Canterbury's dedicated post-quake business support service will continue until the end of April next year and not shut up shop at the end of this week as first planned.
has set up a webcam on the fifth floor of Press House, pointing the PWC building to record the demolition process.
Christchurch residents whose properties will increase or decrease in value over the coming financial year may have their rates bill altered to reflect the changes.
All tenants forced out of an earthquake-prone Christchurch housing complex have been offered somewhere else to live, but one is still facing an uncertain wait for a new home.
Community workshops will begin next week to help "put the edge" back into the quake-damaged Edgeware Village.
Bus company Magic Travellers Network NZ is bringing Christchurch back onto its national overnight itinerary, with the Canterbury tourism industry hoping more bus groups will return.
The High Court at Auckland yesterday approved an amended scheme of arrangement for the settlement of claims of former Ansvar policyholders.
Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee has rejected claims from a community action spokesman that there is a division between hills suburbs and flat-land properties when it comes to the land zoning review process.
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