Kiwibank is extending its Christchurch earthquake home loan package through to the end of next year.
Protesters have again gathered outside Cranmer Courts.
Anger turned to jubilation as heritage campaigners evicted from a Christhurch City Council meeting learned that councillors had voted 5-4 to call for one-month moratorium on the demolition of Cranmer Courts.
Future owners of retirement village units hit by events similar to the Canterbury earthquakes will come out better off.
Southland businesses signing up to help with the Christchurch rebuild will be asked to pay membership fees to partially fund the project.
International tourists continue to bypass quake-hit Christchurch - but those who make it to the city say it has a surprising amount to offer.
Two insurance companies say they will work together to determine the fate of a St Albans property they both cover.
A central Christchurch park has drawn global interest from companies looking to be part of the city's first major recovery project.
New flood rules could mean further frustration and upheaval for Christchurch's quake-ravaged suburbs.
An Australian businesswoman is offering to organise delivery of a ''big thing'' in response to Christchurch Mayor Bob Parker's tongue-in-cheek campaign to lure Australians to the earthquake-hit city.
Christchurch's next convention centre must be an ''iconic'' facility that can be opened by early 2017, potential developers have been told.
The post-earthquake exodus from Christchurch has bottomed out, according to latest figures which show just 2800 people leaving the wider city area in the last year. Councils in the Greater Christchurch areas say that the quarterly...
The second part of a royal commission's report on the Canterbury Earthquakes is being considered by the Government.
A report recommending law changes to protect people from earthquake-prone buildings has been handed over to the Government.
A special ceremony will be held in Christchurch today to recognise the efforts of police and other emergency services after the fatal February 22, 2011 earthquake.
Christchurch landlords are cashing in on the earthquakes by putting up rents by as much as $250 a week - even for rundown bungalows.
A Christchurch manufacturer of large plastic pipes has more than doubled its capacity by buying a $3 million production line which will allow it to build pipes up to four metres in diameter.
Rockfall-threatened Port Hills red-zoners can "make themselves green" by convincing the Christchurch City Council to lift notices barring access to their homes, the Earthquake Recovery Minister says.
Grand $52 million redevelopment plans for the old railway station site in Moorhouse Ave in Christchurch have been unveiled.
There is still money left in Christchurch quake funds to give to Cantabrians struggling to pay to heat their homes.
Two of the damaged flats are rebuilds, two repairs
The developers behind a planned $40 million restaurant and bar precinct in central Christchurch have short-listed four architects to draw up plans for the riverfront development.
Hamilton housing market holds appeal for shaken Cantabrians looking for fresh start.
Christchurch's population will rise by 50,000 in the next two decades with growth expected at pre-earthquake levels, figures show.
The reopening of a quake-hit electrical retail store in central Christchurch is "the last piece of the jigsaw" for the business, its owners say.
Potential buyers are still interested in saving Cranmer Courts, despite a possible $5 million price tag just to make the building safe.
About half of Christ Church Cathedral's $40 million insurance payout will be spent before the rebuild begins, court documents show.
Christchurch International Airport made $19.6 million profit in the year to June, despite almost 450,000 fewer passengers visiting the airport compared with before the earthquakes.
Central Christchurch could follow an international trend for daily late shopping to compete with suburban malls.
Canterbury mothers are suffering from "more complex" postnatal depressions since the earthquakes and the worst is yet to come.
“[It went] from a sketch into a product,” says Plastech Industries general manager Graeme Rikard. “Watching Kiwi businesses succeed, that's the rush I get out of it.”
More than 200,000 tourists are expected to descend on the quaint, quiet seaside village of Akaroa this cruise season, and it won't be plain sailing.
The giant demolition excavator Twinkle Toes has slowly been unravelling the PricewaterhouseCoopers building.
The earthquakes in Christchurch have left its university facing large bills for insurance and repair work.
Evidence supports claims the man who supervised the construction of the CTV building in Christchurch faked his identity.
As the University of Canterbury struggles to recover from the earthquakes, some academic staff are concerned that management is taking it in the wrong direction and that morale is at rock bottom. PHILIP MATTHEWS reports.
If you are feeling more emotional or having mood swings since the quakes, it might be a result of Christchurch's new obsession with colour. BECK ELEVEN reports from the red-green-white zone.
Police in Australia will investigate claims the man who supervised the construction of the CTV building stole another man's identity.
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