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  • High value for smaller outlay in central city

    A modern, freehold commercial property on High St in Auckland’s CBD is for sale, offering an ideal opportunity for smaller-scale investors in a tightly-held location.

  • Buyers circle for conveyor belt supplier’s premises

    The large industrial property housing a leading supplier of commercial conveyor belts and roofing products has been rolled out for sale.

  • New childcare centre in wealthy suburb boasts long-term lease

    A new childcare centre, prominently placed in the wealthy Auckland suburb of Coatesville, offers the opportunity to secure a stake in one of the country’s most sought-after asset classes.

  • Service station in prime southern spot

    Occupying a high-profile corner site with significant road exposure, a service station with a blue-chip tenant in Otago is sure to grab the attention of buyers looking to acquire a prime asset with long-term upside.

  • Warkworth site next suburb at northern edge?

    A strategic growth plan for Warkworth creates opportunities for rural landowners, with the sale of a substantial landholding tipped as the region’s next residential suburb.

  • Eight-time world rally champion Sebastian Ogier has proven his part-time status means nothing at Rally New Zealand.

  • Waste Mgmt takeover wins OIO approval

    The Overseas Investment Office has approved the sale of the Waste Management New Zealand business to international investment firm Igneo Infrastructure Partners.

  • Fathers ’n’ sons name of the game in NRL final

    Arthur and Cleary — they’re the two surnames set to rewrite the NRL history books in tomorrow night’s grand final showdown in Sydney.

  • Florida reels as Ian moves on

    Rescue crews piloted boats and waded through inundated streets yesterday to save thousands of Floridians trapped amid flooded homes and shattered buildings left by Hurricane Ian, which crossed into the Atlantic Ocean and churned toward South Carolina.

  • Albany mall jewellery store robbedHundreds of shoppers fled as a masked group robbed a jewellery store at a mall in Auckland last night. Westfield Albany confirmed a group of men ran into the mall and smashed cabinets at the Michael Hill Jeweller store. A witness said they heard a loud bang near the food court just before 7pm before seeing “hundreds of people” running out of the mall. Earlier this week, police arrested 14 young people after a spate of aggravated robberies in Auckland and Waikato. Auckland City police arrested six people after an aggravated robbery at St Lukes Mall last week. Offenders wearing masks and carrying batons targeted Stewart Dawson’s, smashing glass cabinets and grabbing jewellery before fleeing. About $371,000 worth of jewellery was reportedly stolen from the store.Serious crash in CanterburyOne person was last night in a serious condition after a crash in Rangitata, South Canterbury. St John paramedics confirmed one person had been taken to Christchurch Hospital by helicopter. Police said the two-vehicle crash occurred about 3.30pm at the intersection of State Highway 1 and Looker Rd. A witness described seeing a black Holden saloon, and a red double-cab ute, the latter so badly damaged he “couldn’t even tell the make of it — that’s how bad it was”. He said a smoking car engine had flown into the middle of the road after the crash and another bystander was “holding onto a body” on the side of the road. Fatalities were unconfirmed last night.

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