Two new apartment towers offering million-dollar homes are to be built in Christchurch.
Bell Tea and Hummingbird coffee look to expand together.
Owners of Christchurch's Newbery Lodge put the property on the market for the first time in 30 years.
Couple fought for 20 years for consent to build hotel, now the property is for sale.
Christchurch landowners say a highway makeover and land zoning change has marooned them.
Christchurch's fastest-rising house prices are in the city's eastern and hill suburbs.
There are no easy solutions and when a bank goes under, somebody is going to lose money.
Legal action against employers for failing to meeting minimum employment standards is trending.
As Auckland house values drop for the first time in a year, Wellington prices are booming.
It is not just the big guys planning to build in Christchurch's emerging retail precinct.
OPINION: EQC's ongoing delays - five years after Canterbury's quakes - are "simply outrageous", Mike Yardley says.
Air New Zealand is spending large on advanced flight technology for its ATR fleet.
The 90-day trial is a great way for employers to test out an employee's fit but there are finer legal details that many people miss.
Tax is a very real concern for everyone doing business in another country and it is no different when heading to Australia.
A former Merivale art dealer has re-opened his old Christchurch business in South Canterbury. Donald Goulter's outlook changed forever after a rare illness.
Employment law reform: What do you need to know about the changes coming this year?
Tourists too scared to take to the wheel, or wanting a more relaxing holiday, are paying to be chauffeur-driven around NZ.
A survey of manufacturing in December showed an increase in domestic sales almost made up for a 10.76 per cent drop in export sales.
A collapsed scheme to build plush $2 million apartments in central Christchurch has been rescued.
Six companies express interest in project managing construction of Christchurch's $300 million Metro Sports Facility.
The Canterbury rebuild and a surge of overseas interest have lifted truck and machinery sales.
Shortage of commercial property lawyers to handle booming market.
Two Canterbury red-zone stayer strongholds have been deemed "not feasible" for future development.
Christchurch and Canterbury Tourism (CCT) has appointed a new interim chief executive.
Lyttelton port is about to open a new wharf that will double its container capacity.
An ongoing dispute between Christchurch's Quake Outcasts and the Government is heading back to court.
Less than $50,000 remains for staff and creditors left out of pocket by celebrity chef Jo Seagar's failed cafe.
Regenerate Christchurch chair Andre Lovatt wants to be a team player not a rebuild tsar.
Experienced tourism professional Tim Hunter has been appointed chief executive at Southern Discoveries.
Century-old Tudor-style building opposite the Avon River in central Christchurch is up for sale.