The former Government Life building spent its final years as a secret studio for about a dozen Christchurch artists.
A group fighting the green-blue zoning of its eastern Christchurch suburb will focus on helping residents after failing to have the decision overturned.
A rally against the demolition of Christ Church Cathedral will show the "depth of concern" about saving the building, former Christchurch MP Jim Anderton says.
Christchurch police have charged two people for a raft of burglaries at red-zoned properties.
A resident of Christchurch’s Parklands says the Government’s confirmation that her suburb will remain green-zoned has provided her with a starting point today.
Another 198 properties have been zoned red along Christchurch’s South Shore, bringing the total number to be demolished to 7256.
Mayor Bob Parker was one of the four who voted against saving the Cathedral, along with his deputy Ngaire Button, Sue Wells and former Dean of the Cathedral, Peter Beck.
The top bureaucrat head-hunted to oversee Christchurch's infrastructure rebuild will work from Auckland.
Christchurch City Council is supporting calls to halt the demolition of the Christchurch cathedral.
It is too early to say whether Lyttelton Pool can be repaired, the Christchurch City Council says.
The Canterbury Charity Hospital hopes a $1.9 million extension will help ease shortages of some health services.
Central Christchurch continues to change with the demolition of yet more buildings.
A last-gasp plea to save Christ Church Cathedral has been rejected by Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee.
Restoration of the earthquake-damaged Christchurch Arts Centre has been delayed by a skills shortage.
A swimmer is going to unusual lengths to save Christchurch’s quake damaged central city pool.
Diggers are clawing away at a $38 million four-year-old apartment building in Ferrymead.
Another earthquake has rattled Christchurch this afternoon, this time a 4.5-magnitude shake.
Christchurch has been shaken by a magnitude-4.5 earthquake this afternoon.
The quake-hit Lyttelton Pool is unlikely to be repaired in time for next summer, the Christchurch City Council says.
A proposal to dump 5000 tonnes of toxic asbestos at the Burwood Resource Recovery Park has locals worried.
The effects of the earthquakes are continuing to be felt in Christchurch's early-childhood education sector with the sudden closure of a childcare centre.
Archie and Kay Green were originally left in the lurch by EQC, but help has returned for the couple.
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