Christchurch: From the Streets is exactly that: a street level view of us, four years on.
Probably the most important earthquake book so far was launched on August 31 but it's safe to predict that it won't be the best-selling.
The rebuilt Knox Church will be open in time for Christmas services this year.
Australians, our closest neighbours, are arriving in larger numbers wanting to "avago" in the Christchurch rebuild.
The Christchurch City Council hopes to have a better idea of the cost of conserving the quake-damaged Town Hall by early next year.
A scheme dangling a $3000 carrot for jobless to relocate to Canterbury for work has had a five-fold surge in takers in the past two months.
A community hall and war memorial will be repaired after receiving almost $200,000 from the Christchurch Earthquake Mayoral Relief Fund.
Shihad boys Tom, Karl and Phil talks to Newstalk ZB's Chris Lynch about their live performance here in Christchurch and being broadcast by Sky TV
Performer Ali Harper talks to Newstalk ZB's Chris Lynch about her new production coming in October called Bombshells.
How is Christchurch faring? Four years after the first major earthquake shook us awake in the early hours and with another general election looming, it's time to look at the big picture again.
A new multimillion-dollar 300-bed backpackers in Bealey Avenue will help replace accommodation lost in the earthquakes, a developer says.
The Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal by developers Islington Park against a High Court judgment on its insurance claims for damaged buildings at the old Islington freezing works site in Christchurch.
City Missioner Michael Gorman talks to Newstalk ZB's Chris Lynch about the rate of working class poor in the city.
Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee backtracked quickly last night after describing 250 earthquake claimants as "grumpy".
A former family bach in the red-zoned Port Hills will find a new life as sheep shearers' living quarters on far-flung Pitt Island.
Grazing flocks of sheep in Christchurch's abandoned red zone would be like sending lambs to the slaughter, advocates say.
Developers could be offered incentives to include art works in new developments as part of a scheme to generate work for Christchurch artists.
A Christchurch developer hopes the advisory group overseeing the Government's transition out of Christchurch's recovery will include "more than just politicians".
Law changes will give subcontractors greater security that they will get paid for work done, Building and Construction Minister Nick Smith says.
Chrissy Irivine is telling it like it is.
Ferrymead's new $35 million bridge is on schedule to be opened to traffic in April next year.
The son of a 64-year-old Christchurch man still using a bucket as a toilet is fundraising to fix his father's broken sewerage system.�
A review of the Earthquake Commission's handling of the privacy breach that revealed the details of all Canterbury claimants found the error could have been avoided.
Almost 20,000 complaints have been lodged with the Earthquake Commission (EQC) since the September 2010 quake.
Community leaders burned out by the earthquake recovery are being sought to take part in a supportive project aimed at keeping them healthy and active.
Canterbury's post-earthquake recovery should focus more on health and happiness, the manager of a major wellbeing initiative says.
As many pondered the fortune of a victimless September 2010 earthquake, David Lei remembered the quake's seemingly forgotten casualty.
Three earthquake recovery leaders declined to front because of grave security concerns and disapproval of the show's format.
A central-city property owner says he is being bullied out of his commercial building by a heavy-handed Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (Cera).
Hundreds of tired, frustrated Cantabrians have marked the fourth anniversary of the September 2010 earthquake standing shoulder to shoulder at Shirley Boys' High School.
It was September 3, 2010, when the papers changed hands.
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