The vandalism of Christchurch's 185 empty chairs memorial and the recent theft of its sole white wheelchair has left one quake paraplegic mother "sickened".
The latest detailed schedule for Christchurch's anchor projects suggests the city's new stadium may not be ready in time to host the 2017 British and Irish Lions tour.
More than 40 new positions are being created by the organisation responsible for building most of Christchurch's anchor projects.
City councillors say they do not yet have enough information to sign off on plans to repair the historic Sign of the Takahe in Cashmere.
Sunmer's demolished library, community centre and museum look set to be replaced with a new combined facility in Wakefield Ave - but it is likely to come at a $10 million cost to ratepayers.
City councillors are pushing to get a tour of the quake-damaged Christchurch Town Hall next week so they can get a better understanding of the scale of the repair job ahead.
A group of Christchurch developers are redefining what it means to build a home.
According to new research, Christchurch's nightlife is heating back up.
You don't have to put up with the shift to sum insured home insurance - well, not if you are a doctor or farmer.
A statistician collecting data on rebuild progress in one Christchurch neighbourhood is getting under the skin of the Insurance Council. WILL HARVIE reports.
Three prominent Christchurch business leaders have written privately to Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee complaining about the governance of the central city rebuild.
The New Zealand Contractors Federation has played down reports of concerns at its annual conference that local contractors may miss out if overseas firms flock to join Christchurch's rebuild.
The organisation responsible for building most of Christchurch's anchor projects is hiring more than a dozen new managers to speed up progress.
There is concern within the construction industry that local companies may miss out if Christchurch is swamped by overseas firms keen to join the rebuild.
Christchurch has been given its first look at the new Cardboard Cathedral during an emotional ceremony to mark the structure changing hands from contractors to the Anglican diocese.
St George's Hospital has unveiled plans for a $122 million redevelopment of their facilities.
Repair plans for the historic Sign of the Takahe are expected to be approved by the Christchurch City Council.
Work to re-level Christchurch's wonky art gallery is under way.
Christchurch red zoners angry at losing postal services have lodged a formal complaint with the United Nations in a bid to get them back.
A group of long-term red zoners are vowing to fix their quake-damaged roads by themselves.
Earthquake repair work has started on the Christchurch Art Gallery, the first of Christchurch City Council's existing major facilities to have work begin on it.
Christchurch has lost another heritage building - the Chinese Methodist Church.
Red Bus is not the only company to cash in on Christchurch's burgeoning earthquake sight-seeing market.
Red Bus is not the only company to cash in on Christchurch's burgeoning earthquake sightseeing market.
New Zealand Post is ending deliveries in the Christchurch red zone, despite the fact several hundred people still live there.
More grunt is being brought in to boost the rebuild in a Christchurch Central Development Unit (CCDU) restructure.
Wednesday marks the deadline for the majority of homeowners in Christchurch's residential red zone to leave their land.
The Earthquake Commission (EQC) has been accused of inaccurately assessing the floor levels of thousands of houses after hiring unqualified surveyors using inadequate measuring methods.
Labour's Earthquake Commission (EQC) spokesman says the agency is treating earthquake victims with "contempt and obstruction" after it seems to have backtracked on a $24,000 request for information.
Family members of people who died in the collapse of Christchurch's CTV building are criticising the engineer whose company designed the building for trying to stop an investigation into his work.
Attracting, harnessing and retaining new skills is the challenge for Christchurch as it seeks to create a sustainable future.
With a restructure imminent at the Christchurch Central Development Unit (CCDU), city leaders have called for major changes within the organisation.
A building being developed by car dealer Paul Kelly in Christchurch's Moorhouse Ave has been almost fully leased even before it is finished.
The professional body for structural engineers is continuing to investigate an engineer whose company designed Christchurch's CTV building despite his attempts to stop this.
Just over three months ago EQC made a promise it would make contact with every single Christchurch claimant within 90 days. So have they?
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