More than 40 South Canterbury properties with building claims arising from the Canterbury earthquakes are yet to be settled.
A Christchurch family finally have a home afters pending four winters in a garage because ofinsurance delays.
Prime Minister John Key says Christchurch is facing "two steps forward, one step back," in its slow journey toward recovery.
A $150 million-plus office and apartment complex around a central square will be built to replace Christchurch's old police headquarters and King Edward barracks.
A Christchurch family investor group is taking its money to Auckland, citing a lack of tenants for high-rise office buildings.
A new quake home repair deadline has left Canterbury homeowners stressed and confused.
Christchurch's biggest hotel is back in business.
Some of the biggest buildings of the new-look Christchurch are being put together virtual piece by virtual piece, thanks to remarkable 3D technology.
Proposed new planning rules for Christchurch are confusing and bogged down by too much red tape, Government Ministers Nick Smith and Gerry Brownlee say.
High-profile property developer Antony Gough hopes offering pre-earthquake rents will lure tenants to his stalled central Christchurch precinct.
The effects of the 2010 and 2011 Christchurch earthquakes damaged 100 kilometres of the city's freshwater habitats, new research shows.
An earthquake-affected Christchurch couple have successfully opposed an insurer-imposed cash settlement.
A magnitude 3.8 earthquake shook Christchurch overnight.
The recently restored Knox Church is hosting performance events as part of its "spiritual mission" in the city. CHARLIE GATES reports.
New videos created by an IT man in Christchurch give a bird's-eye view of two quake-stricken suburbs.
A communal house-building network that started in the dark days after the Christchurch earthquake will be a reality this year.
Christchurch has been rattled this afternoon by a magnitude 3.8 earthquake.GeoNet reported that the quake struck at 4.08pm and was centred 10 kilometres south-east of Christchurch.It hit at a depth of 11 kilometres.
Quake-hit Christchurch homeowners are taking insurer IAG and Fletcher EQR to an international human rights body.
The Earthquake Commission's (EQC) national claims manager has formed his own claims assessment company but EQC says it has a process in place to avoid conflicts.
Inland Revenue's (IRD) lenient approach to quake-hit firms appears to be over as it moves to recover millions of dollars in debt.
Christchurch's social housing sector is struggling to cope with the demand for housing from people living in overcrowded and makeshift accommodation as another winter approaches.
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