A pivotal Christchurch community board meeting is being held today to decide the future of an additional transport lane on Cranford St.
EQC is confident it has enough money to fix Christchurch properties with large amounts of missed earthquake damage, despite receiving far more applications than initially expected.
Christchurch is now a smart-looking city while Queenstown has lost all of its lustre, writes veteran author and former Cantabrian Bruce Ansley in a new book.
Companies interested in designing and building the new Christchurch stadium have been invited to submit proposals to work on the $473 million project.
A significant amount of red zone land, along with artist Bill Sutton's historic home, were officially handed over to Christchurch City Council on Friday.
A couple tricked into accepting a lower offer from Southern Response to repair their earthquake-damaged home wants a full apology from former earthquake recovery minister Gerry Brownlee.
Under siege Christchurch city councillors Phil Mauger and James Daniels have received a public vote of support from a bar in their heartland.
A decade on, Mayor Lianne Dalziel believes Christchurch is in a much better position to cope with an event similar to the one that struck the city on September 4, 2010.
The Earthquake Commission chief executive says the agency does not have the capability to lead any future repair programme.
Relief has been expressed that Lyttelton’s Mitre Hotel will be demolished if a consent is granted by the Christchurch City Council.
Mercurial Christchurch city councillor Phil Mauger would likely not be in hot water if he had waited a fortnight to fix a flood-prone road.
An order that will modify the application process for future resource consents in the Christ Church Cathedral rebuild has been given the go ahead.
Christchurch Hospital's new Acute Services Building finally has an opening date after two years of delays and going at least $80 million over budget.
Christchurch's mayor has promised the man who led a campaign to turn red-zone areas into a park that his dream will become a reality.
A Kiwi scientist has helped uncover startling features of a deadly, 85m-high tsunami that hit Indonesia two years ago – with some striking lessons for New Zealand's own risk.
Mike Barns has been building hospitals in the desert and is now building one in Dunedin. He says we can learn from the budget and time blowouts that impacted Christchurch Hospital's new buildings.