Southshore residents are angry that a lack of flood protection allowed homes in their seaside suburb to flood in last week's storm.
Are Fletcher Building's problems its own or a warning for the industry?
The Christchurch City Council is considering introducing a living wage for its employees, but its contractors and subsidiary companies will be exempt.
A lightweight piling and re-levelling system has potential but gaining widespread acceptance from the building sector is proving a hurdle.
Universal Developments has applied for a 135 lot subdivision in Wanaka.
Angel investors have formed a partnership with government seed funders.
The Riccarton Players community theatre group is looking for a new home after selling its former base.
Offices, restaurants, apartments and a multi-purpose theatre planned for forgotten heritage gem.
Investors in Nelson's Grand Mercure Monaco resort are still pursuing the developer after 10 years.
After three years of delay, a deal to build Christchurch a new convention centre should be about to be signed. But why do some still think it misconceived?
It's fair to say that Wilson Parking has become notorious in Christchurch since the earthquakes.
Fletcher Building has given assurances Christchurch's East Frame anchor project won't be affected by another profit downgrade.
Start of $28m build realises a six-year dream for University of Canterbury Students' Association.
A major hotel chain is looking at building half a dozen new hotels in Auckland, Wellington and Queenstown.
A $10m irrigation scheme near Alexandra, Central Otago, is going to deliver water to about 1800 hectares of barren land.
A visiting landscaping expert encourages Christchurch to experiment with its coastal areas.
Young tourist says it's "a bit depressing" in Christchurch, as hostels battle city's bad "rep".
Cafes, creches, electric cars - the new model for retirement villages has baby boomers firmly in its sights.
A man claimed he was pushed and called names before being unfairly dismissed from his job.
They don't want to work in the local town anymore - as their heads are turned by the promises of higher wages and more hours on the road.
The truck veered across the road, down a bank and into a swamp because its steering shaft was incorrectly installed.
A big $30 million east frame public space will open early next year But where are the planned houses?
Steering group favoured only "seed money" for new Court Theatre, saying it could raise revenue through car parking and leasing shop space.
The Christchurch City Council is going after residential landlords it believes are holding up the city's rebuild.
Vero has won costs after a fight through the the High, Appeal and Supreme Courts.
Finding a car park at Christchurch's Tower Junction shopping centre will get tougher as more shops are built.
Wanaka is on track to be everything it said it could be after its 2014 Gigatown competition loss.
World and Plume, which lost their High St shops in the quakes, will reopen in the McKenzie and Willis precinct by Christmas.
Methodist Church staff are in new post-quake premises, and there will room to let in a planned complementary archives building.
A new Court Theatre in central Christchurch would be too expensive and should be dropped from the performing arts precinct, a leaked report says.