Government incentives to help attract offshore investment into the Christchurch rebuild is just one idea put forward by business leaders who say outside interest in capital projects for the city is growing.
Roger Sutton, one of the best-known faces amongst Christchurch's post-earthquake leaders, will soon mark his first year as chief executive of the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (Cera).
Christchurch's burnt-out welfare agencies will be breathing easier after the Government pledged another $13 million in funding for the social services sector.
Key decisions on Christchurch's annual plan could become irrelevant once the Government's central-city blueprint is finished, councillors fear.
A group headed by Bishop Victoria Matthews and including architects from Warren and Mahoney is to embark on a world tour for inspiration for a new Cathedral in the Square.
If the results of The Press survey of community attitudes is any indication, the Christchurch Art Gallery (CAG) appears to be lodged in the public's affections.
A rebuilt rugby stadium is way down the list of priorities for Christchurch residents, who say they want their swimming pools and sports fields fixed first.
Christchurch's pure underground water reservoirs may have increased liquefaction during the largest earthquakes in the past 20 months.
A once-thriving central Christchurch entertainment and retail precinct has been reduced to an empty lot.
Now you see it, now you don't.
An "unfortunate" minority of land damage claimants will not get enough compensation to fix their properties, the Earthquake Commission (EQC) says.
Three central-city precincts should form the foundation of the new Christchurch, a renowned Australian planning expert says.
Government agencies, and not the Christchurch City Council, should manage the central-city rebuild, The Press' local issues survey shows.
Aerial photos of the Christchurch CBD taken by KIRK HARGREAVES, comparing July 2011 with May 2012. Slideshow application by JOHN HARFORD.
Floodlights helped contractors work through the weekend to ensure a $38 million apartment building in Ferrymead would not collapse if another large earthquake struck.
Families who lost loved ones in the Christchurch earthquake are set to get a second $10,000 grant from the Red Cross.
Families of those killed in the February 2011 earthquake will receive another payment of $10,000 from the Red Cross.
The Press has returned home.
Hundreds of residents living in areas recently red-zoned are angry they only have until April next year to vacate their properties.
Show me more jobs like these