Otakaro's "An Accessible City" project is so painfully slow-going, that a passing glacier could out-pace it.
A flat housing market is threatening plans for high-density living in parts of Christchurch.
The Anglican diocese has a $320 million empire of cash and properties, but it cannot be used to fund the $100m Christ Church Cathedral restoration.
The past six years have seen most central Christchurch buildings repaired, rebuilt, replaced, or at the very leased, tidily demolished.
It is the kind of plan where everybody seems to win.
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