A community garden that has been an integral part of a Christchurch suburb for more than seven years is set to remain in the community, for now.
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Well-known Christchurch-born businessman and entrepreneur Mike Pero has exited his ownership of the real estate business which still bears his name.
Canterbury designers took out several accolades at the 2020 ADNZ Resene Architectural Design Awards on Friday night.
Hundreds of flowers have been placed in the foyer at Ashburton Hospital - and are being given away to anyone who visits.
People living in Christchurch's south-east will soon be consulted over the impact of rising sea levels.
You could say interest has been out of this world as the sale process for the last remaining Futuro ‘spaceship’ house in Christchurch gets ready for lift off.
A NZ townhouse that could be mistaken for a MacDonald’s restaurant has sold under the hammer for more than $2 million.
Livestreamed flower auctions in Christchurch are blooming after Covid-19 forced the industry to grow its online presence.
Judges at the REINZ national real estate auctioneering championships have been sold on Christchurch’s Ned Allison for a second time.
A Queenstown house with ‘‘instant appeal’’ has won the Southern Registered Master Builders top award.
Four years on from the massive earthquake that rocked North Canterbury, farmers are finding new ways to work.
A Christchurch-based charity is shining a spotlight on e-waste by organising an electronic recycling day on Saturday.
Three pedestrian and cycle bridges crossing the Avon River are a step closer to reality after the green light was given to proceed with construction.
House prices in Christchurch have hit another record high with the median climbing to $526,000 last month.
A court has found a record-breaking $2 million fine imposed on Steel and Tube over its seismic reinforcing mesh was "manifestly excessive".
Three hundred new residential sections have been identified in an outline development plan for a new Canterbury subdivision.
A grime-infested property with dirt snaking up the walls has been put up for rent on one of New Zealand's busiest streets.
A petition demanding Christchurch City Council take action over a potentially hazardous palm tree in Shirley has gained more than 105 signatures.