Property editor, NZ Herald
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Tumbles, trips, cuts, sprains, falls, gashes, slips happened in 107 days.
Honoured with a national award, responsible for 35 outstanding vintages.
First home buyer activity has been hit particularly hard.
All 966 suburbs covered by CoreLogic's latest data recorded an increase in median values.
Twelve apartments planned for site vacant for some years.
Offers of more than $1.1 million are being sought for home at Amberley.
Christchurch's earthquakes continue to offer huge opportunities for the company.
Kayaking, adventure, pools, Snowplanet, bungy jumps, skydiving, wine tours are available.
All previous records have been eclipsed.
Data shows whether the new rules have had an impact on the investment category.
"This is a shocking indictment on the failure of the system" - barrister John Waymouth
Curious twists, turns in largest commercial property sale of 2021: here's why
"Our infrastructure is poor. We have under-invested for decades."
The areas seeing the biggest increases.
His behaviour, therefore, amounted to disgraceful - tribunal decision on Desmond Kan
"Low interest rates have been the single biggest driver of this housing boom."
"The 4500 mark has been the closest we have been in the queue" - Peppercorn.
The MIQ lottery has seen Jacynta Walsh's hopes dashed.
Built 2014, demolished 2020: disposable retail takes on new meaning on this site.
Kalmar is due to be finished in Parnell by 2023.
ANZ and ASB forecast prices to drop 4 per cent this year.
Apartments planned for prominent corner site behind cathedral
"The Olympics were fascinating, a great distraction ... seeing Lisa Carrington ..."
"People unpacked and chose to come back" - Kylie Mooney, MC chief executive.