A previously uncooperative witness in the Canterbury Television (CTV) building hearings has agreed to give evidence via video link today.
It took 22 days after the initial September 2010 quake before a qualified engineer inspected the CTV building, it emerged at the Royal Commission today.
Previously scientists had only been able to identify the past four ruptures, but thanks to three years of painstaking research by our own GNS scientists, they've gone much deeper to unlock the secrets of the Alpine Fault.
A trust set up by the Government following the Canterbury earthquakes will contribute $1.1 million to repair the damaged Kaiapoi Aquatic Centre.
Top floors in the Canterbury Television building could not be inspected after the September 2010 earthquake because they were locked, a royal commission has heard.
A Christchurch City Council building inspector who gave the Canterbury Television building a green placard after the September 2010 earthquake said his team did only a quick walk around the building and did not notice any obvious damage or hazards.
Christchurch firm Connexionz has won an $800,000 contract to supply visual display systems for buses in Santa Clarita, California, beating off seven other competitors.
The inquiry into the failure of Christchurch's CTV building has shifted its focus to the search that followed the disaster.
A key witness for the commission into the collapse of the CTV building in the February earthquake is continuing to refuse to give evidence.
A witness has likened the collapse of Christchurch’s CTV building to the way New York’s Twin Towers came down in the terrorist attack.
A witness has likened the collapse of Christchurch’s CTV building to the way New York’s twin towers came down in the terrorist attack.
Centennial Pool advocates are celebrating after city councillors voted to repair the central-city facility.
Centennial Pool advocates are celebrating after city councillors voted to repair the central-city facility this morning.
There has been more tears from survivors on the second day of the Royal Commission hearing into the CTV building collapse.
Former CTV employee Tom Hawker remembers the "horrific" sound as he watched his workplace collapse during the February 2011 earthquake.
Watching the Canterbury Television building collapse was like "seeing the collapse of the World Trade Center buildings'', a witness says.
Earthquake Commission (EQC) customers will have access to an independent mediation service from August.
A mother has described how it felt to be "sucked downwards" with her two children from the top floor of the collapsing Canterbury Television (CTV) building.
The spirits of Canterbury households are lifting markedly when it comes to the economic fortunes of the region but not about their own financial fortunes, Westpac Bank's six monthly confidence surveys reveals.