More than 100 people are still on Christchurch's Housing New Zealand (HNZ) waiting list, including a couple who say they were forced to sleep between the New Brighton sand dunes.
The structural engineer who oversaw the design of the CTV building has appeared at the Earthquake Royal Commission.
The engineer whose company designed the Canterbury Television (CTV) building has described the "shattered feeling" on learning it had collapsed in the February 2011 earthquake.
The lawyer for the company that designed the Canterbury Television building has slammed an investigation into its collapse as uncooperative and "inappropriate".
The Canterbury Television building's design was "undesirable" for resisting earthquake shaking, an engineer says.
A high number of migrants flocking to post-quake Christchurch means the city could soon rival Auckland in ethnic diversity, says a Massey University sociologist.
Christchurch electricity company Orion has paid the Christchurch City Council $30.36 million in dividends.
A charitable trust that creates temporary art installations in vacant Christchurch lots has received a Creative New Zealand grant worth $100,000.
More reinforcement in the Canterbury Television building's columns would have made no difference to whether it collapsed, a United States engineer has told a royal commission.