The design plans for the new Wheels to Wings – Papanui ki Waiwhetū cycleway in Christchurch have been released.
Christchurch had the smallest house price increase of NZ's main centres in December, showing how increasing supply can help stabilise prices, and setting an example for the rest of the country.
A group of Christchurch residents believe the “unique character” of their suburb is under threat from two housing developments being constructed in the area.
The director of a language school where 64 students were killed in the CTV Building collapse has qualified as a nurse after the disaster initiated a radical career change.
The families of Christchurch's CTV Building victims will pen a complaint to the United Nations about their treatment by the New Zealand government.
The new Christchurch Northern Corridor motorway and shared path will be fully opened to drivers, cyclists and walkers on Thursday from 1pm.
The families of those killed in the CTV building held a press conference today to express disappointment over not receiving a response from the Prime Minister to their calls for a review of the decision not to prosecute anyone.
A decision has been made to alter the route of a cycleway between Linwood Ave and the Ferrymead Bridge in Christchurch.
A Canterbury University engineer and quake expert says we still can’t predict when and where they will hit - but “we do have probabilistic models that tell us the likelihood that certain faults are going to rupture."
Almost 6000 homeowners have applied to the Earthquake Commission for funding to fix missed earthquake damage.
Christchurch City Council will this week consider if it should accept the Citizens’ War Memorial in Cathedral Square as a gift.
Christchurch must consider replicating flood prevention measures pioneered in Holland as homeowners in coastal suburbs risk massive insurance hikes to safeguard their properties.
A controversial new Christchurch social housing development will officially open next week after months of concerns raised by nearby residents.
Thousands of Christchurch homes could face soaring insurance premiums — or even having cover pulled altogether — within 15 years.
A review of the Christchurch Foundation charity which is supported by ratepayer money has been hindered by the slow release of information from the organisation.
Mayor Lianne Dalziel has floated the idea of rolling out a targeted rate which would be used to preserve the city's heritage.
Plans for a partial opening of Christchurch's newest motorway have been shelved this morning due to the weather.
Families of those lost in the CTV building collapse are calling for the government to review the police decision not to prosecute anyone in relation to the disaster.