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Kaikōura eateries are going to benefit from an influx of road workers over the coming months.
Mapping the seafloor in Marlborough has thrown up some surprises, including that it has shifted since the Kaikōura earthquake, an information agency says.
The government is set to extend its financial support of businesses affected by the Kaikōura earthquake.
Marlborough residents left with badly damaged homes after November's earthquake are worried about a cold winter ahead with no heating.
A third generation farmer in Ward, who lost his home in last November's quake, has chosen to see it as an opportunity to change the way he lives and farms.
Civil Defence delays held up the red-stickering of damaged homes at the epicentre of last November's earthquake.
Workers clearing the roads north of Kaikōura say they have reached a significant milestone, with work beginning on the slip at Ohau Point this week.
Civil Defence says it didn't have the right information to issue a timely tsunami warning following November's 7.1 magnitude earthquake off the East Cape.
The owners of a demolished Wellington high-rise are to face the Tenancy Tribunal, accused of unlawfully renting out parts of it. Video
The government has extended a ban on collecting shellfish and seaweed species along the Kaikōura coastline for another nine months.
A Kaikōura businessman says the government needs to extend the support package they launched following the November earthquake.
Another big office building in Wellington has been temporarily shut after engineers ordered it be strengthened.
The devastating effect of the Kaikōura earthquake on accommodation providers in the region has been officially calculated.
People with property damage from the Kaikōura earthquake have until midnight tonight to lodge an insurance claim.
Work is set to begin next week to clear the largest slips blocking State Highway 1 between Kaikōura and Picton.
Today is D-day for the owners of 80 buildings in Wellington which were forced to undergo emergency earthquake testing in the wake of the 14 November earthquake.
Businesses cordoned off in Wellington may be able to reopen sooner than planned, as the demolition of the Reading Cinemas carpark is slightly ahead of schedule.
Business owners in St Arnaud and Murchison say turnover has doubled and they struggle to cope with crowds queuing for fuel, coffee, food and accommodation.
The Insurance Council is defending the industry against criticism that some commercial insurance claims are taking too long in quake-damaged Kaikōura.
Businesses in Kaikōura are considering their options as summer spending in the quake-hit town lags.