Hundreds of people are expected to express their frustration over earthquake insurance delays at a protest rally in Christchurch on Sunday .
It could be a couple of months until work restarts on The Terrace project in central Christchurch.
The Valentines Day earthquake wore at Christchurch's nerves but not its spirit.
Despite dealing with thousands of earthquakes in the last five years Cantabrians have never lost their sense of humour. We look back over five years of quirky quake moments.
It seems to be business as usual in Christchurch following yesterday's 5.7 magnitude earthquake.The telecommunications system was mostly unaffected with Chorus and Vodafone reporting no network outages. Spark reported that 34 of...
The pattern of Canterbury quakes is tending east with future quakes likely to be offshore, says an earthquake engineer.
Developers on some of central Christchurch's big building projects have hit the pause button as they check their sites after the Valentines Day earthquake.
It had been almost five years since Geoff Horn and his partner left Christchurch in the aftermath of the February earthquake.
Chris Lynch is a journalist and host of Newstalk ZB's Christchurch morning programme, which you can hear 8.30am weekday mornings. The all too familiar exhausted feeling of frazzled nerves and ad
Christchurch continued to rattle overnight with Geonet recording 25 aftershocks above magnitude 2.0 in 12 hours.
It began with a rumble and a shudder, then hit with the disorienting, distressing, and disabling force that only a magnitude 5.7 earthquake can.
One of Canterbury's biggest home builders is seeking fresh investment and has warned customers of potential building delays.
Christchurch will be getting a convention centre, the city's mayor says.
Kaiapoi residents got a taste of the future last week when the Waimakariri District Council for how the more than 850 red-zoned properties in the town will be put to use.
Canterbury's earthquake boss has cast major doubt on whether Christchurch's long-awaited convention centre will be built.
Work will start soon on two new apartment towers offering million-dollar homes in Christchurch.
It is not just the big guys planning to build in Christchurch's emerging retail precinct.
Chinese New Year has fast become a more joyful and overtly expressive festivity in New Zealand than our own national birthday.
Some former red-zoned Canterbury homeowners may have the chance to buy back or lease their old sections but will not be able to rebuild on them.
Six companies have expressed an interest in project managing the construction of Christchurch's $300 million Metro Sports Facility.
A new hotel with 48 serviced apartments will be built in central Christchurch â replacing a collapsed luxury housing scheme.
The future of two Canterbury red-zone stayer strongholds are uncertain after a technical panel has found the areas too susceptible to sea level rise.
Construction has begun on another piece of Christchurch's new central shopping district â an eight-storey public car parking complex with shops below.
Just a quarter of Earthquake Commission (EQC) staff believe their organisation delivers on the promises it makes to customers.
Christchurch's popular Re:Start mall will be around for at least another year after the Government extended the lease for the temporary shopping development.
A central Christchurch bar will close its doors after being bought by the Government to make way for the city's proposed stadium.
One of Canterbury's most earthquake-damaged streets has been deemed "technically feasible" for new residential development.
The thousands of Christchurch homeowners who have yet to settle their earthquake claims need more help, Mayor Lianne Dalziel says.
Private insurers have paid out $16.7 billion in Christchurch for commercial and domestic earthquake claims, but more than 4600 homeowners are still awaiting settlement for major property damage.
Photojournalist Joseph Johnson, whose CBD photos featured last week, has turned his lens to the Christchurch's eastern suburbs.
OPINION: Back in 1920 the journal of the NZ Institute of Architects focused on the predicted architectural austerity of impending modernism.
Nearly five years after her brother died shielding her from falling rubble in Iconic bar during the big earthquake, Amy Cooney is back in her old job.
The fate of Christchurch's historic McLean's Mansion will soon be in the hands of new owners.
A new $50 million international science centre will be developed on central Christchurch's Durham Street law courts site.
Is it cost, fashion, or lack of imagination which has led to so many similar-looking concrete, glass and steel buildings going up in central Christchurch?
Government-owned insurer Southern Response is on the hunt for a new leader.
An international architecture consultancy firm wants Kiwi talent to help it innovate.
In a major breakthrough for Christchurch's Cathedral Square, the old BNZ House is coming down to make way for a major new development.
Sports House, one of the last remaining buildings at Christchurch's Queen Elizabeth II Park, is being demolished.
A 6-year-old Christchurch girl burnt her fingers on the metal slide at the Margaret Mahy Family Playground as the Government continues to "investigate options" for more shade cover.
The Government paid a lawyer $43,000 for an independent Christ Church Cathedral report, RNZ News reports.
Photojournalist Joseph Johnson has documented the ever-changing central city over summer.
OPINION: I was taken aback by a recent Stuff story expressing hope that .
Nearly half of Christchurch's earthquake-damaged Arts Centre will be open by the end of the year.
Stage one of a $150 million Christchurch riverfront office development is nearly three-quarters leased, with consulting engineers Aurecon and insurers Vero securing space.
The impacts of an earthquake remain long after a city has been rebuilt.
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