Christchurch's east frame housing project will help pump life back into the CBD, the city's mayor says as a new report highlights the area's slow recovery.
Two of Christchurch's oldest buildings in the process of being restored now need tenants or a new owner.
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OPINION: What to do with abandoned red zone land in Christchurch is still unresolved. Conventional housing has been ruled out, while improving the land to reinstate it for housing would be inordinately expensive.
Christchurch's commercial rebuild is set to peak in the next year as delayed public projects finally take off.
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The Residential Advisory Service (Ras) is telling earthquake claimants to get in before it is too late. Some insurers can claim their Limitations Act defence against litigation as of September 4. A Ras spokesman said claimants still dealing with EQC should contact their private insurer if there was even a chance their claim could go over cap......
When Georgia Scott talks about the terrifying moment her family escaped the fire that destroyed their Christchurch home just hours after they moved in, she smiles politely but her shaking hands tell a different story.
Synod members are being told by Anglican leaders that the rebuild of the Christ Church Cathedral will take twice as long and cost about $20 million more than previously agreed.
The Residential Advisory Service (Ras) is telling earthquake claimants to get in before it is too late.
The Christchurch Art Gallery has launched an ambitious $1 million fundraising campaign to buy a sculpture by a celebrated international artist.
Overpaid Earthquake Commission (EQC) claimants will hold on to their extra money.
Transient children have hit record numbers in low-income schools as the housing crisis forces more renting families to move house repeatedly.Numbers are still low, but the latest Ministry of Education data shows that 2.8 per cent...
OPINION: We're fast approaching the five-year anniversary of the release of the 100 Day Plan.
New Zealand is home to rugby, kiwis (the bird), Kiwis (the people) and pavlova. It's also home to a lot of Toyota Corollas.
Frances Horton is one of nearly 10,000 North Shore drivers who own the region's most popular car - a Toyota Corolla.
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Contractors have begun work on the interior of Christchurch's new Justice Building.
The new Christchurch Metro Sports Facility site is likely the biggest land remediation project in New Zealand history.
Canterbury's Residential Advisory Service (RAS) will continue until the end of this year.
New legislation could help reinstate much of the ailing Christ Church Cathedral within seven years, the Government says.
A major earthquake conference is back on the agenda after being cancelled late last year.
The last unaccounted for vacant space in Christchurch's Cathedral Square has been sold and will be developed.
A decision on whether Christchurch City Council funding will be offered to help restore Christ Church Cathedral has not been released, after on Friday.
Statements claiming Christchurch's quake-hit streets have been repaired are "premature", a city business leader says.
Victoria Square's Bowker Fountain has been removed for repairs as restoration work on the quake-damaged Christchurch park ramp up.
A Christchurch family caught in an insurance nightmare are pleading with the Earthquake Commission (EQC) for help after near misses with concrete falling from their roof.
Shand's Emporium â ye olde curiosity shoppe, formerly of 88 Hereford St and the oldest wooden commercial building in Christchurch â is to remain in town. Saved, finally.
An old Masonic lodge and former studio for Canterbury artist could become a micro-brewery, offices or shops after it goes through a massive restoration.
Containers blocking views of Christchurch's historic former Public Trust Office building have been removed as its new owners plan repairs.
Music has filled the Town Hall for the first time since 2011, but it is uncertain when the venue will be ready for Christchurch audiences.
The future residents of Christchurch took centre stage today to present their ideas for the Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor.
A purple theatre shaped like a bulbous spaceship could be landing in central Christchurch.
We can confirm today that Chief Executive Peter Jensen will be stepping down in late September to take up the position of Chief Executive of Addington Raceway. Recruitment for his replacement will start immediately.
Insurers may soon act as agents for all Earthquake Commission (EQC) claims and the body's claim cap may increase to $150,000, but not include household contents.
Christchurch businesses hit hard by constant roadworks could get help from the council, with one councillor suggesting rates rebates.
Earthquake damage could be hiding under the floors of pre-1970s homes in Christchurch, an earthquake lawyer says.
The first block of Christchurch's south frame development is now open to the public.
A review to the Earthquake Commission (EQC) Act could raise the amount of natural disaster cover from $100,000 per claim to $150,000, but would no longer cover household contents.
Contractors working on the Metro Sports Facility in Christchurch have discovered a displaced piece of an historic church.
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Christchurch is entering its "Goldilocks" years with the rebuild and economy in just the right place to give the city a boost.
The "world's largest" eco village could be established in Christchurch's residential red zone (RRZ), a sustainability academic says.
Labour is promising to invest $100 million in Christchurch's public transport, including adding commuter rail between Rolleston and the city.
A Treasury report into major government projects indicates "significant issues" with the Christchurch justice and emergency services precinct development.
Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel said she was "blindsided" when a decision on the future of the cathedral was referred to the Anglican synod.
New Brighton's new seaside playground and children's pools should be ready for childhood frolics by Christmas.
Christchurch mayor Lianne Dalziel says if there is to be any certainty on the Christ Church Cathedral's future, the Anglican Church's synod must vote in favour of restoration.At Thursday's city council meeting Dalziel said there...
OPINION: Whether this is the right time to spend $11.2 million on New Brighton's pools project is a classic chicken or egg dilemma.
A Kaiapoi couple want help finding the mystery contractors who were exposed to asbestos and contaminated their home and possessions after working at the wrong house.
Christchurch's tram route may once again run down to lower High St and could extend even further in the future.
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