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.
A crane has arrived outside the Christ Church Cathedral as deconstruction of the landmark nears.
The Halswell drain recovery project will cost $2 million less than budgeted for.
Rugby fans who attended the Crusaders first home game in Christchurch have given their new stadium a glowing report.
Experts are offering free help to Cantabrians needing help to deal with earthquake stress.
Displaced pensioners in retirement homes hit by the Canterbury earthquake are copping a raw deal and it seems the stress is killing is many. Rob Stock reports.
The government is stepping in to provide more short-term accommodation in Christchurch as the pace of repairs on quake-damaged homes steps up and more people are forced off their land.
Christchurch has been shaken by a magnitude 3.9 quake.
The top is bent, and large cracks have opened between the stones, but the earthquake-damaged Victoria St clock tower in Christchurch could be fully restored.
When Ruth Lawrence listed a single bed on TradeMe she had no idea how much joy the listing would bring her.
Months of clinging to hope his riverside dream house could be saved has left Christchurch homeowner James Tuhimata feeling "psychologically whacked".
Earthquake Commission (EQC) staff, spread around four Christchurch sites, will move to one facility over the next five weeks.
Earthquake-hit Christchurch residents whose homes are demolished could receive faster rates relief if the Government approves a proposal to change the way rates are charged in the city.
When John and Kirsty Cook had to leave their Sumner home, red-stickered because of rock falls, they thought they had found a solution.
Habitat for Humanity's project to repair earthquake- damaged houses in Christchurch is about communities helping each other, New Zealand Governor-General Sir Jerry Mateparae says.
Another 251 Christchurch homes have been zoned red and are to be demolished.
A parliamentary report says emergency management systems were not strong enough for the Christchurch quake.
The Government is going to develop a new temporary village in Christchurch.
A further 251 Christchurch properties have been given red zone status following further assessment.
A new temporary housing village will be set up in New Brighton to address concerns about a lack of rental properties in Christchurch.
A spat has erupted after Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee suggested his Labour counterpart was "grumpy" she was not getting more taxpayer money for her red-zoned Christchurch property.
It's time for a night on the town, but who's going to look after the kids?
One of Christchurch’s biggest indoor cleanup jobs is underway – with librarians finally allowed inside the city’s main public library.
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