Christchurch has been rattled by a minor aftershock this afternoon.
A Christchurch business leader says despite the city being a big winner in the Budget, its lack of detail leaves residents in limbo.
The Government has increased its contribution to the Christchurch earthquake recovery by $2.1 billion.
A former project manager employed to work on the Christchurch rebuild has narrowly avoided jail.
Christchurch residents having difficulty with insurance claims, repairs and rebuilding will have a new tool from tomorrow.
Commuters in Christchurch will be able to walk through Cathedral Square today, for the first time since the February 2011 quake.
Many policy holders are not aware that their insurance policy may pay out for stress.
As many as 15,000 jobs have been filled in Christchurch over the last year.
Officials are praising the work of camera operators monitoring red zones across Christchurch, after three thieves were caught in the act.
A group of self-proclaimed 'Quake Outcasts' are taking two high profile Government officials to court.
Campaigners fighting to have Christchurch's cathedral restored say the job can be done for just under $70 million.
Key is doing his best to portray the economic fallout earthquakes in a positive light, despite an economist's darker view.
Don Brash says the Govt should use the cost of the Christchurch rebuild as an excuse to ditch interest-free student loans.
Bob Parker says it's "no surprise" the cost of the Christchurch rebuild has risen from $30 billion to $40 billion.
Exterminators are seeing a huge increase in rodent activityin Canterbury - as high as 50 percent.
Anyone who remembers Christchurch's quake will remember the man who had to have both legs chopped off – Brian Coker.
An advice service to help Christchurch residents deal with insurers is being set up but critics say it should have an advocacy role.
Christchurch locals will get a little more of their central city back this evening.
Red-zoned homeowners Matt and Valerie O'Loughlin have settled with Tower Insurance, after a High Court legal tussle and two years of negotiations.
One of Christchurch's most beautiful streets reopens to the public tomorrow.
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