The Pyne Gould Corporation says it was never told engineers were concerned their building posed a severe seismic risk.
The Pyne Gould Corporation building's property manager rejects suggestions occupants of the building were placed at risk of death after the September 2010 earthquake.
Christchurch City Council was uncomfortable with the words "safe to occupy" on the green placards fixed to buildings after the September earthquake, a royal commission has heard.
A woman who survived being trapped in Christchurch's collapsed Pyne Gould Corporation building says the experience has changed the way she looks at life.
Survivors who worked in the Pyne Gould Corporation building have told of the terrifying moment when the February earthquake struck trapping them inside.
When the February Earthquake struck, David Sandeman was plunged three storeys into a dark hole amidst the rubble of the PGC building.
Existing cracks in the Pyne Gould Corporation building did not cause it to collapse.
Demolition has begun at Christchurch's Rugby League Park to prepare it for the upcoming Super rugby season.
Food group Sanitarium New Zealand has suspended work at the group's Christchurch manufacturing centre and sent staff home because of earthquake-related concerns.
Pyne Gould Corporation building tenants repeatedly raised concerns about cracks in building parts that eventually collapsed, the Canterbury earthquakes royal commission has heard.
Almost 1000 Christchurch children ran and biked their way around South Hagley Park yesterday as part of Weet-Bix's special duathlon event.
The hearing into the collapsed Pyne Gould Corporation building has started, with the commission chair acknowledging the 18 people who died in the building.
The Pyne Gould Corporation building killed 18 people in the February 22 earthquake; today their families will hear how it collapsed.
The sight of Christchurch's iconic cathedral in ruins brought many to tears this morning as for the first time since February's devastating quake people were allowed to walk into Cathedral Square.
Demolition of more than 6000 Christchurch red-zone homes will start in February, flattening entire suburbs.
Christchurch residents can return to Cathedral Square today for the first time since the February 22 earthquake.
Keith Lush is one of the many resilient and courageous Cantabrians we have met this year.
A Christchurch man caught the moment when the Christ Church Cathedral crumbled on February 22.
A Christchurch jewellery store that became one of the images of the September earthquake is set to reopen for the third time in just over a year.
The Government will use special powers to turn part of Bottle Lake Forest Park into a permanent dump.
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