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A little green around the edges

Justin Kean: "The problem is, New Zealand is pretty slack at actually building them and the market has a tendency to ...

OPINION: Green buildings are great so why does New Zealand have so few of them?

Livelier retirement villages pay off

Celebrity chef's classes and more appealing activities boost demand for its units, says Metlifecare.

Building still booming

Building industry risks need addressing: Kelly

The Rebuild

National in Chch: the same but different

The Anglican church voted to restore Christ Church Cathedral at a synod two weeks before election day. The Government ...

How will another National Government change things in Christchurch?

More residents needed in city

The Atlas Quarter apartments under construction in Welles St.

Christchurch has been warned it must speed up its central city population growth if new businesses are to survive.

Road works delayed by funding, winter video

Most work on Christchurch's Manchester St halted at the end of July.

Work to resume soon on the upgrades of Christchurch's Manchester and Durham streets after two months of little action.

Liability grows $395m in a year

Southern Response reports its insurance liability estimates have grown.

Insurer Southern Response originally thought it would have to deal with 7000 earthquake claims, but now expects 8562.

Revitalised central city still seen as fragile

Recent store openings on Cashel St, including H&M, Trenery, Country Road and Seed, have brought life to the block.

Shiny new shops are drawing both locals and visitors into central Christchurch, but does the city have the right plans in place to support the new businesses?

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