Christchurch's Student Volunteer Army has received the Royal New Zealand RSA’s Anzac of the Year Award for 2012.
The Student Volunteer Army will make history by becoming the first group awarded the Anzac of the Year award.
Putting a new unit in charge of planning Christchurch's new CBD could mean residents won't have much say about what it looks like, the Green Party says.
Cantabrians may have to lower healthcare expectations in the long-term aftermath of the February 2011 earthquake, researchers suggest.
Mixed messages from the Earthquake Commission (EQC) about payments to green-blue property owners are continuing, despite the commission trying to resolve communication problems.
A new Government-led task force has 100 days to develop a blueprint for the rebuild of Christchurch's city centre.
A new Government unit to lead the Christchurch city-centre rebuild has been mostly welcomed by local politicians.
The man tasked with knocking down much of central Christchurch has been charged with building it back up.
A new unit which has been put in charge of the rebuilding of Christchurch city is being welcomed by almost everyone.
The Government has announced it will set up a new Christchurch central city rebuild unit charged with getting the rebuild of the CBD up and running quickly.
Several eastern Christchurch businesses have become the latest casualties of the city's aftershocks.
An insurance company is defending its decision to use government guidelines to downgrade red-zone settlements, despite the department that wrote them insisting they did not apply.
A Christchurch family of seven has suffered "one knockback too many" and is now struggling to find somewhere to live.
It would be ''ironic'' if the Government took charge of the Christchurch rebuild, says a city councillor.
Ratepayers will be asked to stump up $240,000 to help operate Christchurch's planned cardboard cathedral.
Emergency department staff at Christchurch Hospital and health workers across the Canterbury region coped well.
Christchurch police have discovered an Aladdin’s cave of loot taken from abandoned quake damaged homes.
The design made out of cardboard tubes will cost $5.3 million and will hold more than 700 people.
The lack of affordable accommodation in Christchurch has hit crisis point for many.
A man who allegedly stole dozens of items from red-stickered Christchurch homes will appear in court on Monday afternoon.
The site of the Transitional Cathedral, a temporary structure that will take the place of the demolished Christchurch Cathedral until a new permanent building is built, has been confirmed.
The Fire Service will hold an independent review into its response to the February 2011 earthquake.
Show me more jobs like these