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A group of Christchurch red zoners is heading back to court to fight for more compensation following the approval of new payout terms by the Government.
A group of Christchurch red zone property owners have won their battle for a 100 per cent Crown buy-out.
Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee has cancelled his own party because of a "conspiracy theorist" claim of favouritism in the rebuild.
The city council clawed back some power from the Government just days before a new plan for Canterbury's earthquake rebuild was released.
Empty, overgrown sections, broken roads and houses, desolation â welcome to the residential red zones of Christchurch.
An plan to rename a major residential development in central Christchurch has been labelled "disappointing" and "a waste of resources".
The Government has missed another deadline for clearing Canterbury's flat land red zones.
The earthquake-damaged Christ Church Cathedral has become a symbol of everything Christchurch's rebuild should not be about, city councillor Jamie Gough says.
Christchurch should know on Thursday who will be in charge for the remainder of its earthquake rebuild.
A rollerblader who shot footage of pre-quake Christchurch has posted a video of the city in its unbroken state.
A group of Christchurch red-zoners is set to be fully compensated for their earthquake-damaged properties following a rethink by the Government.
Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee says a lawsuit against Southern Response over insurance settlement delays is part "ambulance chaser".
Southern Response is offering customers free legal advice about a law suit being brought against it over settlement delays.
Engineer Alan Reay has escaped sanction after being found not to have mislead an industry body over his links to the Canterbury Television (CTV) building.
A review into the quality of Canterbury's earthquake repairs has been called a "whitewash" after the Government allowed insurers to choose which homes could be looked at.
Another icon from Christchurch city's past is almost gone, with the demolition of the Camelot Hotel in Cathedral Square due to finish this week.
An ex-pat Kiwi's photographs of post-quake Christchurch have thrown the rebuild into sharp relief.
City councillors will be asked to confirm the August 2013 decision to spent $127.5 million on fully repairing and restoring the 1972 heritage-listed Christchurch Town Hall, which has been closed since it was damaged in the Canterbury earthquakes.
Christchurch needs social housing for singles and solo parents to address dire post-earthquake shortages, the Government says.