More of Christchurch's quake condemned red zones are set to be announced in the coming weeks with Southshore, Spencerville and Brooklands rumoured to be next in line.
Christchurch police today explained their actions that saw a man with Asperger's Syndrome arrested for stealing light bulbs in the aftermath of February’s quake.
The structural integrity of the CTV building, which collapsed in the February earthquake killing 115 people, has been questioned by a structural engineer.
The families of Christchurch earthquake victims may have persuaded the Government to pay for legal representation at the Royal Commission into the earthquakes.
Pupils at two earthquake-hit Christchurch schools will travel to a North Island sports competition thanks to an American city.
Kaiapoi residents are recovering from a double shock – with news the community will be "ripped apart" followed by an early morning jolt yesterday.
The number of earthquake-related post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) cases among Cantabrians was much lower than expected, the president of the New Zealand Psychological Society said yesterday.
The Crowne Plaza hotel owner is in talks with the Christchurch City Council to restore a historic route through Victoria Square.
Editor Andrew Holden says staff at The Press worked to match the resilience of the people of Christchurch in continuing to publish the paper through the trauma of the past 12 months.
Christchurch house prices are getting a big boost, as red zone homeowners look to relocate.
The demolition of an earthquake-damaged historic wedding venue has been captured on film, stirring up memories for thousands of Cantabrians who were married there.
Plans for a fundraising relay run to earthquake-hit Christchurch are sprinting ahead.
Earthquake Minister Gerry Brownlee says the first offers to homeowners in the red-zone are in the mail.
Earthquake victims' families will meet the Attorney- General and other ministers on Sunday for the first time since they were denied funding for legal representation.
Fire, earthquakes and snow closed a New Brighton preschool for 41 days of the past year, but a "survivors' celebration" was aimed at putting it all behind them.
They were among the first to be affected, but almost the last to be given any answers about their future.
Charlotte and Tim have a cute little home in the red zone in Avonside. Being in the red zone meant they had to decide whether to take the government offer or settle with EQC and their insurance company AMI.
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