A block of land put up for sale this week in north-east Christchurch could be big enough for 40 new homes.
Business owners and residents are gearing up for this year's Sumner Street Party.
ALAN WOOD - © Fairfax NZ NewsNgai Tahu Property has purchased Crown-owned exotic forest cutting rights on the West Coast.
CECILE MEIER - © Fairfax NZ NewsThree Christchurch businesses have been recognised for their women's empowerment practices.
Fast-money lenders are often condemned as loan sharks, and with new financial regulation due they are again under scrutiny.
Christchurch has had its second $4 million-plus house sale in four months, and more luxury homes are going up for sale as cashed-up Cantabrians go house-hunting.
A $14m Christchurch project to produce NZ's first factory-built homes will be "a game changer".
The Government is scotching claims that it has struck a deal to sell parts of Solid Energy to Indian buyers.
Clampdown on low-deposit home loans may be slowing the rise in Christchurch house prices.
Vodafone says Govt should scrap fibre-based ultrafast broadband for much of Wellington and Christchurch.
Insurers' phones are running hot, with hundreds of Canterbury storm and flooding claims filed already.
OPINION: Councils building stadiums need private cash up front lest they be stiffed on the bill.
Construction of the $140 million first stage of huge South Island irrigation scheme starts next week.
Christchurch's new private hospital has jointly become the country's 100th Green Star building.
A central Christchurch block of land with an estimated value of about $35 million is being sold in pieces.
Company has conditionally bought 27 hectares in Rolleston, southwest of Christchurch, for the development.
Visitors to Christchurch are paying a massive 67 per cent more for hotels than they were before the quakes.
Freshwater scientist adamant that New Zealand's dairying expansion has to be stopped.
Losing bidder Infratil is surprised Chinese firm paid $950m for NZ's largest waste-management business.
Coalminer Bathurst Resources says foreign-exchange and fair-value adjustments bolstered its first-half net profit of $8.3 million.
A sawmill company with about 400 employees and about $100 million in annual sales has been placed in receivership.
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A $12m triangular building housing offices, bars and restaurants is 188 per cent of the new building standard.
There's a much wider discussion to be had about making business family friendly, writes Catherine Harris.
In the third of a five-part series on discrimination and employment, Tess McClure investigates the challenges of finding work after crime.
It is true to his vision, but it is not yet complete.
OPINION: The decision to go with "Spark" and the associated $22 million rebrand bill have flabbergasted many.
A grouping of large South Island export firms will not do as well in the 2013 year as they did in 2012.
Some Christchurch business owners are struggling to stay afloat as they battle insurance companies to settle their quake claims three years on.
Local councils across the country are facing expensive legal battles as supermarket and liquor industry giants fight moves to restrict the hours alcohol can be sold.
Earthquake Recovery Ministersuggests the CCC is in no state to lead the region's rebuild. | Full statement
New Zealand’s largest general insurer is defending its leap in profits and is not promising to stop raising premiums.
An investigation has been launched into a Christchurch construction company which allegedly underpaid two migrants.
Plans for a Christchurch convention centre could be downsized to avoid 'white elephant'.
Five engineers are being investigated for "potential issues" with their work on four properties.
Christchurch-based electronic bus information firm continues to expand its US customer base.
TCL Painting and Construction is being investigated for allegedly underpaying two Filipino workers.
The city council will relocate redzoned homes to help tackle Chch's "massive" and growing housing shortage. | Homeless and couch-surfing
Some Christchurch manufacturers say there is much more the Government can do to support the sector, such as giving them a fair opportunity to participate in large tenders and New Zealand projects.
Christchurch technology company SLI Systems has posted a $2.3 million half-year loss, in line with its projections.
Christchurch-based pilot wins Employment Court case with Jetstar over meal and rest breaks.
Restructuring is expected in Nelson's timber industry as log exports bypass local mills.
Canterbury's post-quake economic activity continues to lead the country, but the growth is slowing while other regions are accelerating.
Homeowners are migrating to fixed mortgages in large numbers ahead of higher floating rates.
Campervan rental company says first-half profit sets a strong base for a "dramatically improved" annual result.
Westport is 'devastated' that the start of mining on the Denniston plateau has been delayed.
A strong trade partnership with China is essential for Chch to develop a thriving post-rebuild economy, Canton Trade Fair meeting hears.
NZ's ageing demographic profile has retirement village and aged-care operator Summerset eyeing 40 years of growth.
New bank Heartland New Zealand is looking at several possible purchases in its growth strategy.
PGG Wrightson shares rose 6 per cent, though the company has held back from upgrading its full-year earnings expectations.
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