Labour's demanding answers from Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee, about how he appointed a panel to review decisions made by the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority.
Labour's demanding answers from Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee about how he appointed a panel.
Food markets, street sculptures and residential developments could be part of a Sydenham "village", a rebuilding plan for the earthquake-hit area shows.
A massive Burwood operation dealing with millions of tonnes of demolition waste is nothing to do with the Christchurch City Council, council management says.
Christchurch children on a free week-long break in Auckland have commemorated the people who died in the February earthquake.
Some of the prison system's toughest inmates have been given a chance to showcase their creative side at an Auckland art exhibition.
Quake rubbish and debris from the Lyttelton Port land reclamation is washing up on the other side of the harbour.
The Tzu Chi Buddhist community gave more than $100,000 worth of food, blankets and torches to Linwood College's school community on Saturday.
Earthquake debris from the Lyttelton Harbour reclamation has been washing up on nearby beaches, leading residents to question its environmental impact.
A bus load of Christchurch children and their parents are spending the day in Hanmer, thanks to donations made to the City Mission.
More than 270 Canterbury children have arrived in Auckland today to take a "break from the quake".
An organised cycling tour around the inner-city cordon was the first opportunity some people had to see the extent of earthquake damage, an organiser says.
Canterbury University is giving a five-bedroomed apartment to five Christchurch students rent free for a year.
Two aftershocks - one a 4.2 in magnitude - rattled Christchurch overnight.
Fifty grieving families of Christchurch earthquake victims have been denied government funding for legal representation at royal commission hearings.
The Isaac Theatre Royal will not reopen until January 2013.
Fiona Platt had given up on being able to see an All Blacks game this season – but that was before she won tickets to a fundraiser test match.
Almost $2 million worth of earthquake payouts may be lost or sitting in mailboxes, the Earthquake Commission (EQC) says.
A site left empty by the Canterbury earthquakes has been brought back to life with books.
Christ Church Cathedral is insured for only 70 per cent of the rebuild cost.
Evicted Arts Centre tenants in Christchurch are calling for the release of engineering reports on their former buildings.
A break in the week’s freezing temperatures has seen Christchurch residents take to touring the central city cordons.
The EQC says as of July 1, more than 630 EQC cheques amounting to $1.9 million had not been presented to banks.
A void stands to one side of the sanctuary in Christchurch's St Michael and All Angels; a vacant space and a poignant reminder of one of one of the city's cultural casualties in the February 22 earthquake.
A small Cook Islands community raised $25,000 for the Christchurch earthquake appeal in just four hours.
A police visit and five months living with the threat of rockfalls could not keep a Christchurch resident out of his red-stickered home.
When the spire of the Christ Church Cathedral came tumbling down on February 22, so did Tadaaki Kusaka's business.
The earth has been moving for some Cantabrians since September in naughty ways.
A Christchurch cyclist has posted a video of himself and a mate breaching a cordon and riding through a massive rock fall.
A group of All Blacks will visit Christchurch tomorrow to hand out tickets to next week's All Blacks test against Fiji, meet residents of some of the hardest-hit parts of the city and personally thank the city's emergency services.
Canterbury has been shaken by a 4.4 magnitude aftershock today.
A network of hidden faults on the outskirts of Christchurch will be the focus of more research to ascertain their earthquake risk.
About 1500 Kaiapoi residents will be the first of those in orange zones to know whether their properties will be abandoned.
No serious injuries have occurred in central Christchurch's red zone since the February 22 earthquake, the Department of Labour says.
A decision on Christchurch's AMI Stadium must be made next month if the venue is to host Super Rugby next season.
Chief of Defence Force Lieutenant General Rhys Jones hands over food and funds to the Christchurch City Mission and the Salvation Army food banks.
A road connecting Sumner to Lyttelton may never reopen, a council manager says.
The Christchurch City Council says they hope to have all residents off chemical toilets and portaloos by the end of August.
Campbell Live took its caravan of comment to the streets of Christchurch to find out how people are feeling about the EQC.
A $30 million, three-year project to repair and strengthen the Clock Tower and the Great Hall at the Arts Centre could start in October.
Those living in Christchurch's residential red zone will receive formal cash offers from the Government by the end of August.
Waimakariri and Selwyn district residents in earthquake limbo should be told next week they won't have to abandon their properties.
Street art depicting the heroic actions of Christchurch police after the February 22 earthquake has been unveiled in the city.
The Earthquake Commission (EQC) still has 20,000 outstanding contents claims dating back to September.
Earthquake-hit Christchurch homeowners trying to move on are struggling to secure new insurance cover.
Listings are running short as Christchurch red-zone dwellers begin house-hunting, real estate agents say.
The Christchurch Earthquake Appeal Trust hopes to raise $2.5 million through "red and black" bonds.
The Canterbury Earthquakes Royal Commission has released a list of buildings of interest to its enquiry into earthquake-related building failure in Christchurch.
Statistics NZ’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) report for the March 2011 quarter indicates a 0.8 percent rise in economic activity in the face of hardships caused by the Christchurch earthquakes.
Five cases of earthquake demolition waste being stockpiled, buried or burnt illegally are being investigated by Environment Canterbury (ECan).
Quake burglar Christopher William King admitted it had "sucked" breaking into an abandoned accommodation block in Hereford St, and he wished he had not done it.
Hockey turfs at earthquake-hit Porritt Park are repairable but at too high a cost, says Canterbury Hockey chief executive Tim Shannahan.
Christchurch could get a new suburban movie palace to make up for the cinemas lost in the Canterbury earthquakes.
Lyttelton and Sydenham residents have been invited to comment on rebuilding plans for their earthquake-damaged suburbs.
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