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The government has welcomed regulations coming into force that require manufacturers and retailers to publish installation and use information about some building products.
The building products firm is forecasting pre-tax earnings to fall by half on a year ago but its chief executive expects strong earnings growth will return to previous levels as demand improves.
The Detail - At a time when severe weather events are wrecking the environment, contractors on small building sites ignoring the rules are adding to the problem.
At a time when severe weather events are wrecking the environment, contractors on small building sites ignoring the rules are adding to the problem. Audio
Consents been made to develop a $200m equine stud and equestrian centre next to Lake Hood in Ashburton.
The Ministry of Justice has been hiring more and more contractors, some costing thousands of dollars a day.
A landmark Wellington motorway once lauded for its green credentials is being investigated for its impact on streams, native fish and one of the country's most sensitive inlets.
A persistent economic downturn has failed to stand in the way of strong demand for high-quality commercial real estate.
A courtroom, a lifesaving tower and a bridge are among the homes and workplaces recognised in the 2023 New Zealand Architecture Awards held tonight in Wellington.
The crucial Coromandel link State Highway 25A will reopen on 20 December - three months ahead of schedule. Video, Audio
How much do we know about bridges? Somebody who understands plenty about the topic is Moustafa Al-Ani.
As lead structure advisor at Waka Kotahi and chair of the Auckland Bridge Group, he is well… Audio
John Bougen, an Aucklander who made his fortune as co-founder of the 'Dress Smart' chain of shopping malls is now in Reefton giving it a bit of a make over. He speaks to Jesse about his work there. Audio
In a bid to offset a multimillion-dollar blowout to redevelop Wellington's Town Hall, the council is considering doing it at the same time as a neighbouring building.
Fletcher Building shares are expected to fall when they resume trading on Monday as investors turn wary amid wildly differing estimates of the cost of leaky plumbing pipes in West Australia.
Master Builders says building costs are coming down but are unlikely to make a material difference to the price of a new house.
Industry insiders say companies are pivoting to renovations and additions as consents for new builds fall sharply.
The board of Fletcher Building has withdrawn a resolution asking for an increase in its directors' fee pool in the face of shareholder pressure.
The jury is out on what the slowdown in the residential construction industry means for the hundreds of thousands of people working in the sector.
Industry insiders say companies are pivoting to… Audio
Sir Russell Coutts has leased his SailGP manufacturing factory to Rocket Lab – and his specialist carbon composite workers are part of the deal. Audio
A new style housing complex is about to become the permanent home for some Kaikohe locals struggling to find a place to live.
The development's first ten units have been formally opened in a dawn… Audio