Reports of rats marauding the fringes of Christchurch's residential red zone and beyond have some residents crying plague.
Ken Keir was happy when he was paid out $113,000 by the Earthquake Commission after the February 2011 quake.
Any doubts Paulette Barr had about confronting Prime Minister John Key over her insurance woes have diminished after some welcome news.
More than three years after the big quakes, people are still not keen to go back into town. Some have never returned.
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has confirmed it is investigating three separate cases of alleged rebuild-related fraud in Christchurch.
City councillors are holding off giving the Anglican Church a grant to fix an old school building until they get more information about what its plans are for the other historic buildings it owns, including the Cathedral.
The Fire Service is treating two fires at red-zoned properties in Christchurch as suspicious.
The Green Party has proposed a massive $462M overhaul of Christchurch's transport infrastructure.
Four years and 88 house assessments since the September 2010 earthquake, Gavin Johnstone is still fighting to have his Mairehau home repaired.
NZ First leader Winston Peters has accused the Government of deceit on the cost of the Christchurch rebuild and on foreign land ownership.
Engineering projects across Queensland have had to be reassessed after a fake engineer, who worked on the CTV building that collapsed in the 2011 Christchurch earthquake, worked on them using a fake name and qualifications.
The Christ Church Cathedral is the emblem of the city it stands in but its future looks bleak. A restoration expert, an architect and an architectural historian tell that it is too valuable to be demolished.
A magnitude 3.8 quake has been recorded near Christchurch.
Double amputee Stacey Herbert still dreams of walking down the aisle.
Poor workmanship, broken promises, constantly changing staff, unpaid bills and lack of progress on new builds.
The Government will fund and own Christchurch's new convention centre, with private partners taking care of the surrounding precinct.
After bumping into the Prime Minister, Paulette Barr decided she needed to tell him her endless wait for her quake damaged home.
Stranges Lane and its three new restaurants opened early this morning without a hitch - despite hail on the tables.�
Taxpayers will contribute $284 million to the Christchurch Convention Centre due to open in 2017.
Paulette Barr could see no end to wearing coats and beanies inside her cold, quake-damaged home, so she took her case to Prime Minister John Key.
Plenary Conventions, Ngai Tahu Property and Christchurch's Carter Group will design and build the convention centre, the Government has announced today.�
Newstalk ZB's Chris Lynch speaks to Sir Bob Jones about his new book, "No Punches Pulled"
A tearful Paulette Barr approached the Prime Minister John Key at Westfield Mall in Riccarton this morning, pleading for help in a cold, liquefaction-hammered home, with no skirting boards.
Christchurch's tallest office tower has been sold and will become a major hotel.
Christchurch homeowners could now be waiting until 2017 before their earthquake-damaged homes are rebuilt.
Architect Patrick Sloan says to see Christchurch as a broken city after returning from China to join architecture practice Warren and Mahoney has been distressing.
At first glance, the news that the Christchurch City Council has found another $400 million hole in its finances as it confronts the post-quake rebuild might not seem such a blow.
Eighty percent of the businesses impacted by earthquakes have received payouts, but Labour says many remain in limbo.
The Government is dodging questions about a report it commissioned to review an audit of the Christchurch City Council's financial position.
The Christchurch rebuild keeps fuelling the labour market, with the Canterbury unemployment rate plummeting to 2.8 per cent in the June quarter.
Newstalk ZB's Chris Lynch speaks to Paul McNoe, Chief Executive of Red Bus, about the new commuter bus service being considered from Oxford to Christchurch
Christchurch developers are shying away from using base isolation technology, which protects buildings against earthquake damage, as they seek to reduce costs.
After the Christchurch earthquake, Cliff Mitton's home was red-zoned, but finally things are looking up for the Cantabrian, three-years on.
More than 100 tonnes of building waste are being airlifted off the Port Hills as part of Christchurch's first helicopter-assisted demolition.
Sol Square is becoming a black hole in Christchurch's recovering central city.
A group of Filipino carpenters recruited to work in Christchurch's rebuild had no work when they arrived and had to rely on charity to get by.
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