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The public will play a part in deciding what the residential red zones will look like in the future, Prime Minister John Key says.
Insurers need to better recognise and respond to the stress many of their Canterbury customers are under, a disaster recovery psychologist says.
The number of Government inspections will be ramping up between now and the end of the year due to safety concerns in the Christchurch demolition industry.
A small kitset house in a temporary village set up after Canterbury's earthquakes is the only home 8-month-old Jack Gould has known.
Pioneer and Jellie Park pools need extensive repairs, with early estimates putting the cost of fixing them at $6 million.
A woman who fled the collapsing Canterbury Television building during the February 2011 earthquake has been touched by an invitation to meet the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
A white plastic burial shroud encases the demolition-ready Majestic theatre.
Lessons learnt from Christchurch's deadly 2011 earthquake are not reflected in new legislation aimed at reducing the number of quake-prone buildings, the city council says.
Government officials are seeking information on Christ Church Cathedral's restoration costs.
The man who ordered the demolition of the historic Majestic Theatre has defended his decision, saying restoration could have cost in excess of $18 million.
Hundreds of Cantabrians in urgent need of state housing are still no closer to securing a home before winter hits as Housing New Zealand's (HNZ) waiting list continues to climb.
Contractors repairing some Christchurch streets have been asked why they are not doing promised upgrades at the same time.
The former Christchurch police station building will be demolished.
Christchurch is learning the hard way that disaster recovery is as much about politics as rebuilding. So what does it take for a city to "bounce forward"? JOHN McCRONE reports from a resilient city workshop.
One of the Earthquake Commission's (EQC) top officials is leaving the organisation after his position was "disestablished".
Earthquake-induced building collapses and a mining disaster have had a "minimal" impact on the public perception of engineers, according to survey results.
It appears the sky is the limit for settling Port Hills insurance claims.
The number of Canterbury properties with increased liquefaction risk will not be known before May, the Earthquake Commission (EQC) says.
Prime Minister John Key has backed the emergency service response to the CTV building collapse, saying they "did everything they possibly could" to save lives.
Three years after his wife was swept away by the huge tsunami that washed across the Tohoku region of eastern Japan, Hiroyuki Tomono still feels responsible for her death.
Ninety-year-old Peggy Holdthuson may now get to see her childhood home repaired before she dies.
Christ Church Cathedral restoration campaigner Jim Anderton has dismissed the Archbishop of York's calls for a demolition and rebuild as unqualified and disappointing.