Christchurch City Council will hold a workshop within the next month so councillors can be briefed on the options for AMI stadium.
The Earthquake Commission (EQC) says it will refer contractors to the Police if they file invoices for work undertaken on earthquake damaged homes in Canterbury that prove to be fraudulent.
Gayhurst Road Bridge closure
Jonathan Coleman | Earthquake Recovery
A tsunami warning for New Zealand has since been cancelled, following the earthquake in the Kermadec Islands earlier today.
The Crusaders are favoured to win the Super Rugby title in Brisbane this weekend, and will return home true Canterbury champions, win or lose, this Sunday 10 July 2011.
Nathan Guy | Earthquake Recovery
The Earthquake Commission (EQC) has paid out more than $1 billion in claims for earthquake damage to residential property since 4 September last year, Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee announced today.
Christchurch City Council is working with a number of agencies to create a lasting memory of the Canterbury earthquakes.
Christchurch’s Sister Cities rallied behind Christchurch after the 22 February earthquake, and their support continues.
Maurice Williamson | Earthquake Recovery
Tony Ryall | Earthquake Recovery
Christchurch City Council has succeeded in securing limited insurance cover for some of its assets, however its brokers are still negotiating in overseas markets to obtain cover for the remainder of its assets.
A single lane of traffic was opened on Clifton Terrace yesterday following work over the weekend to clear slip debris from the road.
Following requests from businesses to address parking issues, Christchurch City Council will recommence paid parking within the central city area from Monday 4 July 2011.
Gerry Brownlee | Earthquake Recovery
Christchurch City Council has revised its position on including land for the proposed Prestons Road subdivision to the north-east of Christchurch into the urban limit following the Canterbury earthquakes.
John Key | Earthquake Recovery
The Christchurch City Council is proposing a permanent ban on drinking in public places around the Riccarton/Ilam area. A temporary ban is in place in the area until 30 November 2011.
Christchurch Mayor Bob Parker says the Government package announced today gives clarity and options to the city’s residents in the hardest hit suburbs.
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