The Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority has placed cameras in the Christchurch's residential red zone with the aim of keeping remaining residents safe.
The opportunity for people to vote on which design they prefer for the Anglican cathedral in Christchurch has ended on Friday.
Vandals and thieves are jeopardising plans to recycle red-zoned homes in Christchurch.
Some older residents in parts of Christchurch say they feel they are having to deal with false information and broken promises when it comes to their earthquake repairs and payouts.
Officials are praising the work of camera operators monitoring red zones across Christchurch, after three thieves were caught in the act.
Some red zone residents in Christchurch have been granted an extension of two months to settle their property with the Crown.
The Commerce Commission is encouraging Cantabrians to think about how much they are willing to pay to get the region's electricity network back to pre-earthquake standards.
The body corporate representing the owners of the Heritage tower in central Christchurch has applied to the High Court to have the building demolished.
Torrential rain has exacerbated a Christchurch family's two-year battle to weather-proof their earthquake-damaged home.
Heavy rain has exacerbated a Christchurch family's two-year battle to weatherproof their earthquake-damaged home.
Spiralling construction costs are threatening redevelopment in central Christchurch, prompting calls for action to get prices down.
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has closed an investigation relating to the Christchurch rebuild.
The economy will lift growth to 3.6 per cent next year on the back of the Canterbury rebuild, rising house prices and a recovery from this year's drought, Westpac Bank forecasts.
The Serious Fraud Office says an investigation into the potential of fraud during the Christchurch rebuild has uncovered no evidence.
Some residents of Christchurch's red zone say the situation Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee has placed them in is unlawful and have taken their case to the High Court.
roup of self-proclaimed 'Quake Outcasts' are taking two high profile Government officials to court.
Engineers found to have breached professional standards could be barred from practising the same way doctors or teachers are.
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) says it has closed one investigation relating to the Christchurch rebuild.
A group of Christchurch red-zoners are fighting ''arbitrary and unreasonable'' compensation for their earthquake-damaged land in the High Court today.
Landlord Nick Hunt announced plans to build a new Briscoes store on his Salisbury St property back in 2011.
Post-quake recovery issues will dominate the agenda for Christchurch's next intake of city councillors.
A $50 million pool of cheaper finance for cash-limited Canterbury firms to pay provisional tax obligations is being offered by Tax Management New Zealand.
The Great Christchurch Building Trust says the ChristChurch Cathedral could be restored for only $67 million.
The Christ Church Cathedral could be fully restored for much less than Anglican estimates, restoration campaigners say.
To mark the transition from what Christchurch was to what it will be a temple is being built for a fortnight.
A 500-metre detour in Christchurch's seaside suburbs has started today.
The cost of the Canterbury rebuild has been upped to $40 billion, says Prime Minister John Key.
Higher Christchurch rebuild costs are a sign of private sector backing for the city, Prime Minister John Key says.
The building industry has been given an early heads-up before tenders are called for a $1 billion rebuild of Christchurch's school system.
Growing concerns over how earthquake-proof our homes and buildings are have led to the first national expo for the quake-proofing industry.
"I'm Owen," he said, turning around in his seat and offering an impromptu introduction.
The weeds grow tall between 37 government-owned transportable housing units in Christchurch as a second winter of sitting idle at a city site approaches.
TC3 residents are battling on in the cold despite rising health problems from colds to rashes to panic attacks.
The blogger who released details of thousands of EQC claimants has announced he will stop posting on his site.
A former Christchurch couple "felt like frauds" when they were paid nearly $100,000 by the Earthquake Commission for building damage they didn't have.
Photographs and footage of rockfalls and houses teetering on clifftops did little to help business in the seaside town of Sumner after the February earthquake.
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