Property values in Christchurch recorded the strongest rate of monthly growth in 17 years over January.
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A new housing complex is planned for St Albans, replacing 20 old and cold units that were demolished to make way for the development in December.
Architectural writer and editor John Walsh gives his guide to the best buildings to look out for on a walk around Christchurch.
Stage one of a rebuilt Christchurch community housing complex, demolished after the February 22, 2011, earthquake, will open tomorrow.
People buying into high-density housing are being told by the insurance industry to do due diligence before signing a contract.
A century-old villa known as a "ghost house" for its tumbledown appearance has sold for almost $2 million at auction.
A multimillionaire landlord says he will ban tenants from painting homes once a new law giving renters more rights to alter places if they get the owners' consent comes into effect next month.
More water restrictions have been introduced on parts of Banks Peninsula as the hot weather puts pressure on the supply.
Work is being done in NZ to save the rare but smelly corpse plant by trying to produce its seeds in cultivation.
Community awareness about legionnaire’s disease is growing, but some gardeners still underestimate the risks posed by potting mix, a Christchurch researcher warns.
Ever fancied making your own chest of drawers or coffee table? This retired college woodwork teacher will help you "build it from scratch".
New data shows the number of people searching for properties in Canterbury increased substantially in 2020, while house prices in some parts of NZ doubled over the last decade.
The quakes may have claimed many of Christchurch's heritage buildings but, if you know where to look, there are still plenty of landmarks around that connect us to the past. And if you don't know, here's where to find them.
Giant swells and waves reaching up to 10m high along the South Island's West Coast are on the cards as a bout of wild mid-week weather kicks in.
Two community housing complexes in Christchurch have been gifted automated external defibrillators (AED) in a bid to reduce the number of deaths from cardiac arrest.