Earthquake Commission (EQC) bosses have arrived at Parliament this morning after a "please explain" over the fate of vulnerable elderly people still waiting for repairs on their earthquake-damaged homes.
Labour MPs are outraged that the Earthquake Commission accessed emails they sent on behalf of constituents so its minister could use the information to take political potshots.
A humiliated Gerry Brownlee has apologised to Labour MPs he sledged over their workrate on behalf of earthquake victims and says he feels let down by EQC.
These questions were asked in December 2012, following answers received from Richard Braddell 1 Feb 2013.
Today CIAS (Canterbury Insurance Assistance Service) officially signed and MoU with EQC.
The Insurance Council's defending the time it's taking to complete expensive rebuilds and repairs.
When Justine Cooke began setting up a room for her new baby it did not feel permanent.
Still not sorted, claims from the September earthquake of 2010, three and a half years on.
The Earthquake Commission is two-thirds of the way through repairing houses damaged by the 2010 and 2011 Canterbury earthquakes in a contract managed by Fletcher Building.
Gerry Brownlee | Canterbury Earthquake Recovery
A mother whose baby was killed in the Christchurch earthquake wants the Earthquake
An empty lot and overgrown weeds mark the spot where a Heathcote Valley cottage sat since the 1860s - like a memorial to a Christchurch couple's insurance woes.
The Earthquake Commission has not met its obligations to provide Canterbury residents with information in a timely manner, a report from the Ombudsman has found.
Three weeks after meeting at the Cardboard Cathedral more than 60 home owners have signed up with law firm Anthony Harper to join the EQC group action, with more people joining up every day.
The Earthquake Commission (EQC) has been accused of breaking the law by taking more than 150 days to answer a formal information request.
About six weeks ago when Rosemary Nolan fell sick and thought she was going to die, she started worrying that her family might have to deal with her earthquake wrangles.
Blogger may have to pay court costs after found he was in breach of confidence.
The Christchurch City Council is trying to reach a global settlement with the Earthquake Commission (EQC) so it can speed up the repair and rebuild of its quake-damaged social housing units.
Around two hundred people turned up to the Cardboard Cathedral this evening with a view to joining legal proceedings against EQC. Law firm Anthony Harper called the meeting following a strong response to their recent call for interested homeowners to unite to take on EQC.
Law firm Anthony Harper has received strong support for a possible group action against EQC.
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