Population growth is booting the potential for city shopping malls, writes Catherine Harris
Specialist construction and engineering recruitment firm RobLawMax says that with four major projects dominating Auckland’s development sector, companies need to stop talking about the talent shortage and start doing something about it.
Canterbury's economy is still riding a post-earthquake high but the tourism and education sectors are suffering, a new report has found.
Construction has begun on the new Waterview shared cycle and walkway.
A new $50 million international science centre will be developed on central Christchurch's Durham St law courts site.
The New Zealand International Convention Centre and an adjoining hotel is being funded by SkyCity, to the tune of $470 million.
The National Business Review • The gallery will celebrate with a weekend of exhibitions and artist projects.
Earthquake-damaged Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu will reopen to visitors on December 19.
Stuff • Christchurch tallest post-quake apartment complex is about to take shape opposite Cranmer Square.
Christchurch's tallest post-quake apartment complex is about to take shape opposite Cranmer Square.
The New Zealand Herald • The Bay of Plenty's building boom is going gangbusters with building consent levels hitting a record high of more than $683 million. - New Zealand Herald
In the 10 months to October this year the Tauranga City Council and the Western Bay of Plenty District Council issued $137.9 million more in consents than any year since Priority One records began in 2003 - a 25 per cent increase in the value of consents issued.
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