The rebuild of Christchurch will take years.
A Christchurch artist has preserved the memory of the city's earthquake-damaged landmarks in ink.
The Salvation Army has been out delivering food parcels and gas heaters to desperate Christchurch residents.
Campbell Live comes to you tonight from an awning attached to a caravan behind a broken home in Christchurch.
Christchurch schools face more disruption to timetables already squeezed by time lost after this year's earthquakes.
Almost 80 demolition crews are facing their second day without access to Christchurch's cordoned-off central city today if the polar blast continues.
A special meeting of Government’s cabinet will take place in Christchurch on September 5, marking the first anniversary of the first Canterbury earthquake.
Over coming months more than five thousand red-zoned families in Christchurch will be house hunting - looking for homes to replace what the government has written off.
Christchurch music venue AL's Bar will not reopen.
Christchurch's earthquake-hit breweries have toasted their success at the beer industry's top awards.
Six of New Zealand's biggest music stars are to receive guitars made from timber recovered from the ruins of buildings destroyed in the Christchurch earthquakes.
The Earthquake Commission (EQC) might double its team processing contents claims from the Canterbury earthquakes to clear them by its Christmas deadline.
People who want to see Christchurch's earthquake-damaged residential red zone become a park or reserve are being urged to attend a public meeting tomorrow.
Prime Minister John Key is a fan of light rail for earthquake-hit Christchurch but he's less clear on who should pay for the city's $2 billion rebuild plan.
Christchurch mayor Bob Parker is welcoming debate around the draft plan for the city’s rebuild.
Earthquake Recovery Minister residents must now decide how much they're prepared to pay to rebuild Christchurch's central city.
A Christchurch pipe band that lost its earthquake-shattered home, along with valuable equipment, will still compete against the world's best in Glasgow this Saturday.
Two men accused of being earthquake predators will spend a further fortnight in jail on remand after appearing at a Christchurch District Court sitting yesterday.
A $406 million light-rail connection between central Christchurch and Canterbury University is the first step in what could become a $4 billion city-wide network, Mayor Bob Parker says.
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