Matthew McEachen should have had most of his life ahead of him when he died on February 22, 2011.
Some Christchurch residents are being asked to help decide where an extra $30 million in Government money to fix roads and improve safety should be spent.
Users of a Christchurch park are disappointed three large rocks that tumbled down from Clifton Hill during the 2011 earthquake, forming a natural playground, have been removed.
While most of the attention has been on Christchurch's CBD and the huge number of lives lost there, the quake's impact on people living in the east deserves retelling.
The Christchurch earthquakes, and subsequent large shakes, have drawn attention to short-comings in the way our legal system deals with disasters.
An engineer studying the impacts of the Christchurch quakes says it was 'probably the largest urban liquefaction on record in the world'.
Pianist and former paramedic Kris Baines has drawn on his own experiences during the Christchurch earthquake to make a tribute video for the victims.
Families of the 115 people killed in the collapse of the CTV building are bewildered at the length of time it is taking to investigate the man whose company designed it.
A cracked and battered Anglican church in North Canterbury that has sat empty and forlorn since the 2010 quake is now being resurrected.
A new housing complex is planned for St Albans, replacing 20 old and cold units that were demolished to make way for the development in December.
Architectural writer and editor John Walsh gives his guide to the best buildings to look out for on a walk around Christchurch.
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.