Shop owners on New Regent St are ''thrilled'' and embracing Christmas after the final hurdle has been lifted from the lane.
New direct flights between Perth and Christchurch should boost Australian tourist numbers.
Which is worse: Southern Response or EQC?
Rosemary Nolan is concerned that her family might have to deal with her earthquake wrangles.
Ebos Group will list on the ASX Australian stock exchange in early December, saying it has already seen extra interest from Australian investors.
Next year is expected to be a very strong one for New Zealand's property market, researchers have told investors in Christchurch.
The developers of a complex of industrial units in Sockburn are repeating the concept nearby on an old meatworks site.
Christchurch Airport chief executive Jim Boult has been named as chairman of City Care.
New Zealand's commercial property market remains on the upswing.
The home building's not finished till the consent is signed off.
A quarter of all New Zealand's construction spending is now in Canterbury.
Funerals aren't cheap, so make sure your death is as stress-free as possible for grieving relatives.
Telecom should drop Yahoo as its email provider after hackers again seized control of thousands of accounts, Telecommunications Users Association says.
NZ Shareholders calls on Chinese-controlled Synlait Milk to appoint independent directors.
When will work begin on the plans for Linwood Village, drawn up in 2011?
Uninsured red-zoners are hoping for full payout before Christmas after Appeal Court win.
Christchurch has been selected as "one of the 100 Resilient Cities" in the world.
Christchurch City Council staff confident they can claw back forecast $30 million operating deficit.
Council slammed for 'appalling' insurance as questions arise over its ability to share rebuild costs.
Synlait Milk says it is on target to achieve growth targets for the 2014 financial year.
Daymin Kupe had been struggling to find a job when he found a job at City Care as part of the pre-apprentice programme.
South Canterbury Finance's former group accountant Terrance Hutton comes out swinging at SFO.
OPINION: Yes, it really is December. And as the song says, 'tis the season to be jolly. And look after those entertainment expenses.
Christchurch's new local ultrafast broadband network is expected to be boosted by Telecom selling connections.
The city is on the brink of a 'skills crisis', with demand for trade roles expected to skyrocket.
Westpac promises $1000 cash to first-home buyers who meet savings goals, and will bump them to front of lending queue.
Telecom says success of "pilot" ultra fibre broadband service with 100 customers means it's ready for commercial launch.
About 60 Steelbro NZ employees will lose their jobs between now and April.
City-owned City Care raised eyebrows this year when it revealed it had taken on 706 people new staff.
Unhappy homeowners have given Southern Response two weeks to provide answers.
The insurance industry has undergone seismic changes in the past couple of years. Catherine Harris talks to Tower's new boss about the challenges ahead.
Addington cafe profits go to producers
Addington Coffee Co-op has a rather unusual business model, sharing profits with growers.
Shops and residents need incentives to return to central city, consultants say.
Local retailer looks to expand
FIONA ROTHERHAM - © Fairfax NZ NewsSmiths City Group is planning an acquisition to expand into the booming Auckland market next year.
A Mt Cook Airlines flight was aborted this morning after reports of smoke coming from the cockpit.
Coupland's opens it bakery doors to reveal its plans for North Island expansion.
House building is gathering speed, with approvals for new homes rising 70 per cent, but it's still too slow.
Electricity costs will increase 8.4 per cent for Cantabrians in the first rise since the 2011 quake.
The Chinese bid to buy 13 Canterbury dairy farms owned by Synlait Farms will be decided by two ministers.
The Government has hired architects to work on redevelopments around Christchurch's City Mall.
Bladder cancer detection company Pacific Edge has raised $28.9 million through a rights issue to shareholders.
Strong South Island advertising is supporting Fairfax Media NZ's print and digital revenue growth targets.
Dissatisfied shareholders in vegetable co-op MG Marketing may have made progress over concerns.
Areas in Barrington, Sydenham and Linwood will have three times as many homes as outer suburbs.
Cera takes ownership of a city nightclub today, dashing the owner's hopes of repairing and reopening. +Where is the public rage?
OIO approval still needed but Chinese led takeover bid for Synlait Farms has passed the 90 per cent acceptance threshold.
Labour has hit out at Government funding of "lifestyle" wines, saying wineries have already launched such products.
One of Christchurch's largest paint sellers has opened a store with a twist - it's on a truck.
Tourism operators should expect their best summer performance in New Zealand since the global financial crisis, says Tourism Holdings boss.
The 2013-14 financial year will be one to remember for Fonterra, after a challenging 2013.
There is pressure on the Reserve Bank to give a low-deposit loan exemption to house builders.
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