OPINION: A new multi-purpose arena in Christchurch would be a long-term win for the city and region.
About 120 enthusiasts gathered last weekend at the Epic innovation centre in central Christchurch to conceptualise, test, and build foundations for new businesses in just 54 hours.
Government announces a new primary school for Wanaka and more classrooms for the growing town's only secondary school.
A new international food emporium has put a permanent roof over eight family-run eateries in central Christchurch.
We asked the public what should happen to the Christ Church Cathedral and if authorities should intervene.
Confused by the cathedral saga? Get right up-to-date on with our Q&A.
The Government has pledged a further $250 million to Southern Response in its Budget.
The scaffolding is being pulled away, revealing the restored building underneath.
Christchurch has its first glimpse of what its new stadium could look like.
Almost every neighbourhood has one – a damaged and dilapidated eyesore. Who will crack down on them?
Community board slammed over handling of town hall delays: 'It's not too late for you to accept the reality of the consequences of the process.'
The public need 'robust data' to make understand the impact of proposed water changes in Central Otago.
Developers continue to fill in bare urban land as Wanaka's population booms.
Built by a Dunedin surgeon, this B&B harks back to a bygone era.
OPINION: Let's bulldoze the pussy footing on the cathedral issue.
Long-term Queenstown backpacker residents "forced to leave home" as their hostel gets demolished to make way for a $60m hotel.
This budget was all about pleasing as many people as possible in an election year.
Owners of derelict properties on a list of "dirty 30" in Christchurch could lose them if they do not take action.
Metro Glass made a record volume of glass last year.
OPINION: Johnny gets to judge awards with a carful of snazzy architects.
Overseas-owned, Dunedin-based Kiwi film maker Natural History NZ looks to a bigger future under new owner.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council will spend $7.3 million on a new waste water and water main pipelines that were projected to cost $1m.
Canterbury residents waiting for their homes to be rebuilt or repaired may find services decreasing.
Sanford has highlighted its shift to value added branding but its interim report also reveals headwinds affected the value of the catch.
The multi-millionaire businessman, who recently sued Labour leader Andrew Little, has died aged 92.
Multi-million dollar rebuild of Otago Regional Council headquarters about prestige not practicality, say opponents
OPINION: The decision about the Cathedral in the Square is very important. But there's other issues facing the city, writes the Bishop of Christchurch.
The Christchurch Adventure Park buildings saved from February's fires have won a design award.
Beleaguered Otago lines company will spend millions on new power poles, cables and overhead lines in the next 10 years.
Special roading projects, a town centre face-lift and public transport to be considered for additional funding.