Majestic Centre for sale, again

The Majestic Centre in Wellington.

Wellington's tallest building is on the open market months after another deal fell over.

Small town boss - big salary

241115. News. Photo: Loren Dougan/Fairfax NZ. Carterton District Council chief executive Jane Davis.

Sparsely populated regions are paying big money for council chief executives.

Steel firm feels boom time strain

Dave Taylor: A "perfect storm" brewing as the construction sector comes under pressure.

Pressures in the construction industry are starting to bite on the earnings of Steel & Tube.

A space for all Wellingtonians

The view towards the proposed village green in the Shelly Bay development.

OPINION: All of us can benefit from developing Shelly Bay.

Transport a sum of all its parts

A second Terrace tunnel may simply swamp city streets.

OPINION: Housing developments, in the cbd and suburbs, must be near services and public transport.

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Majestic Centre for sale, again

Kiwi Property chief executive Chris Gudgeon

Wellington's tallest building is on the open market months after another deal fell over.

Steel firm feels boom time strain

Dave Taylor: A "perfect storm" brewing as the construction sector comes under pressure.

Pressures in the construction industry are starting to bite on the earnings of Steel & Tube.

Brothel building for sale

Il-Bordello is on Vivian St.

"More bang for your buck" for this brothel building.

Shed 9 plans divide opinion

An artist's impression of the proposed building at Site 9 on Wellington's waterfront. The site 10 development is on the ...

Just over half of Wellingtonians approve of new waterfront building.

'Tight squeeze' continues

The city lost nearly 100,000 square metres of office space following the November 2016 earthquake.

Shortage of office space means lack of options for frustrated tenants.

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