Ratepayers may have to pay more of the cost of fixing Christchurch's broken roads and pipes as the city council concedes it is unlikely to get more Government funding.
Sports organisations have reacted angrily to suggestions the metro sport facility might not need indoor netball courts.
Be careful. Our winter air contains more than just germs and greeblies. You could also catch happiness.
Car yards on a stretch of Moorhouse Ave are frustrated with hundreds of road cones keeping buyers at bay, hurting sales and threatening jobs.
JOIN THE PETITITION HERE The Chief Ombudsman has today confirmed a final opinion that the Ministers’ have broken the law, and continue to break the law.
Christchurch's convention centre is "highly unlikely" to be built by 2018 and the metro sports facility site has asbestos issues.
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway has bought a “3.7 percent stake in Insurance Australia Group (IAG) for 500 million Australian dollars ($388 million) as part of a partnership that IAG said would reduce its capital requirements and support its return on …
The civil engineer behind the Canterbury Television building which collapsed in the killer 2011 Christchurch earthquake has been cleared of misleading New Zealand's professional engineering body.The Institution of Professional Engineers...
Engineer Alan Reay has escaped sanction after being found not to have mislead an industry body over his links to the Canterbury Television (CTV) building.
Construction of a major central Christchurch residential development was due to start two months ago, but the developers have not yet applied for building consents.
Christchurch City Council wants feedback from residents in the Dudley Creek area and the wider community on three proposed options for downstream, long-term remediation work on Dudley Creek.
Many home owners missed their opportunity to submit an appeal against the Christchurch City Council (CCC) District Plan and challenge their property's zoning.
Police investigating the 2011 collapse of the Canterbury Television (CTV) building which killed more than 100 people have executed four search warrants.Documents and items of interest were seized, Detective Superintendent Peter...
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Christchurch's Westende House will be demolished in two weeks.
Documents and items of interest have been seized by police as part of an investigation into the collapse of the CTV building.Four search warrants, which Detective Superintendent Peter Read says form part of the ongoing investigation,...
A review into the quality of Canterbury's earthquake repairs has been called a "whitewash" after the Government allowed insurers to choose which homes could be looked at.
SCIRT comments The project which includes Mt Pleasant Road footpath repairs is currently being designed. According to these designs, approximately 80 metres of footpath from 170 Mt Pleasant Road upward […]
Christchurch's Isaac Theatre Royal and three buildings in the Rangi Ruru Girls' School redevelopment have won top prizes in the 2015 Property Council New Zealand and Rider Levett Bucknall Awards.
Another icon from Christchurch city's past is almost gone, with the demolition of the Camelot Hotel in Cathedral Square due to finish this week.
The St Albans Pool and Pavilion group has lodged a resource consent to build two outdoor heated pools and associated buildings at 43a Edgeware Road, on the site of the pool demolished by the Christchurch City Council in 2006. Unlike …
In a bid to do something about the safety of St Albans School children crossing Cranford St at Westminster St the city council has come up with a plan that will: Reduce the number of car parks outside the new …
The spectacularly rebuilt and restored Isaac Theatre Royal, has taken out two prestigious awards at the 2015 Property Council New Zealand and Rider Levett Bucknall Awards held in Auckland last night.
SCIRT invites you to a “Thank You” morning tea SCIRT would like to shout morning tea on Monday morning to celebrate with you the completion of the three laning project and to inform […]
An ex-pat Kiwi's photographs of post-quake Christchurch have thrown the rebuild into sharp relief.
Central city tenants Alex Nicholls and Victoria Wilby loved living in their sunny cottage.
Well there I was, feeling like a funeral gatecrasher, parked up in front of the city council's live stream, pondering what fate would befall Kilmore Street's grey and grizzled behemoth.
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Christchurch City Council is committed to engaging with residents over the development of the Eastern Recreation and Sport Centre on QEII Park, Mayor Lianne Dalziel says.
Christchurch City Council has today (Thursday 11 June) agreed to fully restore the Town Hall.
After years of delays and heartache with her earthquake insurance claim, Christchurch homeowner Pip Coory has decided to take a stand.
Christchurch's convention centre was delayed despite the Government releasing money to make it happen faster, official documents show.
City councillors will be asked to confirm the August 2013 decision to spent $127.5 million on fully repairing and restoring the 1972 heritage-listed Christchurch Town Hall, which has been closed since it was damaged in the Canterbury earthquakes.
Acting chief executive of the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority John Ombler has rejected assertions that Cera is facing because of staff departures.
After , earthquake-hit Christchurch couple Steve and Sasha Bell are getting a temporary respite.
Christchurch needs social housing for singles and solo parents to address dire post-earthquake shortages, the Government says.
Christchurch City Council is proposing wide-ranging changes to its organisation structure to make it more accessible for the community and to reduce bureaucracy.
A public hearing about the preliminary draft Lyttelton Port Recovery Plan starts today.
Residents can now report issues such as overflowing rubbish bins and pot holes instantly to Christchurch City Council from their mobile phones.
Answers to our questions “being reconsidered by MBIE after further information from EQC” Canterbury Claimants Christchurch, New Zealand 7 Jun 2015
The Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (Cera) is losing dozens of staff members, prompting fears of a leadership "black hole".
Work to fully restore Christchurch's Town Hall could begin this month after an independent business case backed a $127.5 million repair.
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