New short-term accommodation businesses in Christchurch houses say the city needs their service but they are struggling to find beds.
Seven weeks after its abrupt closure because of quake damage, upmarket Merivale Mall in Christchurch is fully operational again.
Winston Peters has called for the government to find the cash to deliver a "fair" deal for residents of Christchurch's red-zone retirement villages.
One of Christchurch's biggest demolition jobs is now in full swing with the quake-damaged Crowne Plaza Hotel.
A garden among the ruins of Christ Church Cathedral could soften its loss, writes .
The Government needs to do more to deal with insurance problems in earthquake-hit Christchurch, NZ First leader Winston Peters says.
About 600 jars of Marmite that have been locked inside Merivale Mall's Fresh Choice supermarket for seven weeks will not be up for grabs when the mall reopens today.
Christchurch red-zone bus tours will be resurrected as a money-making venture, with passengers paying to see the earthquake-hit city.
Christchurch's February earthquake was the third most expensive in history, says one of the world's biggest reinsurers which has calculated last year as the costliest in history from natural disasters.
A Christchurch cafe is staying put despite being told its building needs to be demolished.
Guinness the dog is the first animal to ever be presented with a local hero medal.
A rapid earthquake information application for Apple iPhones should be released in early June.
A Christchurch cafe has defied orders to vacate a building earmarked for demolition.
Christchurch families are renting garages to live in, and 11 people are living in one two-bedroom house, parliament has been told.
Post-earthquake checks of more than 2500 Christchurch City Council buildings and community housing facilities will take two years to complete.
A $91-million plan to reopen Christchurch's one-way streets to two-way traffic will come another step closer tomorrow.
Archie Green calls it vandalism. The Earthquake Commission says it was a mistake that they regret.
Campbell Live has been inundated with people asking for stories about the EQC. By default the media seems to have become the last court of appeal.
A Bishopdale preschool has today become the latest casualty of ongoing aftershocks.
Insurance companies say there is an increasing trend for quake-hit customers to take a cash settlement rather than wait for a rebuild but reject any suggestion they are pushing a settlement as a preferred option.
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