City councillors need to trust the consortium charged with redesigning central Christchurch, the deputy mayor says.
An idea to extend New Regent St to Avon River is "logical", says the owner of the building in the way.
Kaiapoi will soon have its own temporary business accommodation, but there are no plans to mirror the makeshift retail precincts of Christchurch and Rangiora.
Sport Canterbury is sparking controversy by calling for part of Christchurch's Hagley Park to be turned into a large sporting complex.
Four companies have been short-listed to design and plan Christchurch's central-city rebuild.
Another central Christchurch hotel may be demolished after its estimated reopening date was postponed indefinitely.
A man who had both his legs amputated after the Christchurch earthquake is set to compete in the New York Marathon.
A Sumner container has been yarn-bombed by knitters and crocheters.
Business has gone stale for a Christchurch bakery subjected to a year of roadworks and street closures.
Recovery plans for Lyttelton and Sydenham's earthquake- hit centres are a step closer after the Christchurch City Council fast-tracked the planning process.
Christ Church Cathedral's tower was demolished this week and there are plans to bring down most of the building. CHARLIE GATES has been reviewing thousands of pages of documents that chronicle the battle for the cathedral.
Piles of rubble are still on site at a controversial rubble dump in Sydenham, a businessman says.
More than a quarter of Canterbury buildings subjected to detailed engineering evaluations (DEEs) have been judged too dangerous to occupy.
Sir Ian McKellen is touring a one man show to raise money for the restoration of the earthquake damaged Theatre Royal in Christchurch.
The first sod has been turned at the site of Christchurch's new $20 million temporary police station.
Christchurch's White Lights of Hope will soon fade into the darkness.
Earthquake repairs costing $3.6 million have begun on the 14-storey Novotel Hotel in Christchurch.
Part of the Oxford service centre will close today because of earthquake risk.
A blessing and sod-turning ceremony will take place today at the site of the new Christchurch central police station.
Renters in Kaiapoi's red zone are a "wave waiting to break", with nowhere to go as the deadline to leave nears, agencies say.
The Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority's (Cera) demolition budget has more than doubled since last October, but the authority cannot put a figure on Christchurch's total demolition bill.
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