A fraud inquiry by Australian police has failed to find wrongdoing by a New Zealand engineer who oversaw the construction of Christchurch's CTV building.
Govt and engineering officials will meet today to discuss options available to discipline those who designed the CTV building.
The daughter of the engineer who tried to stop construction of the CTV building is demanding a personal apology.
The owner of a Christchurch office block, designed by the same man behind the ill-fated CTV building, says the engineer has been unfairly targeted.
Some 379 buildings have been identified as being built in a similar engineering "genre" to the CTV building.
The Opposition is urging the Govt to swiftly implement recommendations in the royal commission's report.
Reaction to the report into the CTV building’s collapse has been mixed from families and survivors.
A report into the collapse of Christchurch’s CTV building has placed blame largely on the shoulders of the building’s engineer.
The Canterbury Earthquakes Royal Commission's view of the CTV building collapse is going to be made public.
A man whose wife died in the collapsed CTV building says he's confident changes will be made to rescue services.
A fire service official has promised major changes will be made to rescue efforts in the future.
A senior fire service official has made a full apology to the families of eight people who died in Christchurch CTV building.
An inquest has been told USAR workers were sent back to the CTV building after dismayed foreign diplomats complained.
A woman trapped and injured in the CTV building told her husband that she had faith that rescuers would reach her.
A coroner's inquest into deaths at the CTV building is resuming on Monday with footage available online.
Things are going from bad to worse for the fake engineer who supervised construction of the CTV building.
The man who oversaw the construction of Christchurch’s CTV building has had his engineering degree revoked.
A researcher looking into Christchurch's February earthquake says emergency services staff are being unfairly chastised for their actions.
Two New Zealand Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) teams were five hours late arriving in Christchurch on the day of the February quake.
A senior fire officer has told the CTV inquest the east side of the building was simply too crushed to attempt rescues.
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