The Canterbury Brewery site will be sold after its owner decided not to rebuild in central Christchurch.
This inner-city red-zone photo and video series shows central Christchurch at dawn, framing the shots with the buildings that will no longer be there.
AMI Stadium can be repaired, but that course carries some risks, the Christchurch City Council says.
The Christchurch City Council's decision to repair the quake-damaged Cowles Stadium has met criticism from eastern residents, who say the council's priorities are wrong.
Warren and Mahoney brought a brave new look to Christchurch, writes Kim Triegaardt.
Christchurch's only gay bar is being "swamped by straights" and the small premises is proving a bit of a squeeze
A magnitude-4.2 earthquake shook Christchurch overnight.
The shifting of Tenancy Tribunal hearings to near Christchurch Airport in less than two weeks will be inconvenient and costly for low-income Cantabrians, the Tenants Protection Association says.
The Christchurch City Council says the city needs a convention centre to meet present and future needs.
The company managing AMI Insurance's earthquake claims will be downsized from the end of this year, meaning redundancies for some staff.
A Kaiapoi housing development will start marketing sections next month after coming through the final stage of the approval process unscathed.
When 75-year-old Lorraine Waters told the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (Cera) she could not afford a new home with its red-zone offer, she was advised to take out a new mortgage.
The Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (Cera) has ruled out a review of the residential red zone despite 100 homeowners challenging the decision to write off their land.
Business and local government leaders have joined the chorus of those downplaying the need for a claimed Government takeover of Christchurch's central city rebuild.
A single mother says her attempts to leave earthquake-hit Christchurch were thwarted after the Earthquake Commission reassessed her claim a year after it was paid out.
A landscape architect is telling planners to be wary of building over old waterways during the Christchurch rebuild
It was a shaky start to the Easter break in Canterbury with three earthquakes rattling the region.
Plans are afoot to save Canterbury's oldest pub, the Mitre Tavern in Lyttelton.
A Christchurch strip club is set to reopen after more than a year inside the central-city cordon.
Labour is claiming the Govt has plans to strip earthquake recovery responsibilities off Christchurch City Council and give them to the CERA.
A proposed rates hike to cover a $330 million repair and rebuild bill will leave the city with world-class facilities, the Christchurch City Council says.
Damp autumn conditions are being blamed for a reported increase in mosquito numbers across Christchurch as dozens of people are claiming to have been bitten.
The Government is poised to strip Christchurch City Council of its core function in the city's recovery, a Labour MP says.
The latest video of the central Christchurch red zone shows fresh demolition work in the city.
A Rolleston man whose wife died in the February 2011 earthquake is upset that items left on her grave by their young daughters have been stolen.
The status of council-owned facilities is now listed online.
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