A welfare worker is "heartbroken" after a Christchurch community centre and church was placed in the city's residential red zone.
High maintenance costs and safety concerns could scupper plans for an earthquake memorial at Shag Rock.
Foodstuffs has been forced to close parts of one of its Christchurch buildings deemed earthquake-prone.
Another Christchurch playcentre is homeless after last week's rezoning announcement.
Demand from red-zoners is still boosting the number of house sales in Christchurch, with cheaper homes proving especially popular.
Newly red-zoned Christchurch homeowners are upset they have the same deadline to quit their earthquake-damaged land as those zoned red eight months ago.
The Christ Church Cathedral is slowing "rocking herself to pieces", according to its project manager.
Melanie and Steve Brown thought it would be a novelty to get married in a leap year.
Officials should "pull out all the stops" to open the central-city cordon as soon as possible, a business leader says.
Merivale Mall's owners have maintained a wall of silence about the fate of the quake-hit shopping centre, with one business owner criticising the mall's lack of communication.
Shopkeepers are having to find alternative ways to stay in business after being forced out of Christchurch’s Merivale Mall because of the earthquake risk.
What remains of New Zealand’s most recognisable church, the Christchurch Cathedral?
None of the barriers erected around unreinforced masonry buildings in Christchurch after the September 2010 quakes protected against falling facades, an engineer says.
Brett Chambers had the perfect life. Overachieving children, dream home, successful career and his childhood sweetheart and "unbelievably awesome" wife, Helen.
The Canterbury Earthquakes Royal Commission has set a June date for looking at the collapse of the CTV building.
The demolition of two dangerous six-storey Christchurch apartment blocks may have to be delayed until tomorrow.
The formal inquiry into the collapse of the Canterbury Television (CTV) building in February 2011 will run for about five weeks when it starts in June.
Bureaucratic delays held up the demolition of a quake-damaged building that killed a man in last February's earthquake, a royal commission has heard.
The owners of quake-hit Merivale Mall are today "liasing" with affected businesses to discuss the fate of the shopping centre.
The owners of quake-hit Merivale Mall are today "liaising" with affected businesses to discuss the fate of the shopping centre.
A Colombo St building that collapsed during last February's earthquake, killing 25-year-old Normand Lee, is the focus of the Canterbury earthquakes royal commission today.
Cera may miss its April deadline to have the central city cordon lifted as more terminally damaged buildings are identified and continuing aftershocks impede engineers.
Goods worth millions of dollars from two Christchurch hotels damaged in last February's earthquake are now being sold in Invercargill.
Traffic will be blocked near the quake-hit Terrace on the Park apartment complex while the buildings are demolished, the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority says.
The World Society for the Protection of Animals is asking Kiwis to make sure they have an emergency kit for their pets.
Retailers in Christchurch’s upmarket Merivale Mall remain in the dark about how badly damaged their shopping centre may be and when, if ever, they will be allowed back in.
Merivale Mall tenants will meet mall management tomorrow to discuss the fate of the quake-hit shopping centre.
An American tourist watched helplessly as her friend was crushed by falling rubble as they left a central Christchurch tattoo studio, an inquiry has heard.
The parents of Jayden Andrews-Howland have been robbed of so many things: watching their only child grow from a boy into a man, the chance to be grandparents, and growing old as a family together in Christchurch.
An ex-pat Kiwi's support for Christchurch has been recognised with the UK New Zealander of the Year award.
The new Christchurch Stadium would run over budget by about $5 million, Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee said last night.
You have to be a certain age – but not old exactly – to remember it was once the Earthquake and War Damage Commission.
More than 100 computers salvaged from an earthquake-damaged building have been donated to Canterbury's student volunteers.
Ian Simpson volunteers up-front that the Earthquake Commission is "painful to deal with" and needs to improve the way it handles its Canterbury customers.
Christchurch's limbo land has shrunk further, with 213 more properties being transferred to the residential red zone.
Legal action by the families of Chinese citizens killed in the Canterbury Television building collapse cannot be ruled out, the Chinese embassy says.
Jane Taylor never imagined the death of her teenage son would one day instil in her a tenacious will to live.
More Christchurch residents have learned what is going to happen to their earthquake damaged homes.
Lyttelton was likened to a war zone after last February's earthquake but signs of recovery in Canterbury's historic port town are evident. Marc Greenhill reports.
Residents of Christchurch's eastern suburbs have mixed feelings about the announcement their orange-zoned homes have finally been re-classified by the government.
Of the 255 orange-zone properties whose fates were announced today, fewer than 20 percent have been green-zoned.
Newly red-zoned Christchurch property owners say they are relieved at today's news their homes will be demolished.
Some newly red-zoned Christchurch property owners say they are relieved at today's news their homes will be demolished.
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