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A Bluff restaurant which was at the centre of the country's largest Covid-19 outbreak is reopening today, as it prepares to move on.
Christchurch's economic development agency is looking at cost cutting measures, at the same time as it grapples with planning the city's economic recovery from Covid-19.
At least 400 people lined up outside a Christchurch supermarket today to get tested for Covid-19 - part of a targeted network of testing stations set up in New Zealand.
Conferences planned for Christchurch's new convention centre are being pushed back, with construction delays also likely to result in a 2021 opening.
Prominent Christchurch businessman Antony Gough believes half the city's hospitality businesses could go bust without further urgent government support.
Hot air balloon operators say the future of the industry is under threat because of excessive recertification costs being imposed by the Civil Aviation Authority.
More than half of the city's community boards spent $11,582 on mediation services over the last three and a half years.
Businesses in Akaroa are worried they will find it hard to survive the abrupt end to the cruise ship season due to Covid-19 restrictions.
The owner of the country's only commercial glider flight operator is calling for better regulations as his business goes into insolvency, after being ordered to suspend operations.
Christchurch residents can expect to see an increased police presence in the lead-up to the first anniversary of the terror attacks.
Crusaders fans are being introduced to their new logo, with fans getting a chance update their old jerseys instead of buying a new one.
It's time to get the togs out as much of the country is set to bake in sweltering temperatures this weekend.
An Ashburton father who lost his two daughters in a fiery crash has delivered a petition calling on authorities to improve safety on a Christchurch road.
A major South Island ski operator plans to install a barrier and charge people to access the popular road to the Remarkables ski area near Queenstown during summer.
About $1.5 billion worth of construction projects in Christchurch will be finished and opened this year, marking another milestone in the Christchurch rebuild.
Dunedin's hot property market is showing no signs of slowing down. The city's house prices have risen 18 percent over the past year - significantly outperforming other major centres.
The Chatham Islands started recording temperatures in 1878, and have never had a year warmer than 2019. Other parts of New Zealand also experienced their warmest year on record in 2019.
Auckland is facing an ice shortage after broken factory machinery caused supply issues during peak demand.
A leading academic has criticised the Race Relations Commissioner for defending the use of Dutch Christmas character Black Pete.
AA Insurance has dealt with about 1000 claims for hail damage after the November storm, and an Australian-based firm is helping with repairs.
Christchurch's mayor is blaming her husband for not declaring six large donations towards her re-election campaign.
Christchurch mayor Lianne Dalziel's lack of transparency has been labelled an "insult to ratepayers" after some of her large donors were publicly named today.
A teenage driver who killed another motorist while fleeing the police in Christchurch has been sentenced to two years and eight months' jail.
More than $5.5 million has been spent on maintaining and repairing Christchurch's brand new Justice and Emergency Services Precinct.
Designs have been released for a 12-metre hydroslide tower being built at Christchurch's Metro Sports Facility.