A Canterbury University study has found women employed on academic staff in New Zealand are likely to earn about $400,000 less than men.
A new car subscription service will soon be available in the South Island for drivers who want to avoid car ownership.
The long-awaited decision on an application to open a controversial quarry on the outskirts of Christchurch could be made next month.
The braided river effect on the Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre’s façade is taking shape, with CPB Contractors having now installed a quarter of the 43,000 herringbone tiles.
Construction workers from China caught in an employment scam were promised fair treatment by the Immigration Minister, but have instead been asked to leave NZ.
The New York Times' annual list of must-see destinations has been published for 2020 and Christchurch has made the cut.
Vodafone NZ is giving its 2000 or so staff the chance to head home early for the weekend for the rest of summer.
A bust travel agency was issuing customers with fake plane tickets for more than six months, liquidators say, leaving many stranded overseas or forced to buy expensive last-minute airfares.
Nurses, teachers and other middle class professionals - including those in Christchurch - are increasingly unable to buy homes in the cities where they work, with every housing market in the...
A small energy trading firm has accused Meridian Energy of neglecting environmental obligations in a bid to keep wholesale electricity prices up, thereby reaping profits of more than $35 million.
A young Christchurch man whose goals morphed from racking up centuries in cricket to scoring big in the property market says his story shows it's still possible to live the dream of home ownership.
A plot of industrial land in Christchurch has been transformed into a reserve teeming with native bush and wildlife.
The government's proposed changes to whitebaiting rules are largely good - apart from plans to designate nearly all West Coast rivers as refuges, a whitebaiters association says.
Meat production at a 100-year-old Dunedin company has ceased and 13 staff have been made redundant but the owner of The Craft Meat Company says the business will live on.
A fly-through video has been released showing how a busy Christchurch road will look once bus priority measures are introduced.