News and Publications

Property News: 20 May 2019

Owner hopeful farm may reopen: More hospital car parks on the way: Work buries reserve hopes: Mall shops flooded as rain lashes region

Property News: 13 May 2019

TDC counts cost of drought: Bay seawall setback 'sad': Maitai group wants controls: Dam 'legacy project' under way: Projects deferred because of cost

Property News: 6 May 2019

Apartments plan for Haven Road: 'Beautiful' new hospice open: House prices rise above NZ average: Retirees fuel new village developments

Property News: 29 April 2019

Volunteers allow hospice to bloom: Skifield 'still keen' on campsite: Volunteers get the lead out to help protect kea: School zones pushing up house prices: Putting a price on Pepin: Rising tides shape growth: Replanting at reserve after blaze: Dam's decline worries growers: Request to council puts walkers on easier path

Property News: 15 April 2019

Race to salvage trees: Library closed after fire: Cold storage firm meets rising demand: Stoke Library to close for maintenance: Construction squeeze hits works projects

Property News: 8 April 2019

Anxious wait over pay out: Retailers set up shop in Vanguard St: Community group to fight ‘McMall’ proposal: Nelson mall plan a ‘gutsy move’: ‘Entry level’ home values rise: A purpose-built home

Property News: 1 April 2019

New mall needs space: Bike park transfer 'on track': Council backs housing proposal: Waimea Water makes dam delivery pledges: 'Boutique' mall plan defended: Charges for Nelson landfill set to increase

Property News: 25 March 2019

Market's future to be decided: Natureland debate opened to public: Rates set to increase after plan tweaked: Welcome to Lindsay Williams: Welcome to Sam Ayers

Property News: 18 March 2019

Firefighting damage nears $2m: World-class apple packhouse 'as good as it gets': Consents delayed by lack of staff: Nelson air terminal so hot people feared 'heat-stroke': Marahau switching to natives: Fire recovery effort gets $1 million boost:

Property News: 11 March 2019

'Shack' renting for $300 a week "should be demolished'; Dam company appoints chief executive, directors; Tenants wait to know their fate; Landlords struggle with tradie shortage