Eels and whitebait will be wriggling across Woolston Village after being etched into new pavers to illustrate the cultural significance of the area.
An equity investment company has bought the PWC Centre on Cashel St for $60m in one of the city's largest office building transactions, according to Savills New Zealand.
A UK-based environmental charity has received fresh investment for its work on a feasibility study for a new attraction on the banks of the Avon River in Christchurch.
Patients have been ushered into the new Christchurch Hospital Waipapa which officially opened this week, after two years of delays.
The next major rupture of the Alpine Fault will be one of the largest - if not the biggest - earthquake Kiwis have ever experienced. But what will it actually feel like?
A "significant" Supreme Court ruling will allow thousands of Canterbury homeowners to proceed with a class action against insurer Southern Response.
Plans for a purpose-built youth hub in Christchurch have taken a major step forward with resource consent being approved.
Elizabeth St in Riccarton will undergo major changes in the coming months as work progresses on the city end of the new South Express cycleway.
A bid is under way to get a $480 million proposal off the ground in a large block of Christchurch's red zone land.
A couple in their 80s have won a landmark High Court case for faulty home repairs made after the Christchurch quakes.
Land in Cathedral Square could be leased for up to a decade to the organisation reinstating the Christ Church Cathedral.
The viability of a park and ride facility which could be used by motorists travelling into Christchurch from the south-west has come under scrutiny.
An ex-Christchurch Girls' High board chairman has hit out at the Ministry of Education's "toxic" culture - and warned other schools to learn from their long and unfinished quake drama.
There was a flurry of activity at the Christ Church Cathedral site on Thursday as work to make the building safe continues.
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.