Carpentry apprentices compete

North and east Auckland budding apprentices battled it out over the weekend in a practical that challenged their tool maintenance, time-keeping, and building expertise. Nine...

DDL Homes receivership: Deposits safe say receivers

Buyers of homes in a new development in Flat Bush have been told by receivers their deposits are safe and that their contracts with...

Road connection slashes commuting time 

A new one kilometre stretch of road has opened at Bremner Ridge. Templeton Group has opened the short stretch of new road which links Flat Bush School Road...

3000 homes planned in Beachlands

A Beachlands development will include about 3000 dwellings as well as commercial, retail, education and open space amenities once fully developed. Beachlands South Limited Partnership...

FMA orders stop order on Flat Bush scheme

The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) - Te Mana Tātai Hokohoko - has issued an interim stop order on a scheme linked to a Flat Bush...

February ‘better than expected’

An owner of a real estate company says that the February property statistics are better than expected. The Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ)'s...

Periodic vs fixed-term tenancies

On February 11, 2021, changes made to the Residential Tenancies Act came into force. One of the changes is that any fixed-term Tenancy Agreement...

“Market remains relatively resilient,” real estate boss says

The latest Real Estate Institute of New Zealand report indicates a spike of median house prices last month. The Real Estate Institute of New Zealand...

Commissioners hear opposition to reserves’ sale

Dozens of people who oppose revoking the reserve status of three east Auckland public parks so they can be sold have finally had the...

Ngai Tai artwork unveiled

A large-scale film etched work on acrylic by contemporary Auckland artist Reuben Kirkwood is taking viewers on a visual journey, exploring the connection of...

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