More than 65 new homes will be built on the old Central New Brighton School site as work gets under way on the Seaview Development.
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A high performance sport centre in Christchurch could potentially be transformed into a dedicated community recreation facility.
Some of Christchurch’s most recognised buildings will be opened up to the public this month as part of a new event to celebrate the city’s architecture.
A vintage 1950s bungalow with stunning harbour views over Akaroa has sold at auction for $2.13m - nearly $1m above its 2019 rating valuation.
The finalists for the biennial Canterbury Heritage Awards have been whittled down after a protracted debate among the judges due to the quality of the contenders.
Burwood, Riccarton and Spreydon top the list when it comes to socio-economic deprivation in Christchurch.
Tens of thousands of cannabis plants are being picked over the coming weeks, as harvest begins at New Zealand's largest commercial medical cannabis crop.
A Memorial Ave resident says the number of pigeons gathering across from her house in Burnside Park is like a scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s 1963 horror film The Birds.
Residents on the outskirts of west Rolleston want to be included in potential rezoning plans as the town boundary extends by thousands of homes.
National Party leader Judith Collins is trying to get a member's bill before Parliament that includes an emergency process, similar to that used after the Christchurch quakes, to open up more land for housing.
A community event to celebrate the autumn apple harvest, and with a focus on preserving surplus produce, brought together more than 70 people in Wanaka at the weekend.
A Christchurch couple say the Papanui-Innes Community Board has missed a key opportunity to hear all views surrounding a controversial housing project.
The latest CoreLogic data shows Christchurch's average property value increased by 11.9% in a year, while nationally house prices were up 16.1% - the biggest jump since 2006.
The return of higher deposit requirements for investors has put the brakes on the housing market in March, with property values in Christchurch falling by $30,000.
At just 14, Sea-am Thompson is the youngest ever Christchurch Beautifying Association summer garden competition judge.
The Christchurch housing market appears to be unaffected by the Government's shake-up, despite a subdued mood at other auctions around the country.