Health services in Ashburton are under review as officials expect further engineering reports to highlight more shortfalls at Ashburton Hospital buildings.
Pegasus is discounting sections for earthquake-affected buyers and is fast-tracking the town's amenities after doing a deal with bankers.
A Christchurch supermarket will reopen in days after urgent earthquake repairs were ordered following new engineering reports.
Chief coroner Judge Neil MacLean has given an assurance that remaining questions about Christchurch earthquake deaths will be addressed when the coronial inquest resumes.
Labour is accusing the Government of exaggerating the impact of the December earthquake in Christchurch on the Crown accounts.
Former Christchurch dean Peter Beck has backed the decision to demolish the cathedral he presided over for nine years.
Construction of Christchurch Stadium is on track, but meeting the March 24 deadline for completion may lead to a few more sleepless nights for nearby residents.
The Anglican Church says the Christchurch Cathedral is to be demolished, but what do the people of Christchurch think?
A Christchurch man's request for the Government to explore why five women died in the CTV building 12 hours after its collapse has been rejected.
The best in New Zealand garden design is back on display a year after the earthquakes forced Christchurch to cancel its Ellerslie Flower Show.
The Fire Service stands by search and rescue staff after criticism at an inquiry of their efforts in the aftermath of last February's Christchurch quake.
The Fire Service has hit back at claims the rescue effort after Christchurch's February 2011 quake was inept.
The financial cost of disasters in 2011 was the highest in history - with a pricetag of at least US$380 billion (NZ$463b), mainly due to earthquakes in New Zealand and Japan, according to a UN envoy.
The cost of disasters in 2011 was the highest in history - at least US$380 billion (NZ$463b) - mainly because of earthquakes in New Zealand and Japan, a United Nations envoy says.
A Westport business has been forced to relocate after engineers identified its premises as earthquake-prone.
An "inept and inappropriate" rescue effort led to the death five women in the 2011 Christchurch quake, an inquiry has heard.
GeoNet's is live, giving enthusiasts their vital statistics within minutes of a shake.
GeoNet's is live, giving people vital statistics within minutes of a shake.
Prime Minister John Key says Cantabrians who moved to Australia to flee the quakes will start returning when there is more optimism about Christchurch's rebuild.
The owners of a Christchurch shopping mall have hit back at rumours saying their building's dangerous and could collapse in another big shake.
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