Steel & Tube has taken a swipe at Adina Thorn Lawyers, accusing it of attempting to "increase homeowner nervousness".
The Christchurch City Council has paid $28 million to the Carter Group in exchange for The Crossing car park building to remain for at least 50 years.
The artist behind Christchurch's 185 white chairs has indicated he wants the installation to become permanent.
A University of Canterbury master plan to guide campus development for the next 30 years proves the University has largely completed its earthquake recovery, according to Vice-Chancellor Dr Rod Carr.
Tha artist behind Christchurch's 185 white chairs has indicated he wants the installation to become permanent.
A clear vision for Christchurch's Cathedral Square is expected by June.
Janice Thornton ran the Sign of the Kiwi cafe for just three days before the September 2010 earthquake.
A solicitor representing the Quake Outcasts says the High Court's order to pay $55,605 in court costs to the Government is nothing unusual, but hopes it will be reversed in appeal.
An Auckland litigation firm is warning thousands of Canterbury homeowners their properties may have been built with shoddy steel mesh.
Land acquisition problems plaguing Christchurch's $20 million south frame anchor project will delay and increase the cost of the development.
Business confidence in Canterbury has plummeted to its lowest level in four years, but it is no surprise to the Employers' Chamber of Commerce (CECC).
A man who worked at Christchurch's old QEII sports facility for more than 30 years, only to be ousted by the 2011 earthquake, has witnessed construction starting on its replacement.
It’s all go at QEII Park, with Mayor Lianne Dalziel and Councillor David East celebrating the start of work on the new QEII Recreation and Sport Centre this morning (Tuesday 17 January).
Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel says she will make an "exciting announcement" about a funding partnership for the new central library next month.
A botanist says there is "no good reason" for swapping cherry blossom trees for maples in the Canterbury Earthquake National Memorial design.
At first glance, the news of the budget for the new central Christchurch library ballooning by more than half seems alarming.
The cost of the new Christchurch central library has risen to $95 million from an original budget of $60 million.
Tough times are forcing some central Christchurch hospitality operators from the industry, with some giving away businesses just to get out.
"It's not like it used to be â you'd just open the doors and have a big party. Those days are well gone.
It has taken a few years but many Canterbury non-profit groups have at last replaced their quake-hit buildings, often with surprising style.
You may have heard some comments in the media recently about refunds due when a building consent lapses.
Central Christchurch is about to get another boost with the biggest shift yet of public servants back to the central city.
Southern Response may owe homeowners thousands in wrongly withheld refunds.
Rivalry is set to heat up between the booming satellite towns of Rolleston and Rangiora as new shops, schools and subdivisions open.
The Canterbury Earthquake National Memorial is on-schedule to open on the sixth anniversary of the February 22, 2011 earthquake.
Market stalls in central Christchurch are packing up again and their owners say they desperately need a good home.
New eateries are preparing to open their doors in central Christchurch's newly completed developments.
Many of Christchurch's most treasured heritage buildings will reopen in 2017 after being off limits since the 2011 earthquakes.
Wrecked company cars and threats against staff members continue to plague the Earthquake Commission (EQC) as it tries to settle thousands of unresolved insurance claims in Canterbury.
2017 is looming as the year Christchurch may finally break out of earthquake-recovery mode as major roadworks near completion and key rebuild projects get under way.
The owners of Antigua Boat Sheds cafe and boat hire business have notched up 30 years, but it has not all been easy paddling
Christchurch retailers expect this week's Boxing Day sales will cap off a bumper 2016.
Fletcher Living is spending $1 million on public "temporary use" projects so its central Christchurch East Frame housing development does not sit an idle wasteland for years.
The city council will push ahead with a plan to build houses on rural-zoned land near Northlands mall after getting the green light from the Government.
2016 is almost over and while many will say "good riddance" to a year that dished up its fair share of surprises, it has been a year of progress in Christchurch city.
OPINION: 2016 is almost over and while many will say "good riddance" to a year that dished up its fair share of surprises, it has been a year of progress in Christchurch City.
One year ago, a multi-million dollar playground opened in Christchurch's CBD, bringing hundreds of thousands more through the recovering city centre.
In a for , Mike Yardley took aim at the crumbling eyesores that dot Christchurch's CBD.
Insurance companies could be holding on to Earthquake Commission (EQC) settlements they are not entitled to, a claimant warns.
"It is kind of reassuring to have him back in a way. It is where he is meant to be."
The ground engineering firm responsible for re-levelling the Christchurch Art Gallery says it could do the same at Lancaster Park for less than $30 million.
Construction of the first apartments in the East Frame Residential Development will begin in late March/early April 2017.
Construction of homes in Christchurch's east frame will start before Easter.
OPINION: There is an undeniable spring in the step of central city shoppers.
The High Court has taken a swipe at Christchurch's most in demand earthquake litigation firm, saying it may have to bear responsibility for its clients' "misconceived" court action.
The start of earthworks at Christchurch's new metro sports facility is imminent, Crown rebuild agency Otakaro Ltd says.
Work on the first stages of the New Brighton community playground and Hot Salt Water Pools development has been given the green light.
Roadworks delays in Aranui have left many residents fed up with the ongoing road repairs.
More than six years after earthquakes began wrecking Christchurch's eastern Avon riverside suburbs, a plan for the red-zoned land has been released.
A class action against Southern Response has been given the green light to continue proceedings against the Canterbury earthquake insurer.
The thought of Aranui High School being wiped "off the face of the planet" hurts for Bert Knops.
Christchurch resident Lindsay Carswell wants the council to hold off pulling out the trees on High St in the central city.
Christchurch City Council will prepare options for demolishing Lancaster Park, dismissing claims it could be repaired.
Tower Insurance withheld information from a Christchurch client who has successfully sued the firm after it proposed winching his home back into place to repair it.
THE PRESS, 13 DEC 2016
Several red-zoned blocks of central Kaiapoi are set to be sold or leased for business and residential use under a new Government plan.
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