ASB is to permanently close nine branches - including one in Christchurch - and reduce the hours of 25 others to three days a week.
Budget airline Jetstar returns today with 24 weekly flights scheduled between Christchurch and Auckland.
Plans for changes to Dunedin’s main shopping thoroughfare will move ahead, but will now involve more affected groups.
An empty Dunedin building could soon become the home of a new retail store, a food outlet and a specialist doctors’ office.
Deconstructing the old Lancaster Park stadium has cost $2.9 million less than expected, with most of the materials getting a second life.
Christchurch is aiming to become the home of health tech innovation in New Zealand with the HealthTech Supernode Challenge which opens today.
A major development planned for Lyttelton has been derailed due to the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A multi-million dollar upgrade will get under way next month to breathe new life into a historic but tired east Christchurch shopping village.
Up to 110 redundancies are expected at Tuapeka Gold Print as the impact of Covid-19 abruptly changes the Dunedin company’s outlook for the immediate future.
Consumer NZ is urging disgruntled ticket holders to seek help from their bank over delays in refunds from Dunedin-based company Ticket Rocket.
Christchurch vehicle dealership Team Hutchinson Ford is set to buy a well known West Coast business that has been operating since 1922.
Trailblazing AJ Hackett Bungy has been granted more than $10 million of funding by the Government to protect it as "a world-famous tourism asset".
International fraudsters are increasingly turning their attention towards this part of the world where they believe they can find complacent and trusting victims.
Loss-making New Zealand Post, which got $280 million from the Government last month, plans to upgrade its Christchurch operations centre.