Neighbours of a Christchurch retirement village may soon be free of a foul stink coming from its laundry which has been plaguing the nearby area for close to a decade.
McDonald's has lifted the veil about what really goes into its chicken nuggets, inviting a reporter to visit the NZ plant where they're made.
Job ads in Canterbury are increasing - and were almost back at pre-Covid levels by the end of last year.
A Christchurch retirement village operator has posted its strongest quarterly sales in the firm's 23-year history.
New Zealand's central bank says a cyber attack that breached its data systems also affected other users of a third-party application and that it was not a specific target of the hack.
While Wanaka has welcomed bolstered tourist numbers over the Christmas-New Year period, no influx of visitors has landed in Queenstown.
A well known Dunedin store is to reopen at the end of February under the new ownership of a Christchurch company and with a new name.
Franz Josef may have noticed a small boost from travelling Kiwis over the holidays, but reservations from next week onwards look grim.
Housing stock across Canterbury and a number of other parts of the South Island has hit a record 13-year low.
The owner of numerous liquor stores in Canterbury has been fined thousands of dollars for employment law breaches, including failing to pay minimum wage to staff.
After almost three months of assembly work, Wings & Water’s new commercial float plane has arrived in Te Anau to extend the company’s flight options.
Christchurch had the smallest house price increase of NZ's main centres in December, showing how increasing supply can help stabilise prices, and setting an example for the rest of the country.
A group of Christchurch residents believe the “unique character” of their suburb is under threat from two housing developments being constructed in the area.
It was a big year for in demand Southern Furniture Movers, with revenue rising as much as 70% on last year. Managing director Teressa Grigg tells Jacob McSweeny about how it all started with a baby and $4000 in the bank.
A Motueka fruit growers association says millions of dollars worth of fruit has been ruined by a hail storm that hit the Nelson region yesterday.
Demand for boats this summer is so high that one retailer says he sold his personal boat to a desperate customer.