OPINION: Otakaro's "An Accessible City" project is so painfully slow-going, that a passing glacier could out-pace it.
Terraced homes sitting empty as Christchurch buyers shy away from high-density living.
Management staff at WestCity mall await plans of new owners as Colliers beds down new contract.
Failure to properly screen employees is leaving businesses at risk of theft by light fingered staff.
Southern Response may need millions of dollars more in Government funding after the company updated its budget.
One of the main rebuild problems is: Who's going to pay - ratepayers or taxpayers? But what if there was a way to get money without money from either?
Is six years long enough for owners of quake-damaged buildings to sort them out?
The Anglican diocese has the money to restore Christ Church cathedral but can't use it.
A likely end to a quake rates-discount scheme will see some homeowners' rates rises jump by more than 50 per cent.
Kaikoura businesses are desperate for an extension to the wage subsidy that has kept them afloat since the November earthquake.
Smiths City will donate to firefighters who will also enjoy a free ticket and drink at the BNZ Crusaders match against the Brumbies.
Summerset's rapid expansion now includes dementia care centres.
Overseas visitors expecting pristine countryside are being put off by NZ's pollution.
Meth-tainted houses may be quite safe depending on the level of contamination.
Founder Hamish McGregor says Wanaka community support is behind huge growth of family app.
Property investor Antony Gough is busy building The Terrace development again, and says this time there will be no stopping him.
Port Hills fires prompt insurers to temporarily stop writing policies for new business in some areas of Christchurch.
A private operator will soon take over the Ilex cafe and function centre at the Christchurch Botanic Gardens.
Fears Christchurch's bus interchange may be sold off as long-term ownership remains undecided.
It's crunch time for Westland Milk as it tries to restore financial fortunes with a sweeping restructure.
40 temporary units in Queenstown to accommodate retirement village builders have been proposed.
A boom in tourists and building made Queenstown Lakes the place to find a job last year.
Dunedin's his home town, and he wants Kiwis and Australians to boycott the chocolate-maker's products.
Ebos started life as a small Christchurch business but is now taking on the world with its pharmacy and pet food products.
It's hoped one of Queenstown's several roading initiatives, the Eastern Access Road, will ease traffic congestion.
Anglican leaders want taxpayers to foot the bill if the money for the $100m Christ Church Cathedral restoration can't be raised, sources say.
Christchurch is transforming as anchor projects get under way .
New cafes, shops and markets, along the reopening of old favourites, will mark year seven of the Christchurch rebuild.
The "physical proof" of Christchurch's post-earthquake rebuild will be revealed this year, Otakaro says.
Customers of collapsed insurance company Western Pacific are to get their first payout on six-year-old Christchurch earthquake claims.