Truck crash stopped more than traffic video

Fire and Emergency workers at the scene of a truck crash on State Highway 1 which has caused major traffic disruption on ...

Impact of Friday's major SH1 closure still being felt by truckies, posties, supermarkets and motorists.

Ebert's trail of debt and destruction

Ebert director and managing director Kelvin Hale in a Petone construction yard this week.

Thin margins and a dispute may have toppled the seemingly strong building company.

Egg business makes bank

Dunedin businessman Michael Guthrie.

NZ's biggest egg business sold for $285 million, and created a new rich lister.

Truckies face safety hit

The trucking industry has welcomed stricter safety enforcement but it is leading to casualties as more vehicles are ...

Trucking companies eye Christmas deadlines as NZTA review concerns mount.

Wreda 'ineffectual' - councillor

Wreda's David Perks: "We're not bricks and mortar people. We're the people that look to facilitate the ideas that arise ...

Councillor says Wreda too interested in flashy jobs in craft beer and startups in Te Aro, but mayors are happy.

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Kiwi homeowners defy rising tides

Coastal erosion is a problem in parts of the country and is set to get worse.

Storms on the American east coast show how climate change threatens the most vulnerable communities, but Kiwis still pay a premium for true waterfront.

Regional rents 'out of control'

An estate agent and a tenant both say Hawke's Bay's property prices are out of control.

Commercial Airbnb rates mooted

Banks grapple with funding small houses video

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Ebert's trail of debt and destruction

Ebert director and managing director Kelvin Hale in a Petone construction yard this week.

Thin margins and a dispute may have toppled the seemingly strong building company.

Council reaps millions from industrial land

The development of the Izone industrial park in Rolleston has helped draw businesses, jobs and people to the township of ...

A pioneering industrial park south of Christchurch is filling a rural Canterbury council's coffers.

How many hotels is too many?

An artist's impression of the Horizon Hotel, a 300-room, 5-star hotel at the Sky City New Zealand International ...

Real estate firm says an oversupply of hotels in Auckland is unlikely.

Chinese scoop capital hostel

222 Willis Street, Wellington, a 280-bed apartment building accommodating students has been sold by its overseas owners ...

Student halls of residence are sought after by overseas investors, agent says.

Press Hall takes top prize

Willis St food court, Press Hall, took home the Wellington Property Council's supreme award.

The McKee Fehl development stood out for its repurposing of an 85-year-old earthquake prone space.

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