The Government has approved $138 million funding for the next round of repairs of Christchurch schools.
It used to be that a memorial was a list of names on a plaque, a statue on a plinth, a place to lay wreaths. New Zealand towns are dotted with them, war memorials to local sons who did not come home.
Christchurch slum landlord Craig Skilling intends to go straight with a new accommodation business catering for mental health patients.
Barbara Byers always believed in insurance. Her faith just needed a boost.
The Supreme Court's decision on compensation for the Quake Outcasts and their fellow red-zoners hinges on one point: that their insurance status should not be a "determinative factor" in their compensation offer.
Asbestos being removed from Christchurch's residential red zone does not pose a health hazard, the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (Cera) says.
The group's plight, extended to them, in fact started nearly four years ago, but their case was a slow burner.
A group of Christchurch red-zoners have won a court decision to be properly compensated for their quake-damaged properties.
Each person in Canterbury lost 150 days of "healthy life" in the aftermath of the February earthquake, new research claims.
Family support has saved Antony Gough's The Terrace development in central Christchurch.
Described as new heart for central Christchurch, a glossy $140 million precinct called The Crossing is the latest big development announced for the city.
Christchurch is one step closer to getting an all-ages playground in the city centre.
Four years on from the February 22 earthquake, the change is tangible for people of my specific age group.
After more than three years without a cinema, North Canterbury residents will finally be able to take a trip to the pictures again.
Dux Central is weeks away from opening as Christchurch's innovation precinct takes shape.
Public submissions on the future of Victoria Square are open.
A historical church in Sydenham was controversially demolished more than four years ago. PHILIP MATTHEWS asks, when will someone tidy it up?
An interim director for the Christchurch Central Development Unit (CCDU) has been announced ahead of the departure of current leader Warwick Isaacs.
Tony Bennett is among the majority of Port Hills red zoners to accept compensation for his earthquake-damaged home.
A third new pool complex is being proposed for Christchurch's eastern suburbs.
Construction in Canterbury is at record levels with the peak yet to come.
A date for the implosion of Christchurch's former police station has not been confirmed, despite social media reports suggesting otherwise.
Construction in Canterbury is at record levels, with almost $4 billion worth of construction work done last year.
Thieves are stealing thousands of dollars worth of tools from building sites, disguising them with a fresh coat of paint and then selling them back into the rebuild.
Nathan Durkin looked up from unsuccessfully trying to resuscitate a badly injured person during the Christchurch earthquake and saw a group of school pupils looking on.
An old white weatherboard home on a sheltered eastern slope in Cashmere, Christchurch, had already been extensively renovated when Liam and Judith Walshe bought it 15 years ago.
Prime Minister John Key says shoddy repair work on quake-damaged Canterbury homes is "worrying" and any repairs not up to par should be fixed.
One in five Earthquake Commission (EQC) staff are paid more than $100,000 a year.
It is a race against time as Billy Wilson tries to save tool and garden sheds in the residential red zone from demolition.
The Christchurch City Council is considering closing the popular South Brighton Holiday Park because of the high cost of fixing the quake-damaged land and buildings.
How not to begin an interview. Suggest to a distinguished ex-High Court judge - and current chair of the Press Council - that he might be Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee's political puppet.
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