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High rents, road works, more competition and a lack of patrons are adding up to a heap of financial trouble for a growing number of Christchurch hospitality outlets.
Central Christchurch businesses and non-profit groups want to hang onto a funding lifeline from ratepayers until the city centre gets back on its feet.
Residents eager to see the declining Linwood Village redeveloped detest "visible signs" of homelessness and substance abuse around the former shopping area.
A major Japanese hotel and tourism group has bought land in Cathedral Square for just over $7 million to build a big hotel.
OPINION: We live in a world of clickbait â divided into opposing groups by a headline and left to fight it out in the comment section.
Christchurch business leaders are calling for the central city to find room for the little businesses priced out by the rebuild.
Lianne Dalziel and Gerry Brownlee have written to the agency fixing Christchurch's red zone to express a lack of confidence in its work programme.
An Anglican survey on restoration options for Christ Church Cathedral is "misleading" and a "delaying tactic", says heritage campaigner Mark Belton.
Work building a riverside walking, running and cycling trail through the Christchurch red zone has begun.
Canterbury University structural timber engineer Dr Minghao Li wants to find cheaper ways to build earthquake-resistant buildings.
I'm always in awe of how a grassroots uprising or well-honed backlash can force bureaucracy's hand to think again and change course.
Christchurch City Council is concerned work to replace 600km of earthquake-damaged sewer mains could be undermined by homeowners failing to fix pipes on their properties.
Colin Sweetman was not prepared to say goodbye to his school before signing off the biggest project of his tenure.
OPINION: Cantabrians who have a big idea for the future shape of the residential red zone, but who have not yet put in a submission, better get cracking. Submissions close on Monday, April 24.
Christchurch must ensure ideas for the red-zoned Avon River corridor survive beyond their planning period, says a network promoting a park for the area.
A central Christchurch rubble pile almost as well-known as the church that once stood on the site is set to be cleared.
Gerry Brownlee has waded into Christchurch's inner city roading row, threatening to cut funding if the plan isn't changed.
Three more staff from the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (Cera) are being investigated for alleged conflicts of interest, MPs have learned.
OPINION: New Zealanders rightly have a high expectation of our public servants. We expect them to serve our interests and not their own. We pay them, through our taxes, to do so.
A High Court judge has excused himself from a Christchurch earthquake insurance case because of similarities to his own claim.
Otakaro cleared two employees of potential conflicts of interest last year before a second review, prompted by a investigation, flagged "activities of concern".
A central Christchurch retail precinct gets another boost this week as 500 office workers move in.
A pair of Christchurch parishes have come together to build a new church.
"Free Swims." It's the cute and cuddly poster-child for the Christchurch City Council's draft annual plan process, designed to soften the blow and distract the mind from another rampant rates rise, tracking at nearly four times the rate of inflation.
Two new secondary schools are already boosting real estate sales in Christchurch's northeast, two years before doors open.
The safety fences are down from in front of St Barnabas Church in Fendalton after six years.