The psychological impact of the Canterbury earthquake has been accepted by the Employment Court as a valid reason for a lawyer filing legal documents several weeks late.
Tonight EQC Truths has released publicly on an open website platform a downloadable version of the EQC spreadsheet that has details of 67,000 claiments and this includes details of addresses and other Private information.
Christchurch City Council met today (Thursday 11 April), with the key decisions made outlined below:
The interim decision in the recent court case against Tower involving issues about repair v rebuild, and the red zoning of the area, has been released on-line.
Christchurch's tsunami warning siren system will be tested at 11am this Sunday 7 April 2013, with the sirens sounding for one to two minutes.
Avon-Otakaro Network (AvON) is extremely disappointed at the policy forbidding interim use of residential red zone lands, and urges Minister Gerry Brownlee to reconsider.
The Christchurch City Three Year Plan sets out what the council will do over the next three years, how much this will cost and where the money will come from.
How to Get Your Information After consulting with my lawyers and Bryan Staples from Earthquake Services, I have created the following process for obtaining your information while protecting the privacy of all property owners.
The Christchurch City Council may seek development proposals for prime central-city land it owns in Welles St.
Media Release: March 27th 2013
The Earthquake Commission (EQC) has revealed exactly how much information was leaked.
Environment Canterbury’s Commissioners have approved for consultation a draft Annual Plan which proposes a total rates increase across Canterbury for 2013/14 of 2.8%, following no increase in overall rates in 2011/12 and no increase in general rates in 2012/13.
An angry EQC employee sent me an e-mail earlier today providing me with EQC’s internal timeframes for settlement.
Key says yet another privacy breach at a Govt department – this time EQC – doesn't necessarily mean there is a systemic problem.
Homeowners are being asked to take on extra responsibility for house insurance calculations as part of sweeping changes to insurance policies.
The future Christchurch will be rebuilt around a series of key activity centres outlined in the draft Land Use Regional Plan.
Ecan, the regional government currently being run by commissioners, has produced a LURP or land use plan and now seek public comment until April 22.
Christchurch City Council has released the draft Concept Plan for the proposed Christchurch Coastal Pathway for the community to comment on.
As of Friday 22 March 2013 - all free repairs by Addington Action to uninsured homes in South Christchurch have stopped.
has just launched our new that lets tradies submit job vacancies in the Canterbury & Christchurch areas for FREE.
A project to look at the potential of a large scale collection, recycling or recovery of hazardous treated timber waste will benefit from $145,000 of Government funding.
The $600 million redevelopment of Christchurch's earthquake-hit health sector will be the "largest and most complex building project in the history of New Zealand's public health service", the Government says.
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