A Christchurch nurse is looking for someone to take over the renovation project he started almost a decade ago.
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The Lincoln Envirotown Trust has rewarded people whose green fingers are helping others and the environment.
Residents complaining about their neighbours’ overgrown grass berms are being told by Christchurch City Council “berm maintenance is the responsibility of property owners” - but that may not be the case.
Christchurch man Phil Yarrall has enlisted Mr Fixit, Phil Mauger, and the mayor’s close ally, city council boss Dawn Baxendale, to help him protest against "unfair" water charges.
A Christchurch property is now valued at over $10 million while more than 120 homes are worth between $5 million and $10 million after the city’s median rateable value jumped by almost 50 per cent.
The South Island National Dahlia show will be held in Ashburton for the first time in a decade this weekend.
Controversial proposed changes to housing intensification in Christchurch, which residents argue will promote unplanned densification and rob homes of sunlight, have been scaled back by the city council.
A Christchurch real estate agent has recalled his experiences after the 2011 quake to offer some advice to Aucklanders dealing with red-stickered homes.
Two friends from Christchurch have proven it is possible for first-home buyers to team up to take on the housing market - and come out winners.
The future of one of the most desirable coastal building sites in Christchurch is up in the air - yet again.
A 24-metre redwood tree in suburban Christchurch will be saved after developer Brooksfield changed its plans for the landmark 'Greystones' property.
Two Christchurch mums who have turned a tired Hillsborough do-up into a stunning family home aim to make $200k flipping houses next year.
The distinctive pink building in Sumner will be demolished to make way for apartments designed by an architect with links to the Royal family.
There are currently more properties for sale in Christchurch at the moment than there have been in the last three years - and they are taking longer to sell.
It was a case of third-time lucky for Lynette Chamberlain, 72, when she was named supreme winner of the Rolleston Residents Garden Competition.
A near-new character-inspired home on the Port Hills kicks all others out of the park with its 125 sq m astro-turf pitch in the backyard.