The failure of building company Stonewood Homes this week followed a depressingly familiar pattern.
Tourism in Canterbury has bounced back to pre-earthquake levels, but damaged parts of the region are still missing the crest of the tourist wave.
Tourism in Canterbury has bounced back to pre-earthquake levels but damaged parts of the region are still missing the crest of the tourist wave.
Accommodation for up to 51 rebuild workers will be built behind a Christchurch marae.
With fancy renovations completed just weeks earlier, Daryl and Tara Hewitt were readying their beautifully reworked house for a home and garden tour.
Press Release: Cameron Preston
The man who tipped a chocolate and flour mixture over Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee lost his son in the February 2011 earthquake.
The man who allegedly tipped a chocolate and flour mixture over Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee lost his son in the February 2011 earthquake.
Originally posted on : I’m a mental health nurse and I know how challenging the role can be at the best of times. So when Canterbury DHB announced that, because of funding cuts being forced on them by…
A Christchurch family who moved to Blenheim following the Canterbury earthquakes, says the move has allowed them to heal and get on with their lives.
A man has been charged with assault after allegedly pouring a "brown substance" over Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee.
Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee has had a "brown substance" poured over his head by a protestor who said "this is for you", according to reports.
As central Christchurch fell to the violent earthquake on February 22, 2011, Daniel Tobin - a videographer for The Press - headed into the shattered city.
Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee has had a "brown substance" poured over his head, according to reports.
Press Release: Ministry for Culture and Heritage
Chris Lynch is a journalist and host of Newstalk ZB's Christchurch morning programme, which you can hear 8.30am weekday mornings. Cloudy skies managed to block the bright Canterbury sun this aft
Monday, 22 February 2016,
The live blog has now ended.
They rose as one, but this was no standing ovation at 12.51pm on Hagley Oval.
Prime Minister John Key says he has sympathy for the thousands of Canterbury homeowners still struggling with insurance issues five years on from the February 2011 earthquake.
Megumi Horita's father is still waiting for answers.
Four years ago we asked readers to tell us about the first text message they sent or received on February 22, 2011, after the earthquake.
Estuary Fest – a home grown festival of fun for you, the kids and everyone on Saturday 5 March, 1pm to 5pm at McCormacks Bay Reserve. Estuary Fest celebrates our […]
Kody Owen knows his birthday is special, but not exactly why.
On the fifth anniversary of the devastating Christchurch earthquake we take you on a live tour of the central city.
Follow live updates below from the Civic Memorial Service, which remembers the 185 victims of the February 22, 2011, Christchurch earthquake.
Press Release: New Zealand Government
Canterbury five year anniversary statement
Hon Steven Joyce
As Christchurch’s new education network rises from the rubble, Education Minister Hekia Parata has praised all those involved in shepherding Christchurch’s kids through extremely difficult times.
Numbers are funny things aren't they.
The tradition of placing fresh blooms in the top of road cones still continues.
Minister for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Gerry Brownlee says the people of Canterbury can be enormously proud of what they have achieved in the past five years.
Grief is hard any time of the year but for Marg Stocker her birthdays over the last five years have been overshadowed by her husband Neil's death.
Photographer Iain McGregor says he would always save a life before taking a photograph.
Anne Tolley | Canterbury Earthquake Recovery
The incredible thing about significant events is that most of us remember what we were doing and where we were when they happened.
The 2011 collapse of Christchurch's CTV building was one of the worst engineering failures in New Zealand history.It took only 20 seconds for the six-storey office block to be shaken to the ground -
Thousands of flowers are being sent out to sites around the city for Monday's River of Flowers commemoration.
A new initiative encouraging members of the public to undertake volunteering work has been described as a "legacy and tribute to Christchurch".
Cantabrians are less worried about another big earthquake hitting the region now than they were in 2012, a new study shows.
I stand here today in support of all of those in Christchurch still waiting for recovery. Five years on and still fighting for your rights. I commend you for your fortitude- for many this has become the battle of a …
Organisers of a protest in Christchurch's cathedral square this afternoon are calling for an external review of the way the Earthquake Commission has handled claims.Almost 1,000 Christchurch residents attended today's rally around...
OPINION: Leading up to the fifth anniversary of the Canterbury February 2011 earthquakes, more earthquakes and media coverage have jolted Canterbury and its recovery back into the headlines.
On the eve of the fifth anniversary of the 2011 earthquake, more than 1000 homeowners gathered in Christchurch's Cathedral Square in a show of solidarity.
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