Scientists still have an incomplete picture of the future earthquake risk to Christchurch, a royal commission has heard.
Christchurch's new home of the arts will debut with a New Zealand play in December.
Christchurch Mayor Bob Parker has been named communicator of the year for his handling of the September 4, 2010, earthquake.
For Grant Catchpole and his family, there are worse things than a red-zone house and living in a cramped warehouse unit beside a railway line.
Canterbury children have been soaking up the Rugby World Cup atmosphere in Auckland.
Lincoln University wants to increase its student fees by at least 4 per cent next year as it copes with a financial deficit.
The dumping of 24 truckloads of asbestos-contaminated earthquake rubble at a Christchurch landfill may not be an isolated case, a Department of Labour investigation has found.
There has been an emotional opening to the first public day of the Canterbury earthquakes Royal Commission in Christchurch.
The royal commission "will find out why people died" in the deadly February earthquake, a commissioner has promised at a bittersweet ceremony in Christchurch.
About 100 people have gathered for a bittersweet ceremony to kickstart the royal commission of inquiry into Canterbury's earthquakes.
Royal commission hearings livestream
The Christchurch Korean community was on a roll today with 190 hands making a record-setting 50-metre long rice roll for the earthquake appeal.
Cantabrians will be allowed back into central Christchurch next month, but only for a 30-minute bus trip.
Tours of the Christchurch red zone will begin next month, Canterbury Earthquake Chief Executive Roger Sutton has announced.
was allowed into the central Christchurch's red zone yesterday.
If you're wandering around the University of Canterbury these days you may have seen a new kind of skateboard.
Nearly two weeks after being told nothing from their building was recoverable, tenants of Community House learned yesterday a large number of items had been found in the building.
Keith Wright lived in Christchurch almost his entire life. Now his stepson hopes a small part of his legacy can remain in the city.
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