Plans for a new Kmart, along with a large retail, food and beverage complex, have been revealed for a Canterbury town.
First Union says The Warehouse has made a wrong decision to go ahead with a proposed restructure under which hundreds of jobs and thousands of weekly work-hours could be cut.
NZers have waited with a degree of anticipation for political parties to release their tax policies in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic and economic downturn, writes tax specialist Scott Mason.
Famously labelled zombie towns, regional centres are bearing up well through the Covid-19 crisis off the back of the rural economy and extremely low case numbers.
Almost 90 Canterbury University students spent Saturday doing back-breaking work in Queenstown with the Student Volunteer Army.
The Labour Party is promising to double minimum sick leave entitlements for workers to 10 days a year and raise the minimum wage to $20 an hour.
"I have survived a lot - I have come through a couple of divorces, I have come through a stroke, I have come through all the earthquakes, but there is no way I could survive the city council."
One of Canterbury's top golf courses has sold under the hammer for $6.6 million following the death of its former owner from Covid-19.
Ever wondered what Christchurch looks like from the cab of the biggest tower crane ever used in the city?
Would-be investors will be sounded out and businesses might grow as the city council works out how to break the cycle of decline at the ageing Bishopdale Village Mall.
The amount owed to creditors of the failed travel group STA has soared to more than $10 million, with customers told there's little chance of getting their hard earned cash back.
Median property values in all but four Christchurch and Banks Peninsula suburbs have increased in the last year.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she is backing New Zealand's economy to "rebound" amid the country's first recession in 11 years.
The 'walls of shame' being used by some Christchurch businesses to show images of 'shoplifters and thieves' they believe have been stealing from their premises may have legal consequences.
New Zealand is officially in its first recession for 11 years, a casualty of the Covid fallout hammering economies around the world.
The elderly are set to be hit hard by a Canterbury District Health Board cost-cutting drive designed to save $56.9 million.
Michael Franks recently signed the dotted line on a house in Christchurch with his partner - and says a short term drop in prices wasn't likely to stir up any buyers regret.
Mechanics and workshops are preparing for a wave of vehicles with overdue warrants of fitness to come in over the next few weeks.