Quake insurance under threat

The September 11 attacks shook up terrorism insurance.

14 min ago  Reinsurer warns NZ cover may become more expensive and harder to get - or completely unavailable.

WWI exhibition could be extended

Sir Peter Jackson's personal collection features in the Great War Exhibition at the old Dominion Museum, which was ...

5:57 PM  Question hangs over whether Sir Peter Jackson's Great War exhibition is popular enough to warrant Govt extension.

Stats House 'unacceptable'

Statistics House on Wellington's waterfront was one of the worst hit buildings during the November 2016 earthquake.

Minister expresses his concerns about the 5-storey building on Wellington's waterfront, which remains closed.

Wellness theme for new Auckland hotel

An artist's rendition of a new EVEN Hotel planned for central Auckland.

EVEN Hotels offer travelers the exercise choice of 'wellness warrior' videos or the sociability of athletic studios, in between gluten-free organic food and wine.

'Have-not' airports in crisis

Regional airports help in transporting patients to base hospitals and medical specialists to isolated communities.

A campaign is underway to get more money for 12 of our smallest airports to help cover critical maintenance and passenger services.

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Residential Property

Skiffington wants day in court

The Moana Rd, Plimmerton, house that Love and Skiffington shared, and which is the subject of a police application.

Ngatata Love ally had criminal charges stopped, but wants to defend civil case.

Neighbours' security setup upsets

Fake security camera triggered Privacy Commission complaint between neighbours at war.

Don't snub us, says Wellington

Shelly Bay consultation to start video

commercial property

Quake insurance under threat

Cinema company Reading International got a $27.5 million insurance payout for quake damage to the Courtenay Central ...

Reinsurer warns NZ cover may become more expensive and harder to get - or completely unavailable.

Stats House 'unacceptable'

Statistics House on Wellington's waterfront was one of the worst hit buildings during the November 2016 earthquake.

Minister expresses his concerns about the 5-storey building on Wellington's waterfront, which remains closed.

Upper Hutt sales take off

132 Whakatiki St was sold for $1.2m to an out-of-town transport business.

Buyers are taking a fresh look at Upper Hutt's commercial property scene.

Lower Hutt's 'ugly duckling'

The George St property has a rateable value of $580,000.

A building that "won't be winning any glamour contests anytime soon" presents an opportunity.

Disability access a 'human right'

Bill Wrightson chaired the Barrier Free New Zealand Trust.

The idea of sending a disabled person around to the side or the back of a building while everyone else entered via the front door was abhorrent to disabled access campaigner Bill Wrightson.

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