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First-time home buyers taking advantage of ideal conditions are getting into the Christchurch housing market at record levels. [Read More]
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The owners of North Canterbury's quake-damaged Hurunui Hotel say they will start repairs "first thing Monday" after receiving a $132,500 taxpayer heritage grant. [Read More]
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The Government is selling off about $12 million of temporary earthquake housing in Christchurch. [Read More]
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Cathedral Square's oldest building, Christchurch's old chief post office, could become a hospitality hub. [Read More]
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Christchurch schools are pinning their hopes on local organisers taking over after the demise of the popular Stage Challenge. [Read More]
Customers at a Queenstown dairy had better put their cellphones away if they want their icecream or cigarettes. [Read More]
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Popular suburban Christchurch Chinese restaurant Foo San will not need rebuilding, but remains closed awaiting repairs. [Read More]
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Christchurch's priciest street has just a dozen homes, clustered along a small tree-lined cul-de sac. [Read More]
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A flat housing market, a new government, a changing economy. Do they add up to the sort of uncertainty that could make Christchurch house prices take off,... [Read More]
Increasing appetites for eating and drinking out has fuelled a cafe, bar and restaurant boom in Christchurch. [Read More]
For the first time since the earthquakes, the congregation of the Oxford Terrace Baptist Church will celebrate Christmas under their own roof. [Read More]
Merry and bright? Or faded and tatty? [Read More]
A late 1950s office building in central Christchurch will be restored and turned into a hotel with the help of a ratepayer grant. [Read More]
A wealthy Canterbury family's five-year legal battle over a $20 million farming estate may not be over, despite a new court ruling. [Read More]
Housing in Christchurch's east frame may still be a way off, but the $30 million public space inside it is about to open. [Read More]
Housing in Christchurch's east frame may still be a way off, but the $30 million public space inside it is about to open. [Read More]
Elderly Christchurch homeowner Ivy Solomon has been saved the ordeal of sleeping in her car after the Earthquake Commission (EQC) paid her temporary accommodation bill. [Read More]
She's paid insurance all her life, but EQC bungles could force an elderly homeowner into the cold. [Read More]
Bars and restaurants on Christchurch's new The Terrace hospitality strip will open next year, dashing hopes of a pre-Christmas launch. [Read More]
The eerie world inside one of Christchurch's most famous earthquake-ravaged buildings is showcased in new video footage from the Christ Church Cathedral. [Read More]
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