Fruit exporter Scales is taking a long term view on the South Island's freight tangle.
More than 100 volunteers pitch in to get abandoned tourists' vehicles out of quake-hit town.
Central Otago's Wooing Tree Vineyard plans to develop a boutique residential and commercial space at its wine business in Cromwell.
Opposers say the combination of adverse effects from a proposed commercial lodge is unacceptable.
The Carlton Courts building on one of Christchurch's busiest corners has been repaired and will become a food and drink hub again.
After six months of renovations, the Golden Gate Lodge has reinvented itself.
They nurtured our most beloved bands - now they're office blocks and restaurants.
Commission acting on allegations Chinese-made panels were sold as German-designed equivalents of a higher quality
Insurance broker AON wants to work out how Lyttelton Port arrived at the figures behind its damages claim.
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.
Kiwi inventor Simon Dyer has signed exclusive rights to electricity-generating solar fabric called SolFab.
Tourism is waking up to the fact that "silvers" are our fastest growing visitor market.
Christchurch can be a "smart" city as well as the Garden City by investing more in public transport technology.
Road cones, fences and closed exits greet those brave enough to drive central Christchurch.
A typical Queenstown house now sells for over $1m, so what's it like in an auction room there?
The almost non-stop road works, and persistent alterations are driving away customers and hurting businesses. This is Christchurch's CBD almost six years after the February quake.
Kim Dotcom's lawyer has bought a heritage building in central Christchurch from the Gough family at a discounted price.
Bed and border levies are proposed to help pay for toilets, car parks and other tourist facilities
Action needed to make safe up to 900 quake-prone buildings in Christchurch, says leading engineer.
Calls for more coastal shipping, as Lewis Pass road congestion reaches a peak.
Sales of multi-million dollar properties in the Queenstown Lakes have boosted the average property price to over $1 million for the first time.
"There's only one downtown Queenstown and we are it."Downtown QT manager Steve Wilde.
Freedom Furniture is to reopen in Moorhouse Ave, the street it was based on before the Christchurch earthquakes.
Putting tiny tots behind the wheel at Rainbow's End could prove a winner for owner Rangatira Investments
Drinkers were oblivious to the fact the hotel's front wall was so unstable an emergency tunnel was suggested.
Inner-city businesses struggle as road works forecast to take weeks now set to run until 2017.
Retailers battle paperwork and earthquakes as they work to open their doors in central Christchurch's BNZ Centre.
An assessment says Allan Dippie's proposed new Wanaka house will have very low visual impact but the Upper Clutha Environmental Society says that is wrong.
Auckland's building boom has surpassed Christchurch - and New York - as cranes pop up everywhere.
The costs of the recent earthquakes are "highly uncertain" but the economy can cope, says think tank.