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Christchurch developers cramming poorly-designed apartments into small spaces are frustrating potential buyers wanting central city living.
An $8.5 million insurance spat over a luxury Christchurch mansion is destined for the courtroom.
We are in familiar territory again â scribbling dreams of future Christchurch on bright Post-it notes and sticking them to the wall.
Christchurch needs to become an "edgy 21st century city" if it stands a chance of attracting its share of New Zealand's tourism boom, the city council says.
Taxpayers will stump up about $50,000 for the working party considering the fate of the derelict Christ Church Cathedral.
Rob Doneyâ was looking forward to selling his ex-wife's rental property and moving on.
A group of contractors repairing the roof of Christchurch's historic Sign of the Kiwi building discovered a hidden message.
The earthquake-damaged Rydges Hotel in central Christchurch will be fixed and former staff may be called back to work there again when it reopens.
Few changes will be made to Christchurch's Victoria Square after a proposed $7 million makeover of the site drew the ire of the public.
One in four of the projects shortlisted for the New Zealand Architecture Awards were built in Canterbury.
Telecommunications company Spark will bring up to 700 staff back into central Christchurch in another major boost for the CBD.
Auditors have discovered 2818 kilograms of toxic materials on a property in Christchurch's Horotane Valley, including caustic soda, paint, and agrichemicals such as the banned pesticide DDT.
It was the end of an era in Christchurch on Saturday as one of Sol Square's main buildings was torn down after being ravaged by fire.
OPINION: Nimbyism (not in my backyard) is slowly distorting our basic societal values for the worse, eroding our community-centred can-do attitude.
Christchurch's old Public Trust office is one step closer to being demolished, after its owner successfully applied to have the building's heritage status removed.
The Red Lion will roar no more as the historic Rangiora pub is set to be pulled down.
The Red Lion will roar no more as the historic Canterbury pub in Rangiora is set to be pulled down.
The developer behind a failed urban village claims his Chinese backers pulled out because of comments Gerry Brownlee made.
An insurance advocacy service struggling to help Christchurch's earthquake-hit homeowners has received a much-needed cash injection.
Orion's profit after tax in 2016 is $53 million â $4.6m above the company's target for the year, it has announced.
Only half the homeowners billed for insurance excesses by the Earthquake Commission (EQC) are paying on time, and many are having their debts written off.
Tension is in the air as the explosives are eased into place. The rock stars are ready to roll.
The Festival of Transitional Architecture will return on Labour Day weekend and the hunt is on for waste products that can be incorporated into temporary installations.
The owner of multiple buildings on the doorstep of Christchurch's convention centre has reached a multimillion-dollar settlement and committed to restoring the properties.
Solving Christchurch's flooding woes might cost more and take longer to fix as the city council weighs up the risk of future natural hazards.
While two councils battle for control over Christchurch's transport network, most of the city's bus stops don't have shelter, seats, or a rubbish bin.
Christchurch principals are frustrated they have to use their budgets on patch-up jobs and essential maintenance instead of creating modern learning environments.
The Christchurch City Council is considering releasing information about a commercially-sensitive car parking deal it made with a high-profile developer.