The Government has set a target of ensuring 99 per cent of Kiwis get 50Mbps broadband by 2025.
Canterbury manufacturers say the wishes of the dairy sector aren't everything.
Owners of leaky units at Canterbury's Terrace Downs development head to court.
The Commerce Commission has 'shifted the goalposts' in backing a merger in wool processing, carpet-maker Godfrey Hirst says
Wynyard Group looks to enhance its product development efforts.
The organisation leading the rebuild of Christchurch's roads and infrastructure is being investigated by WorkSafe.
OPINION: Will Harvie highlights the best bits of Saturday's sold-out TEDx Christchurch event.
Ngai Tahu Holdings Corporation's net profit falls, housing demand to fall.
Hundreds of central city apartments and townhouses are continuing to hit the market as Christchurch's CBD attempts to attract residents back into it.
The chief promoter of a 3-D survey tool for the mining industry says he loves downturns - but tries to avoid strategic rabbit holes.
Crowdfunding a boon for craft beer-makers, but others are still waiting for it to fire.
Bachcare started from Hahei on the Coromandel and has moved south.
Rival South Island ports in Canterbury and Otago are spending up on harbour dredging
Ngai Tahu's Wigram Skies subdivision has been a resounding success. Who lives there and what is the appeal?
Timaru port posts a $1.3m dividend for the second year of its partnership with Port of Tauranga.
The sixth annual TEDxChristchurch event at the Isaac Theatre Royal will be livestreamed here from 10am Saturday.
Pickled pig ear, Cuban cigars, chipotle hollandaise sauce -- get your thing
Christchurch's first post-quake conference has been lost to Auckland because of delays around new convention centre.
Statistics New Zealand's latest non-residential consent figures show the Christchurch rebuild is racing ahead.
Spark and Vodafone are both making inroads on their Christchurch relocation plans.
EQC has refused to revisit a homeowner's jack and pack repair, despite promises to address shoddy foundation work.
A giant crane has freed a digger that sank in mud in a TC3 Christchurch property.
Canterbury will be known as the world's hub for agribusiness if a group of renowned mid-Canterbury businessmen get their way.
Deloitte Fast 50 Canterbury and upper South Island companies show business is thriving in the region.
Some Christchurch residents plan to mount a legal challenge to have details of flood and erosion risk removed from their property information.
Dot Boyd didn't think she would see her earthquake-damaged home of 65 years repaired before she died.
Neil Graham, the Christchurch philanthropist and co-founder of trucking giant Mainfreight, has died.
A rich cluster of high value, non-residential projects has shot Canterbury's building market to record territory
Chinese buyers are eyeing Christchurch's property market as a cheaper alternative to Auckland.
Recent central and local government announcements show there may be a new spirit of cooperation in the air.