Ngai Tahu property chief made money

Tony Sewell, chief executive of Ngai Tahu Property, beside a mural at the iwi's head office. "Tony has never been a shy person," says  kaiwhakahaere Sir Mark Solomon.

Tony Sewell will soon leave the Ngai Tahu waka, having headed its property work for 20 years plus.

Sir Bob heading city apartment bid

Artefacts saved from the old Cranmer Court, pictured here during its 2012 demolition, could be included in new apartments planned for the site.

A Chinese and local consortium is to build upmarket apartments on Christchurch's Cranmer Court site.

Gough pushes go

Antony Gough. Construction has restarted on  The Terrace.

Antony Gough admits he has learnt some tough lessons as work restarts on The Terrace.

New home builds slow in Canterbury

House construction peaked late last year in Canterbury.

More than 23,500 new homes have been consented since the start of the earthquakes, but the boom is slowing.

Locally-led recovery support 'huge'

Feedback on the Government's draft transitional plan, which will determine the next phase of the city's recovery, is due on Thursday at 5pm.

Campaigns to promote a locally-led recovery have generated hundreds of public submissions.

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