Critical flaws in the design of Christchurch’s CTV building have been identified as the major factors in the building's collapse during the February earthquake.
After hearing from Insurance Watch yesterday, Campbell Live went to speak to IAG.
Building accommodation for rebuild workers will create up to 200 new jobs for Cantabrians.
Alan Reay Consultants should have declined the Canterbury Television (CTV) building design job because of its lack of experienced engineers, an inquiry has heard.
The bar closes at 8pm, alcohol is discouraged, visitors must be signed in and if you misbehave, your boss will be told. Welcome to Christchurch's new accommodation for rebuild workers.
Pressure is on Christchurch City Council staff to report back on options for repairing or replacing a top-27 list of damaged community facilities by the end of the year.
Despite the anger and disappointment at its pace, there has been progress following the Canterbury earthquakes.
It’s been two years since the September quake and Pam Atkinson's neighbourhood has been decimated. Her friends have all moved away.
Fifty people from the hotel industry have tested a central Christchurch hotel's beds, food and showers before today's reopening.
Christchurch pupils will join Prime Minister John Key's delegation to Japan this week to share earthquake experiences.
Long before disputes over earthquake-damaged churches hit headlines, a rural Canterbury parish lost its home.
The December 23 aftershocks may have contributed to a ''significant spike'' in suicides in January this year, the chief coroner says.
Lumley Insurance says it is expanding its Christchurch response unit to provide a faster resolution to all earthquake claims.
Mayor Bob Parker says he will ''shift heaven and earth'' to take a Lyttelton couple's proposed home rebuild design through the consent process ''in a timely way''.
Kiel Johnson is an American artist who can create anything out of cardboard.
New Zealand's insurance industry slumped into a deficit of $2.17 billion in the 2011 financial year after the Christchurch earthquakes saw expenses rocket by 83 per cent to $2.57b.
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