Self-made millionaire of Rangiora expands property empire.
Earl Hagaman's widow wants full vindication of her husband's name from a Court of Appeal ruling about when qualified privilege applies to politicians.
Lyttelton will pay a much bigger profit to Christchurch City than anticipated this year.
"To make transport more efficient, economic and possibly more enjoyable, a behavioural change is required." Tony Pickard
Illegal imports of seeds and edible bird nests are a problem as online shopping feeds the growing flood of mail from China.
OPINION: Green buildings are great so why does New Zealand have so few of them?
Celebrity chef's classes and more appealing activities boost demand for its units, says Metlifecare.
The new owners who rescued Christchurch's old Public Trust building are close to starting work on renovations.
With no convention centre built, Christchurch's largest post-quake conference required a venue "jigsaw"
It was supposed to a "world-leading" response to the earthquakes and demolitions in Christchurch.
How will another National Government change things in Christchurch?
Christchurch has been warned it must speed up its central city population growth if new businesses are to survive.