Co-working rivalry intensifies

Co-working business, B:HIVE, owned by the Smales family from Northland, has built a five-level building on the North ...

Global co-working companies are bringing a new wave of competition to Auckland

Museum's big boost leaked

The New Zealand Timber Museum in Putaruru is reportedly in for a big South Waikato District Council funding boost.

Waikato council's closed-door decision to grant almost $300,000 to a struggling museum has been leaked.

Shopping centre's likely sale

The Base in Te Rapa, Hamilton, Waikato's biggest shopping centre, is a thriving asset for its owners Kiwi Property and ...

Competition from The Base is hurting retail in Hamilton's city centre with owners of Centre Place North looking to sell it.

Progress with Te Ara Wai

Te Ara Wai in Te Awamutu will be required to work well alongside another historic project in the pipeline for Rangiriri, ...

Plans for a discovery centre to commemorate the land wars is gaining pace quickly.

Visitor economy the way forward

Cambridge was an attractive and appealing place for outsiders to visit, First Retail Group managing director Chris ...

Cambridge needs to build its image as a destination town for consumers, says a leading retail consultant.

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