A $2.8 million earthquake grant to St John has ensured Christchurch is ready for a future disaster, the organisation says.
Post-earthquake parking woes at Christchurch Hospital have cost the Canterbury District Health Board (CDHB) $3 million.
A Christchurch demolition company is in trouble with its neighbours over dust from a pile of illegal rubble.
Four Australian surgeons who were in Christchurch when the February quake hit have been recognised for
The Anglican Church will have a "comprehensive dialogue" with South Islanders on the future of Christ Church Cathedral.
Four urological surgeons have been awarded the inaugural Christchurch Medal for bravery during last February's earthquake.
A Christchurch-based law firm has challenged the insurance policy of Southern Response Services.
The Earthquake Commission (EQC) has started drilling in eastern Christchurch to get data to help with foundation design.
The Earthquake Commission (EQC) has started investigative drilling on properties in eastern Christchurch to get geotechnical data to help with foundation design.
The demolition of Christ Church Cathedral has begun, even as New Zealand's top heritage body calls for a halt to deconstruction work.
A move to fast-track repairs to earthquake-damaged state houses cannot come quickly enough for one Christchurch homeowner.
AMI Insurance said its chief executive John Balmforth will step down after 17 years at the company's helm.
The first piece of Christchurch cathedral to come down was the iconic tower that held the steeple and spire.
Shigeru Ban is renowned for his innovative use cardboard tubes as a quick and safe material for temporary buildings.
Disabled Cantabrians and carers are being offered $750 each to ease some of the stress caused by the Christchurch quake.
Labour is questioning the actions of some insurers after getting a legal opinion on the way they're dealing with claims.
On the anniversary of their son's death, Arnold and Joy Pohio received an award recognising his acts "of kindness, service and heroism".