The creativity of Christchurch school pupils has helped raise money to support children with cancer.
Home and Gardening
A Christchurch home with an undulating roof and a strong sculptural presence is the Master Builders’ national supreme house of the year.
Commissioner David Caldwell is considering his recommendation on the controversial Lincoln South Plan Change 69 application now that the hearing has closed.
Swedish furniture and homeware giant Ikea has made a big step forward in its plans to move into New Zealand.
Residents say the removal of a hedge at a popular Christchurch reserve due to a 'miscommunication' has robbed them of their sheltered area.
A visit to North London provided the foundation for Vincent Holloway to bring the English-style architecture of yesteryear back to Christchurch.
A new CoreLogic report shows 99.1 per cent of properties re-sold in the three months to September made a profit.
Employment initiatives by Ellesmere Sustainable Agriculture through its flagship Project Tinaku is creating career pathways for Cantabrians.
A Queenstown real estate agent says he sold a luxury property in Glenorchy for $17m in October and another nearby home for $17.5m.
An Aussie developer is behind a large dining and lifestyle hub that’s about to open below the Skyline gondola in Queenstown.
Christchurch residents could save up to $50 a year on their rates bills if the city council introduces a new flexible system for red, green and yellow wheelie bins.
NZ's property market reached new heights last month with the average residential home value topping a million dollars for the first time.
The luxurious Christchurch home that once belonged to world-renowned motorcycle designer John Britten has been sold to a local family.
For Christchurch woman Shirley Poppelwell, a potato growing competition is the way to bring her neighbourhood together.
It may be called Talltree St - but residents say their Avonhead paradise has been anything but leafy since 75 per cent of the trees were removed.
New figures show the Garden City outperformed all of NZ's major centres in the three months to the end of September, with prices up 7.7 per cent.