The former site of Christchurch's landmark railway station is on the market.
A multimillion-dollar Port Hills mountainbike park is expected to open in October 2016
The company building the Christchurch Bus Interchange is boosting its workforce as the deadline to complete stage one looms.
Windflow Technology's elusive key shareholder David Iles, has jumped to a 42 per cent holding in the struggling manufacturer.
Tower Insurance appears to be cash-settling its remaining customers after closing its rebuild programme.
The two top executives of a Christchurch stainless steel manufacturer announce their intentions to depart.
An aircraft engine servicing company part-owned by Air New Zealand secures extra work.
Property investors hit back at claims that Christchurch has a "squalid" rental market.
Major downsizing of the Fletcher-managed earthquake home repair programme will not slow progress in its final phase, the company says.
The migration boom has hit yet another record high.
The market is improving for New Zealand small business - but owners are still cautious about expansion and further investment.
Christchurch developers say "ludicrous" rules are delaying the city's rebuild.
Christchurch's pop-up mall might become a permanent fixture of the central city.
Demand for emerging online television and movie services is helping drive customers to Enable's fibre.
Seafood harvester Sanford is breeding mussels like farmed sheep or cattle to produce millions of spawn for a steadier future.
Dining out on a public holiday often means forking out more for a meal but this weekend consumers could get stung twice with surcharges.
Office workers will soon be able to hire a desk for $30-a-day at a shared office space in central Christchurch.
Asian investors hit for $36 million in decade-long civil dispute in Queenstown.
The number and variety of pest birds on airport flight paths is increasing, Christchurch Airport has told city planners.
A South Island index of 31 listed companies declined in the first three months of the year.
Putting a convention centre in the city centre risks "killing street life", says a Canadian author.
Lyttelton Port of Christchurch container volumes grow slightly.
NZ Manufacturers and Exporters Association appoints new chief executive.
Tower has increased its Canterbury reinsurance cover for rebuild work.
Mussel processor shuts Christchurch plant at a cost of more than $2m in exit pay, cutting 232 jobs.
Cracks seem to be showing in development of the central city.
Sam Thompson regrets signing off his house repairs with a wonky floor, including a chair leg nailed in as support.
With the council facing a $1.2b budget black hole, was the mayor's trip to China an "unnecessary junket" or valuable relationship-building?
Real estate sales in Canterbury are at their highest level since mid-2013.
The city council's insurer is claiming it has advice that quake-damaged Lancaster Park can be restored for less than $50 million.