More than 1000 dangerous buildings are already gone from inside the central city, but even more must come down to make way for the rebuild.
A popular Christchurch campground has been given a reprieve, much to the relief of its 25 permanent residents who were told they must move out.
Christchurch residents will have access to more of the city as the red zone cordon continues to contract.
A court ruling that a Christchurch couple should be paid for the full replacement value of their red zoned home brings much needed clarity for insurers and property owners, the Insurance Council says.
The Chch couple who took their insurance company to court over the rebuild of their quake-damaged, red-zoned home have come out on top in an interim decision.
Christchurch’s new central police station was officially opened today, replacing the 10-storey building damaged in the February quake.
Four students trapped in Christchurch's collapsed CTV building after the 2011 February earthquake tried to contact family and friends before they died, an inquest has heard.
Why is the Ministry of Education closing schools in Christchurch?
Not 13, but 30 schools are due to close.
A talented Canterbury journalist strives to build a career from the ashes, in memory of her colleagues who cannot.
A man named Colin Macnab left working for the insurance companies and he now works for the insured. He’s an advocate for them.
Three months before the September 2010 quake, the Hockens commissioned a valuation on their home which valued it at $60,000 more than EQC would pay them now to move out.
A hotel on the edge of Christchurch’s red-zone will re-open tomorrow on the second anniversary of the September earthquake.
Hundreds of Christchurch residents gathered today to build the city of their dreams out of cardboard.
Almost two years since the first devastating earthquake hit Christchurch, hundreds of residents have turned out to protest against delays in settling insurance claims.
Specialised canines from Urban Search and Rescue spent the day trying to locate people hidden in the rubble of the former Orion building.
Where is all the rubble going? Well initially a lot of it went straight to the tip. In the last year however, other, greener avenues have opened up.
Christchurch earthquakes have wiped out one in five Australian arrivals to the South Island city's airport, says Canterbury tourism boss Tim Hunter.
It was for the Commonwealth Games the QEII stadium was built - and now it is being pulled apart.
The head of the structural engineering firm that built the CTV building in Christchurch called his nemesis at the city council "Colonel Tapper", an inquiry has been told.
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