A new delivery service will soon provide wine and beer directly to homes in Christchurch.
Two well known historic hotels in central Christchurch are set to get a spruce up thanks to more than $232,400 in city council grants.
The clock is ticking for Christchurch businesses that took temporary refuge in the suburbs after the earthquakes.
The Lyttelton Harbour Information Centre’s new manager wants the public to know the resource is not just for peninsula visitors but is available for the community, too.
Outdoor goods and clothing company, Kathmandu, which was founded in Christchurch in 1987, has reported a first-half profit of $22.3m compared with $7.6m the year before.
Owners of the former Poolburn Tavern are proving when one door closes, the same one can open on to new vistas.
Reefton businessman Ross Moore has applied for a 35-year resource consent to take contaminated waste from the Ravensdown fertiliser works in Christchurch and bury it in his private landfill.
Tower's minimum level of solvency has been reduced from $50 million to $25m, recognising the reduced risk of Canterbury earthquake related insurance claims.
A plan to turn the site of an iconic Christchurch hotel into a bustling hub of retail activity could become a reality in Hornby.
Christchurch City Council has received more than 1200 submissions on the proposed design plans for a controversial $19 million cycleway.
Christchurch Airport says it is ready for a two-way transtasman bubble which could be in place next month.
Seafood company Sanford continues to be plagued by Covid-19 challenges and has sold two properties in Christchurch and Tauranga for $24 million.
Google is gearing up to launch its new news curation service in New Zealand where publications, such as the NZ Herald, will be paid to provide stories to its platform.
Briscoe Group has posted a healthy $73.2 million profit, despite ongoing disruption from the coronavirus pandemic.
A former truck driver and forestry worker will be awarded more than $20,000 from a tree-felling company after his sacking was found to be unjustified.
New Zealand ski areas have sent an urgent appeal to the government to bring critical international workers into the country ahead of the 2021 ski season.
National Party leader Judith Collins has ramped up the calls for a trans-Tasman bubble, saying if the Prime Minister continued to drag her heels she would "end up with the death of Queenstown on her."
Former theatre nurse Brooke Stevenson has gone from the hospital operating room to driving tractors and making winter feed.
A new Mid Canterbury company has taken over KiwiRail’s container site in Ashburton, the first step in a big plan to relocate it to Fairton.