One Christchurch man, armed only with a ukulele, has written a song he hopes will make Cantabrians
One Christchurch man, armed only with a ukulele, has written a song he hopes will make Cantabrians smile again.
The Loons theatre and circus company says it is a struggle to fundraise when so many other groups also need help.
The nervous wait is for over thousands of students who sat NCEA last year, with the results available on line from today.
Christchurch City Council will now pay the full burial costs of quake victims who are to be laid to rest at a memorial cemetery in the city.
The Christchurch City Council has apologised for a mixup over who would pay the burial costs of earthquake victims in a memorial cemetery.
A new grant for small businesses with fewer than 10 employees is on offer to help pay for the professional services they need for their post-quake recovery.
Prince William was given building fragments from the Christchurch earthquake while visiting New Zealand and diamonds while visiting Canada.
Families of Christchurch earthquake victims are angry the council has reneged on an offer to pay for burial costs in a memorial cemetery.
Plans to make Christ Church Cathedral safe are in "disarray" after significant new damage in the December 23 earthquakes, outgoing dean Peter Beck says.
Several notable central-city buildings will be put under the microscope as part of the Canterbury earthquakes royal commission.
Fletcher Construction is urgently reviewing how it repairs earthquake-damaged heating appliances after a Christchurch woman was left with a noncompliant pellet fire by contractors.
Some schools have suffered more damage in the earthquakes that have hit Christchurch since December 23, sparking a reassessment of all schools.
Problems on building sites caused by Christchurch's aftershocks can be overcome and reconstruction should occur, a university academic says.
Two high-level delegations of United States lawmakers have slipped quietly in and out of New Zealand for a series of meetings including a first-hand look at Christchurch's earthquake damage.
Labour has accused the Government of undermining the central Christchurch recovery plan after 500 public servants were locked into a long-term lease on the city outskirts.
Christchurch has been branded "exciting" in a new Lonely Planet guide, and not because the ground regularly moves beneath your feet.
Recovery authorities are asking business, property owners and customers what will entice them back into Christchurch's quake-stricken CBD.
Canterbury Ballet School is moving classes to Nelson as the Christchurch earthquakes have left it without premises and struggling to attract new students.
Zinzan Brooke says Canterbury's proud rugby history can help lure British workers to help rebuild Christchurch.
A 4.1-magnitude aftershock struck Christchurch early this morning.
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