The Christchurch City Council's $1 billion roading repairs budget will include tackling over 400 transport projects over the next decade.
On the anniversary of the Christchurch earthquake a Kiwi coffee company says it has raised almost $250,000 for the Christchurch rebuild.Hummingbird Coffee which distributes to supermarkets and cafes across New Zealand, has raised...
Three empty car parks with the faded CTV outline are part of a new memorial to remember the 115 people who died there seven years ago. In the middle sits a pile of river stones – each with a name of someone killed.On February 22...
It is “Road Cone Day” today. When Christchurch remembers those that died, in a uniquely Christchurch fashion. That dreaded day has come around again, when we all pause for reflection. The 22nd of February 2010, the day that changed the …
It is “Road Cone Day” today. When Christchurch remembers those that died, in a uniquely Christchurch fashion. That dreaded day has come around again, when we all pause for reflection. The 22nd of February 2011, the day that changed the …
It will take 20 years to return Christchurch's quake-damaged roads to the standard enjoyed by other New Zealand cities with $1 billion in repairs and improvements planned for the next decade.
Anniversaries of disasters are understandably focused on loss. We mourn lives lost, homes razed and public landmarks destroyed.
Christchurch is "on the verge of something spectacular" but its rebuild is at "an extremely delicate stage" warns one of seven influential city leaders asked by to describe the city's progress on the seventh anniversary of the 2011 deadly earthquake.
OPINION: Ka mua, ka muri. Walk backwards to the future, the noble Maori proverb says.
Seven years. If the sight of the , the blizzard of planning documents in lieu of something happening , or the is getting you down, think about this: in another seven years it will all be a memory.
Families who lost loved ones in the CTV building collapse hope everyone will feel they can come and share the newly-reopened memorial space on the site.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will pay her respects to the 185 people killed in the February 2011 earthquake at a memorial service marking the seventh anniversary of the disaster.
Village Roadshow co-chief executive Graham Burke has slammed Google for "facilitating crime" by allowing piracy, saying the multibillion-dollar company is welcome to sue him for his comments.
Regenerate Christchurch is yet to brief the city council and Crown on its plan for a revamped Cathedral Square, prompting a hurry up from rebuild minister Megan Woods.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has offered a sympathetic ear to the families of those killed in the Canterbury Television (CTV) building collapse, but not the words they wanted to hear.
Nearly seven years on from the Christchurch earthquake, some residents with quake-damaged homes today protested the thousands of unresolved earthquake insurance claims.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has faced a horde of protesters in Christchurch, telling them the quagmire of outstanding earthquake insurance cases is "just not good enough".
A massive fundraising campaign to rebuild the earthquake-damaged Christ Church Cathedral has been launched with a $1 million donation.
The first bar in Christchurch's long-awaited $140 million Terrace hospitality development may open this week.
Christchurch's central city east frame housing development has a new name: One Central.
The former home of Spagalimis Pizza in central Christchurch's Victoria St is for sale "as is where is" after sitting vacant since the 2011 earthquakes.
In the rush to plan a new Christchurch after the earthquakes, a Metro Sports Facility was tipped to open in 2016, and a new stadium was envisaged to be available for the 2017 Lions rugby tour.
Megan Woods has not ruled out combining Christchurch's metro sports facility and multi-use stadium, despite a report considering the option recommending it not be pursued.
The engineer whose firm designed the Canterbury Television (CTV) building has won a small victory in a long-running disciplinary case against him over the structure's collapse.
An idea to combine Christchurch's metro sports facility and multi-use stadium into one project has failed its first test.
A Canterbury couple who called their court action with a prominent earthquake litigation firm a "total failure" have lost their latest appeal.
Whether Christchurch will have a multi-purpose stadium and sports facility on one site or two will be known by April.
A planned central Christchurch apartment block is being criticised for potentially inflaming on-street parking problems, but its developers say off-street parks would increase prices for buyers.
Work to transform the Christchurch CTV site â where 115 people died in the Christchurch earthquake nearly seven years ago â is on track to be completed in less than a fortnight.
Timber bracing supporting a 129-year-old chapel has escalated a dispute between two Christchurch neighbours.
Earthquake rebuild organisation Regenerate Christchurch has announced Sue Sheldon as its new board chair, starting next Wednesday.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will meet with families of victims of Christchurch's Canterbury Television building collapse next week.
Retailers and stallholders are hoping to restart elsewhere after Christchurch's famous container mall closed on Wednesday.
The report looking at options for Christchurch's beleaguered metro sports facility is due "imminently".
On 15 February 2018 the Court of Appeal will hear the appeal from the High Court decision in Xu & anor v IAG & anor  NZHC 1964 about the ability of an assignee of insurance policy rights to enforce a reinstatement entitlement.
Here is a link to my interview with John Campbell on Checkpoint about issues with EQC work and claims.
Tower Insurance plans to close its Christchurch office after its outstanding local earthquake claims are settled.
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