OPINION: My wife says I've got too many hobbies: motorbikes, vintage cars, the 1992 Cricket World Cup, architectureâ¦ and that's an abridged list.
Canterbury residents waiting for their earthquake-damaged homes to be rebuilt or repaired may find government services decreasing over the next year.
Fire tore though Christchurch Adventure Park's forest, ruining trails and structures, but the surviving buildings are considered some of Canterbury's best-designed.
Christchurch City Council is going after the owners of the "dirty 30" derelict properties holding up the central city rebuild, says a councillor behind a new clean-up campaign.
OPINION: On Sunday it was announced to the Diocese of Christchurch and beyond that I, the Bishop of Christchurch, had decided to send the decision about the future of the Christ Church Cathedral to the diocesan Synod, which next meets in September 2017.
Labour, Greens and National have united to break the deadlock over the Christ Church Cathedral.
Car parks could be reinstated on St Asaph St after Christchurch business leaders threatened legal action if the Accessible City project was not stopped.
A Christchurch family will sell their prominent Cathedral Square property for the first time in nearly a century after abandoning attempts to rebuild on it.
Is the tide about to turn for New Brighton?
There is surely no greater symbol of despair than the crestfallen ruin of a cathedral seated in what was once the heart of our city.
A trust lobbying for the restoration of the Christ Church Cathedral is bankrolling a pricey advertising campaign depicting central city workers, business owners and developers echoing its stance.
The neglected Christ Church Cathedral is one of about 30 sites being targeted by council for holding up the city's regeneration.
Christchurch School of Gymnastics wants $1.1 million of ratepayer funds to help it build a new $8.1m base at Queen Elizabeth II Park.
Both the Earthquake Commission (EQC) and insurer IAG are in the wrong over a Christchurch home wrecked by fire and earthquakes, an insurance lawyer says.
The Press, May 22 2017
A four-month delay in deciding the fate of the derelict Christ Church Cathedral, the "symbol of the city", has "deeply disappointed" the city's new recovery minister.
A deal with the Ministry of Education could see the city council receive market value for land it owns at Redcliffs Park while receiving free land in return.
A decision on the future of the earthquake-damaged Christ Church Cathedral will not be made until at least September and will be made by a committee of diocese parishioners and priests.
The morning his earthquake insurance trial was to begin, dying man Derek Ricky Bligh's lawyers pulled out.
When their newly-bought house Christchurch caught fire just hours after they moved in, Georgia Scott and Mike Rodgers snatched their children from their beds and ran.
Christchurch's residential red zone could be turned into native forest for $2.5 million, a group in favour of the idea says.
The Government maintains that there is no systemic issue with Canterbury earthquake repairs, but the Opposition and local experts believe there is.
The Government maintains that there is no systemic issue with Canterbury earthquake repairs, but the Opposition and local experts disagree.
The Press, May 19 2017
OPINION: Colleagues said to us "OMG you're not going back to Christchurch are you?" Their faces reflected astonishment and disbelief. The city is stuffed, they said.
The rebuild agency tasked with the $2.2 billion project of fixing Christchurch's earthquake-battered infrastructure has just over a month to re-do 70 substandard jobs.
Canterbury rugby has ruled out helping to pay for a multi-use arena in Christchurch.
The Press, May 18 2017
It's the mall no-one wants to close.
Three former Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (Cera) employees have been cleared of accusations they had conflicts of interest.
The Press, May 17 2017
Christchurch's new rebuild boss says she believes the city centre is already better than it was before Canterbury's earthquakes.
The Government has approved a $300 million, 600-home development at a Christchurch racecourse.
Property purchasers may be under-informed about the exposure of a property to damage by a natural disaster, according to researchers from RMIT University.
A new study that looked at house prices in Christchurch before and after the 2011 earthquake suggested that it takes a highly destructive event for disaster risk to be accounted for in house prices.
The Press, May 15 2017
An extra $18 million will be spent on Christchurch's new cycleways this year as the city council tries to limit their impact on businesses and motorists.
"Our vision is for the river to connect us together with each other, with nature and with new possibilities."
Anglican leaders lobbied council to change city planning rules so the Christ Church Cathedral could be demolished more easily.
The Christchurch City Council will not start any more central city transport projects until businesses and residents are happy with the plans.
A section of State Highway 1 south of Kaikoura will soon reopen to traffic.
After more than two years, almost $3 million and a series of delays, work on the historic Sign of the Takahe is now complete.
A woman has five days to declare all her assets â including any she may have disposed of â before she is sentenced for stealing $133,000 from a Christchurch rebuild firm.
Christchurch's health precinct could be up to 2000 car parks short in the long term. A parking building to alleviate the problem could cost more than $20 million.
Between them, Pedro Carazo, Debbie Lawson and Deric Blacker, lost three businesses, two homes, a son, and a close friend, on February 22, 2011.
A group behind plans for an international open water course in Christchurch's residential red zone claims it could make the city $30-$50 million a year.
A new Redcliffs School site is a step closer â the Government has applied to buy Redcliffs Park.
A new Redcliffs School site is a step closer â the Government has applied to buy part of Redcliffs Park.
The Government spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on a major earthquake conference that was eventually abandoned by former Canterbury rebuild minister Gerry Brownlee.
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