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A Kaiapoi couple want help finding the mystery contractors who were exposed to asbestos and contaminated their home and possessions after working at the wrong house. [Read More]
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New Zealand's biggest insurer will take another six months to assess all home and contents claims from the November earthquakes. [Read More]
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Tenants are making the best of falling rents in Christchurch, with rents now back where they were nearly five years ago. [Read More]
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Christchurch's housing market looks to be in for a quiet winter, with prices slipping from a record high in autumn. [Read More]
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Freedom Furniture is back in central Christchurch for the first time since the earthquakes. [Read More]
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The Christchurch investor behind the Little High Eatery and High St lanes is buying more of the Re:Start mall site for a new shopping complex. [Read More]
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Lower High St property owners say they are making big progress on their damaged heritage buildings, despite featuring on the city council's "dirty 30" list. [Read More]
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A luxury apartment complex to be built in central Christchurch with Chinese investment will offer homes ranging from $965,000 to $3.75 million. [Read More]
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A luxury apartment complex to be built in central Christchurch with Chinese investment will offer homes ranging from $965,000 to $3.75 million. [Read More]
Lyttelton's new floating marina and waterfront promenade could worsen traffic and parking woes, locals fear. [Read More]
The owners of the world's first robot hotel are the buyers of the old Press site in central Christchurch. [Read More]
Historic mansion owner moving on after failed insurance battle. [Read More]
The Earthquake Commission (EQC) is bullying a Christchurch family after botching their home's earthquake repair, their lawyer says. [Read More]
A new international food emporium has put a permanent roof over eight family-run eateries in central Christchurch. [Read More]
Growing public frustration sparked the Christchurch City Council to launch a clean-up of "dirty 30" derelict buildings in the central city this week, but what of the suburban... [Read More]
Christchurch City Council is going after the owners of the "dirty 30" derelict properties holding up the central city rebuild, says a councillor behind a... [Read More]
Both the Earthquake Commission (EQC) and insurer IAG are in the wrong over a Christchurch home wrecked by fire and earthquakes, an insurance lawyer says. [Read More]
When their newly-bought house Christchurch caught fire just hours after they moved in, Georgia Scott and Mike Rodgers snatched their children from their beds and ran. [Read More]
It's the mall no-one wants to close. [Read More]
Clark Mauger didn't want to own any commercial property. [Read More]
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