Christchurch dad Barry Kay says he is happy with Burger King's apology after a staffer at its Shirley store yelled and swore at him as he tried to order at the drive-thru.
A group working to help people begging for money on Christchurch streets is encouraging pedestrians to donate to social agencies rather than give directly to the beggars.
Air New Zealand is expecting more than 6000 Aucklanders to fly to Queenstown once the borders reopen.
Many businesses are giving the new Covid-19 traffic light system a tick of approval after this weekend's first big test.
Swedish furniture and homeware giant Ikea has made a big step forward in its plans to move into New Zealand.
A My Vaccine Pass will be needed from Friday to enter most public facilities in Christchurch, the city council says.
A South Island cafe is set to close its doors over what appears to be a stance against the Government's Covid-19 vaccine mandate.
Anyone not vaccinated will be denied entry into McDonald's after the fast-food franchise announced diners will need a vaccine passport to enter its stores.
Christchurch bar and cafe owners say everyone will be asked to show their vaccine certificates at the door from Friday.
A building company that operated for only 12 months went into liquidation owing nearly $170,000, a liquidator’s report says.
Countdown supermarket distribution centre workers have won a pay rise after a three-day strike last week.
Hundreds of orders have flooded into a new online meal delivery app and website since it was launched in the Selwyn district this month.
A visit to North London provided the foundation for Vincent Holloway to bring the English-style architecture of yesteryear back to Christchurch.
A new development in Christchurch will not bear the name of a local hero award winner after a heated debate over naming roads after people.
A business mogul's exploitation of migrant workers at Christchurch liquor stores may see a plan to reopen three bottle shops in the city's most deprived areas rejected.