Small business revenues remain flat but the number of jobs is increasing in Canterbury.
The US billionaire Sean Parker has been cleared to buy more shares in Peter Jackson's company Weta Digital.
Liquidators say early indications of affairs at Ticket Rocket show there will be no money to pay unsecured creditors.
The chief executive of the outdoor clothing retailer Kathmandu - which was founded in Christchurch in 1987 - has resigned.
Well-known Christchurch-born businessman and entrepreneur Mike Pero has exited his ownership of the real estate business which still bears his name.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council is seeking legal advice over Christchurch International Airport Ltd’s plans to establish an airport at Tarras.
The Government has announced 2000 workers from the Pacific will be allowed into New Zealand to fill shortages in the horticulture and wine-growing sectors.
New Zealand’s first purpose-built cruise ship berth was officially opened by Mayor Lianne Dalziel today in Lyttelton.
A deep-sea fishing company faces a struggle to crew two of its vessels docked in Lyttleton after a bid to get overseas workers' visas was denied.
The owner of one of Christchurch's most popular cafés has been accused of bullying, manipulation, and denying adequate breaks - and now the Restaurant Association is investigating.
Accommodation booking sites Airbnb and Bachcare are in the gun for cancellation terms leaving some customers hundreds of dollars out of pocket.
The Law Society is considering an investigation into the controversial deal done with former Pike River Coal boss Peter Whittall over the 2010 mine disaster.
An equity investment company has bought the PWC Centre on Cashel St for $60m in one of the city's largest office building transactions, according to Savills New Zealand.
On a clear day, Akaroa hums with locals and visitors walking the promenade, swimming or cruising on the warm waters of the harbour, and exploring the town's mountain backdrop.
Westfield local hero and Riccarton barber Matt Brown doesn't just cut hair - he's also on a mission to help men cut toxic masculinity out of their lives.
A health boss, who until recently was seconded to the Canterbury DHB, spent over $22k on travel in the year to June - including a $9.20 coffee with Tasman's mayor just before alert level 3 began.