Education Minister Hekia Parata has offered to visit all the schools proposed for closure or merger in greater Christchurch.
Christopher Finlayson | Attorney-General
Community views are being sought on the recovery and future management of three reserves in South New Brighton – Blighs Garden, Bridge Reserve, and South New Brighton Park.
The timing of today’s inaugural National emergency Management Research Forum could not be better.
Gerry Brownlee | Canterbury Earthquake Recovery
Phil Heatley | Canterbury Earthquake Recovery
Good news this week regarding progress on TC3 land in Christchurch.
Mayor Bob Parker has officially re-opened the newly repaired and earthquake strengthened Cowles Stadium today (Friday 12 October).
Change can be challenging. And in Christchurch in the past two years, nature’s fury has dealt us more than our fair share of change.
It is a great pleasure to open your conference today on behalf of our spokesperson on Building & Construction, Raymond Huo, who was unable to be here today.
Christchurch City Council today agreed to request the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority hold the demolition of Cranmer Courts for one month.
Christchurch City Council today approved the Draft Sumner Village Centre Master Plan to go to the community for comment. The Plan has been prepared to support the recovery and rebuild of Sumner's Village Centre in response to the damage caused by the earthquakes.
Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee says he is confident progress was made today to overcome and minimise barriers to rebuilding on Technical Category 3 (TC3) land in greater Christchurch.
The Christchurch City Council has today (October 10) released updated floor levels for properties in the Avon, Heathcote and Styx river catchments, as well as Sumner.
Work on Christchurch’s new Convention Centre Precinct is underway, with the Christchurch Central Development Unit (CCDU) and Christchurch City Council now calling for expressions of interest (EOI) from groups wishing to participate in the project.
Paula Bennett | Canterbury Earthquake Recovery
Our 0800 RING CERA phone line is currently unavailable due to technical issues.
Christchurch residents can have a say about how they'd like the city's wastewater system to look in 10, 30 and 100 years time.
Christchurch City Council is today (Friday 5 October) closing four community facilities on the Banks Peninsula after receiving the results of engineering assessments that show they are earthquake-prone.
The Christchurch City Council's Planning Committee has recommended the Council undertakes a series of rezonings following a study of the North West Review Area (NWRA).
Property owners and businesses looking to redevelop or relocate to Christchurch's Central City have a new dedicated service to help get them started.
Repairs are underway, or due to begin, on four paddling pools across the city, ensuring they will be re-opened in time for families to enjoy this summer.
Actions to support and streamline city arts and events projects were endorsed today by Christchurch City Council's Community, Recreation and Culture Committee.
Proposed changes to the Christchurch Metro Public Transport Network will provide a service that better reflects the city’s public transport need and is financially viable.
Christchurch City Council opened a temporary service centre on the site of the closed South Library and Beckenham Service Centre this morning (Monday 1 October).
The Christchurch City Council has today (28 September) released seven detailed technical reports on slope instability on the Port Hills. These are available on the Council’s website.
The boards of schools in greater Christchurch proposed for merger or closure will have until 7 December to carry out consultation with their local communities and report back on the proposals.
Christchurch City Council has today agreed that 30 facilities across the city and Banks Peninsula should be prioritised for funding, further investigation and, where possible, repairs.
With the completion of the zoning on flat land and the outcome of the review process now known, the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) is releasing the geotechnical data relating to the decisions.
Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee says residents whose dwellings have been seriously affected by the earthquakes can be reassured that financial support remains available, following the extension of the Government’s Temporary Accommodation Allowance (TAA).
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