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A woman who stole nearly half a million dollars from her employer and claimed post-quake trauma was partly to blame has had an appeal against her jail sentence dismissed.
Bankrupt developer Dave Henderson's bid to revive a Christchurch building has helped scupper an insurance payout on the property.
A full investigation into an engineer's involvement in the collapsed CTV building would not be in the public interest, a judge has heard.
Filling empty spaces has become an art in Christchurch, with Gap Filler leading the way in bringing joy and fun to a once decimated city.
Government-owned insurer Southern Response has set aside $4 million for its legal costs over the next year, as it faces a lawsuit from disgruntled Christchurch customers angry with its work on earthquake repairs.
Canterbury journalist Lucinda Diack knew it would be difficult telling the stories of Canterbury families rebuilding both their homes and their lives after the 2010-2011 earthquakes. But she says emotions were always right at the surface as she interviewed the families for a new book.
Part of Lyttelton's Holy Trinity church will soon look out over its port town parish once more.
The 100-day blueprint that guides the Christchurch rebuild actually took 67 days to produce and "20-something" days of actual design work, an architect involved said.
An Oamaru woman has been reunited with her fingers - more than 80 years after her death.
More than 77,000 Cantabrians have have taken part in a nationwide earthquake drill.
The flights are paid for and the hotel booked â earthquake survivor Stacey Herbert is weeks away from taking her first steps in new prosthetic legs.
A Christchurch businessman has failed in his insurance claim to prove that his artworks, worth hundreds of thousands of dollars . . . are not artworks.
East Christchurch is the subject of seven-part, half-hour documentary series that will debut on CTV on Thursday night.
Helen and Brian Coker were always keen gardeners.
A $3.5 million project to rebuild the historic St Peter's Church in upper Riccarton is awaiting resource consent.
A group of homeowners is taking legal action against the Earthquake Commission (EQC) over its repair and cash settlement policies.
A campaign to give young Cantabrians a say in shaping the future of their city has been launched.
It's not only earthquake repairs that are defective. The Earthquake Commission system is broken too.
Three pianos played their last tune as they were smashed by Greendale residents during an earthquake memorial.
Two "inquisitive" intruders caught inside Christ Church Cathedral have been arrested by police.
The crown jewel of the Canterbury Provincial Chambers looks like a store room that hasn't finished being built yet. It's dark, with a weather proof ceiling so low you feel like you're about to hit your hard hat on it. There are timber and steel supports everywhere â you have to clamber over them to get through the doorway.
Her house is on a lean, the future is uncertain and she has no neighbours but Jackie Hall, 84, is quite happy in Kaiapoi where she has lived most of her life.