No serious injuries have occurred in central Christchurch's red zone since the February 22 earthquake, the Department of Labour says.
A decision on Christchurch's AMI Stadium must be made next month if the venue is to host Super Rugby next season.
Chief of Defence Force Lieutenant General Rhys Jones hands over food and funds to the Christchurch City Mission and the Salvation Army food banks.
A road connecting Sumner to Lyttelton may never reopen, a council manager says.
The Christchurch City Council says they hope to have all residents off chemical toilets and portaloos by the end of August.
Campbell Live took its caravan of comment to the streets of Christchurch to find out how people are feeling about the EQC.
A $30 million, three-year project to repair and strengthen the Clock Tower and the Great Hall at the Arts Centre could start in October.
Those living in Christchurch's residential red zone will receive formal cash offers from the Government by the end of August.
Waimakariri and Selwyn district residents in earthquake limbo should be told next week they won't have to abandon their properties.
Street art depicting the heroic actions of Christchurch police after the February 22 earthquake has been unveiled in the city.
The Earthquake Commission (EQC) still has 20,000 outstanding contents claims dating back to September.
Earthquake-hit Christchurch homeowners trying to move on are struggling to secure new insurance cover.
Listings are running short as Christchurch red-zone dwellers begin house-hunting, real estate agents say.
The Christchurch Earthquake Appeal Trust hopes to raise $2.5 million through "red and black" bonds.
The Canterbury Earthquakes Royal Commission has released a list of buildings of interest to its enquiry into earthquake-related building failure in Christchurch.
Statistics NZ’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) report for the March 2011 quarter indicates a 0.8 percent rise in economic activity in the face of hardships caused by the Christchurch earthquakes.
Five cases of earthquake demolition waste being stockpiled, buried or burnt illegally are being investigated by Environment Canterbury (ECan).
Quake burglar Christopher William King admitted it had "sucked" breaking into an abandoned accommodation block in Hereford St, and he wished he had not done it.
Hockey turfs at earthquake-hit Porritt Park are repairable but at too high a cost, says Canterbury Hockey chief executive Tim Shannahan.
Christchurch could get a new suburban movie palace to make up for the cinemas lost in the Canterbury earthquakes.
Lyttelton and Sydenham residents have been invited to comment on rebuilding plans for their earthquake-damaged suburbs.
Contractors insist they are owed money by the Earthquake Commission (EQC), despite admitting they incorrectly billed some repairs.
A Christchurch woman has been arrested for allegedly filing false claims over earthquake damage in the first case of its kind since the September 4 quake.
Plans for a crematorium in inner Sydenham could harm the area's revitalisation, MP Jim Anderton says.
Life for hundreds of Christchurch pupils will return to normal next term as tomorrow marks the end of site-sharing for two city secondary schools.
Cantabrians have some good news a month after the June 13 earthquakes - the probability of a third major quake hitting Canterbury in the next year has dropped.
Images beamed out from a robot inside Christchurch’s Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament have shown badly cracked columns in the nave.
There was barely a dry eye in the park when this kia kaha Christchurch video screened at the earthqake memorial service in March.
Lyttelton and Sydenham residents have been invited to give feedback on rebuilding plans for their quake-damaged suburbs.
A robot was sent into Christchurch's Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament this morning to assess earthquake damage.
Quake burglar Christopher William King confessed it "sucked" breaking into an abandoned accommodation block and he wished he had not done it.
Christchurch businesses, community groups and children will receive the next round of funding from the Government's Christchurch Earthquake Appeal.
Public buildings like Christchurch's central police station and art gallery will be included in the Canterbury Earthquakes royal commission inquiry.
Christchurch is "back on its feet" and ready to welcome travellers, an international travel guide says.
A decision to withhold an engineer's report detailing damage to Christchurch's AMI Stadium is "inappropriate", a former Vbase director says.
Port Hills residents are "living like gypsies" while the fate of their red-stickered homes is decided, a community advocate says.
"Be prepared" has taken on a new meaning for Canterbury Scouts.
Owners of the quake-crippled Clarendon Tower have submitted two demolition plans, including one option using explosives.
Christchurch shoppers are spending up to 10 per cent less than they were before the February 22 earthquake, damaging retailers and costing the local economy hundreds of millions of dollars.
An insurance freeze is crippling Christchurch's recovery and urgent Government intervention is needed, a city business leader says.
Prime Minister John Key welcomed news today that the $90 million Earthquake Appeal fund will benefit women at risk, schools, and retail businesses in central Christchurch.
Ratepayers' money is being wasted on repairs in the residential red zone, says a Christchurch resident.
Outgoing Vbase chief Bryan Pearson is after the Christchurch City Council's top job.
Christchurch's earthquake recovery appears to have got the tick of approval from Cantabrians.
There have been more than 7400 aftershocks in Christchurch in the 10 months since September's magnitude-7.1 quake.
Females were the surprise victims in a massive jump in the number of people suffering heart attacks after the earthquake in Christchurch in September, researchers have found.
A "tasteless" mail drop has angered Christchurch homeowners worst hit by the earthquakes.
Skyrocketing insurance premiums could condemn many of Christchurch's remaining heritage buildings, property owners say.
Christchurch City councillors are ramping up pressure for a full review of the controversial use of preferred consultants and the $500,000 cap for staff approval.
Linwood College pupils have eaten their way through 25,000 free lunches while sharing the Cashmere High School site.
A police investigation into a current affairs television story on an alleged Christchurch looter is consistent with a "hardline" approach by Christchurch police, the accused's lawyer says.
Police are investigating TVNZ's Sunday show, after it broadcast claims an autistic man was mistreated by police.
Staff at Ballantynes department store are stepping away from their counters, and out of their comfort zones.