Up to 60 Canterbury homes could be affected after a Christchurch-based builder swapped out consented roofing material for a Chinese product to save money - and was caught when the paint began to deteriorate.
A 157-signature petition to stop work on a 17-unit social housing development in a Christchurch subdivision appears to have failed.
Ellesmere College is fighting for the rebuild it was promised by the Government as the cost of the project more than doubles.
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency is making a bid for part of the Rolleston Prison site to build a crucial roundabout - but the Department of Corrections wants to keep the land.
A Christchurch city councillor whose election campaign centred around stopping a controversial cycleway has defended her apparent U-turn on the issue just months after being elected.
It has been a busy and turbulent year for many major construction projects in Christchurch as labour and material shortages caused delays and budget blowouts.
Christchurch Mayor Phil Mauger’s plan to establish roving maintenance crews to fix the city’s footpaths is a step closer.
Two key intersections and school crossings in east Christchurch are set to get major safety upgrades.
Tonnes of water being released on top of five wards full of patients in the 2011 Christchurch quake sounds like enough to wake anyone up. But a new report shows it was not.
The distinctive pink building in Sumner will be demolished to make way for apartments designed by an architect with links to the Royal family.
Part of a busy Christchurch road will be closed next week while a damaged section of cycleway is repaired.
Horns were tooted and children cheered to mark the completion of a major intersection upgrade in Ashburton.
There are concerns a planned medium-density housing development could exacerbate parking issues in a coastal Christchurch suburb.
A new stormwater basin in a highly sought-after subdivision in the Selwyn district is contributing to flooding rather than fixing it, residents say.
The peak hour bus lanes and lower speed limits on Christchurch's Lincoln Rd will be operational by the end of the month.
City council staff and Canterbury University students are collaborating on a fourth pedestrian bridge to be built in the Christchurch red zone.
Christchurch residents are being urged to give their feedback on a $33 million plan to cater for the increase in pedestrians when the new stadium is built.
An 'as is where is' landmark building in Sumner is set to change hands for the second time this year.