Trilogy pays $13.8m for stake in fellow NZ beauty business
Skincare and fragrance company Trilogy International is buying the majority of Christchurch-based beauty products maker Lanocorp.
© 2017 RadioNZ 11:15am Powerhouse calls special meeting to dump Blair Bryant as a director
Powerhouse Ventures has called a special meeting of shareholders to vote on removing Blair Bryant from the board of the ASX-listed, Christchurch-based technology incubator because its former chairman hasn't left voluntarily since it was made public that h
© 2017 sharechat.co.nz 8:45am Ratepayer-backed investment by Canterbury Development Corporation going south
The Powerhouse Ventures shares held by Christchurch City Council's investment and development arm Canterbury Development Corporation continue to fall in value.
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 9:35pm British mini-mart in Christchurch takes on food giant Sanitarium over Weetabix
A Christchurch mini-mart owner is going head-to-head with food giant Sanitarium over its staunch stance against rivals selling similarly-named foods.
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 8:45pm Somerset staffer Jeremy Curwin appointed Canterbury Cricket chief
Jeremy Curwin will swap Taunton's County Ground for Christchurch's Hagley Oval.
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 7:05pm Christchurch City Council frowns on anti-loitering bylaw for Riccarton
When a Christchurch community board came up with an anti-loitering bylaw to bring back some law and order to a notorious bus stop, they thought they were on to a winner.
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz 5:25pm NZ to deliver air traffic control services for Pacific nations
Airways New Zealand will continue to deliver air traffic control services to Niue, Samoa, the Cook Islands, and the Kingdom of Tonga after the contract was re-signed in Christchurch today, Transport Minister Simon Bridges says.
© 2017 voxy.co.nz Wed 3:55pm Christchurch street rapist Elijah Coker the son of one-punch killing victim
A man who raped a drunk 15-year-old girl in a Christchurch street spiralled out of control and into drug use after his father was killed in a one-punch manslaughter case.
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz Wed 2:05pm The Changeover: Classic Kiwi YA novel gets a creepy cinematic do-over
Some movie stars come to New Zealand for the adventure, others for the spectacular scenery. Not Timothy Spall. First thing he does when he's here for work is take advantage of our cheap underwear. Speaking for the first time about his time in Christchurch last Spring making an adaptation of Margaret Mahy's Carnegie Medal-winning 1984 book The Changeover, the 60-year-old admits that his top priority upon arriving here was heading to the place where "everyone gets a bargain". "Yes, It seems I come to New Zealand every 14 years," the avuncular Battersea-born Spall says , referring to previous visits to make an ad (which never aired) and The Last Samurai. "And I always go straight to The Warehouse and buy a load of pants."
© 2017 Stuff.co.nz Wed 1:15pm