Thursday, 16 May 2013, 2:51 pm
The Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority has closed areas in and around the site of the QEII Stadium in Christchurch after small amounts of asbestos piping were found buried there.
A service to provide Canterbury insurance policyholders with advice about their earthquake claims is to finally open on Thursday, but a government funded advocacy service appears out of the question for now.
The Government has increased spending in Christchurch – it's now up to $15 billion dollars. But is that money working?
A popular Christchurch campground has been given a reprieve, much to the relief of its 25 permanent residents who were told they must move out.
Gerry Brownlee | Budget 2013
The Government has increased its contribution to the Christchurch earthquake recovery by $2.1 billion.
Main Road Masterplan Mt Pleasant – Sumner Consultation Master planning for the Main Road corridor between Ferrymead Bridge and Marriner Street, Sumner is about to start. Workshop dates are Tuesday 28 [...]
Locked out of undamaged factory for 815 days and still counting…..
A homeowner in Christchurch, whose property is on damaged land, says it's unfair some will have to wait as long as 19 months for a payment from the Earthquake Commission.
Canterbury Employers Chamber of Commerce wants the Government to produce a detailed forecast of how the rebuilt Christchurch will look, to give more certainty about reinvesting in the city centre.
A Government-run advisory service for Cantabrians mired in insurance woes has opened.
The Government says more than 2000 properties have now been cleared in Christchurch's residential red zone following damaging earthquakes in 2010 and 2011.
A former project manager employed to work on the Christchurch rebuild has narrowly avoided jail.
The Government says it is "speeding up" its demolition process in order to clear 3000 residential red zone properties by the end of September.
The Government says it is "speeding up" its demolition process to clear 3000 residential red-zone properties by the end of September.
Business leaders are urging the Christchurch City Council to get the city's trams running as soon as possible, saying it will help boost New Regent St visitors.
Christchurch residents having difficulty with insurance claims, repairs and rebuilding will have a new tool from tomorrow.
Gerry Brownlee | Canterbury Earthquake Recovery
In a recent opinion piece in the Christchurch Press by public law specialist Mai Chen she states that “” (see ). This is so true! Her observation is directly related to something else I hold critical in the post earthquake phase of ‘recovery’ and the motivation behind why I keep writing this blog. That ‘something’ can be explained in one word –.
A Christchurch subdivision for 2000 houses has been given council approval but it's not yet known how much of the land will need remedial work.
Christchurch's mass of roadworks is taking a toll on the city's businesses, with the limited access for customers hitting trade and staff taking holidays because of the lack of work.
A giant subdivision of more than 2000 houses in an area bigger than Hagley Park has been given the go-ahead for north Christchurch.
The public have been given access to Cathedral Square on Tuesday for the first time in two years after the central city rebuild zone cordon was reduced.
The signals at the above intersections are flashing amber. We would suggest you use an alternative route. Expected resolution – within the next few hours.
The end to Christchurch's central city cordon draws nearer today, with the reopening of Cathedral Square.
A community development centre planned for 24 Walker Street in the inner city will provide resources to encourage citizen-led developments in Christchurch.
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