.
One adviser earned 10 free trips from insurers in four years. He's about to be visited by the Financial Markets Authority.
Moving from one life insurer to another brings five big risks, the Financial Markets Authority warns.