We remember those who died in last February's earthquake.
Prime Minister John Key gives his recollection of the events and days following the February 2011 earthquake.
Rattled shoppers Kathy Williams, Nelene Barron and Jaime Thomson talk about the December 23, 2011, Christchurch quake.
New June 13 Christchurch quake footage from ITM hardware shop.
Christchurch residents tell us why they are sticking around. By Kirsty Johnston & Hamish Coleman-Ross.
Aerial footage taken of Christchurch's red zone and affected suburbs following the June 13th aftershocks. Narrated by Christopher Moore, The Press' arts' editor. Footage shot June 14th 2011.
John Key holds a press conference after being briefed by mayor Bob Parker, earthquake recovery boss Roger Sutton, Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee and engineers from Tonkin and Taylor.
Residents of Christchurch suburb Sumner surveyed the cliffs that were worst affected in the June 13th earthquake. By Hamish Coleman-Ross.
A series of aftershocks strike the New Zealand city of Christchurch, damaging infrastructure and injuring 10 people. Nick Rowlands reports.
A walk through of the damage at a house in the Christchurch suburb of Merivale following the two powerful aftershocks.
Prime Minister John Key addressed the developing situation following the two major aftershocks in Christchurch. By Hamish Coleman-Ross.
Footage of a backyard pool in Christchurch as the June 13 magnitude 5.5 quake hit.
Footage of the 5.5 magnitude quake inside a Christchurch house. Footage by YouTube user strangentertainment.
Footage of liquefaction following the Christchurch 5.5 magnitude aftershock. Footage from YouTube user mcbeth1888.
Nearly 90 years of broadcasting history came crashing down today with the demolition of the heritage-listed Television New Zealand Christchurch building.
A 5.3 magnitude aftershock hits during the wedding reception of Bjana & Simon on the top floor of Christchurch's George Hotel. By Jared Waddams.
Christchurch Mayor Bob Parker opens the historic time capsule found under the statue of Irishman John Robert Godley in Cathedral Square following the February earthquake. By Ian McGregor.
Jane Taylor was seriously injured in the Christchurch earthquake, from her hospital bed she shares her memories of the quake and her rescue. By Hamish Coleman-Ross. Quake footage: Daniel Tobin
Scenes and select speeches from the memorial service for those lost in the February Christchurch earthquake. By Hamish Coleman-Ross.
Mourners on their feet at Hagley Park for the Christchurch earthquake memorial.
Previously unreleased footage which shows the devastation caused by the Christchurch earthquake.
Prince William was met by 5000 enthusiastic Sumner residents as he visited the quake-hit suburb. By Daniel Tobin
Urban Search and Rescue workers are greeted with a standing ovation from the crowd at the Hagley Park Christchurch earthquake memorial.
Prince William arrives by helicopter at North Hagley Park for the Christchurch earthquake memorial service.
Thousands gather at Hagley Park for Christchurch earthquake memorial.
Prince William at the Christchurch Art Gallery, the base for emergency services in the city.
Prince William arrives in central Christchurch and talks with Bob Parker.
Prince William arrived at Christchurch Airport today and was greeted by a large crowd of adoring fans. By Daniel Tobin
Prince William arrives in central Christchurch.
Organiser Stephen Fleming confirmed Key's involvement in the earthquake charity match for Sunday.
When questioned about the council being sidelined by the government Bob Parker stressed that it must be a partnership.
Police say it will take months to formally identify all of those killed in the Christchurch earthquake.
New Zealand USAR team member talks about completing its search of the CTV building. Video: MARCUS WILD
Search and rescue efforts at the Canterbury Television (CTV) building finished overnight. Up to 120 people are believed to have died in the building which also housed a foreign language school.
John Key gave a quick helping hand to a group of farmers cleaning up a school in Christchurch's eastern suburbs. By MARCUS WILD.
Every morning at seven Geoff Horesburgh plays the bagpipes to raise the spirits of the rescue workers in Christchurch. By MARCUS WILD
At 12:51pm New Zealand stopped in silence for two minutes to pay respect to the victims of the Christchurch earthquake.
Christchurch Police's central head quarters is still standing after the earthquake, Stuff.co.nz was given an exclusive tour.
John Key says earthquake support payments to workers and employers will be in bank accounts by Wednesday.
Christchurch residents need a lot of patience when it comes to the search for fuel. Interviews by Liv Carville, compiled by Hamish Coleman-Ross.
Church services all across Christchurch have been full to capacity as many look for comfort in the wake of Tuesday's quake. By Hamish Coleman-Ross.
Press farming reporter Tim Cronshaw talks about staying with his trapped colleague in the rubble of The Press building. By Daniel Tobin
Emma Howard was trapped in the PGC building Tuesday only to continue with her planned wedding today. By Hamish Coleman-Ross.
The Andersons of New Brighton have been able to give their dramatic account of the events of the quake. By Hamish Coleman-Ross.
Amateur footage from the first few minutes following the 6.3 earthquake in Canterbury.
Two ladies running from the scene film the devastation.
Day three of the quake and central Christchurch remains deserted, with only police, tanks and search teams on the streets. By Daniel Tobin
Police Minister Judith Collins explains the situation in Christchurch as of Thursday afternoon.
Police superintendant Dave Cliff updates media on the situation in Christchurch.
Upon his return to Christchurch John Key talked about the priorities for and future of the quake devastated city. By Hamish Coleman-Ross.
Frightening scenes in Christchurch following the devastating earthquake.
Footage taken seconds after the earthquake hit Christchurch by an amateur cameraman.
Loved ones anxiously await news of 23 Japanese citizens missing after Christchurch's devastating earthquake.
Rescuer Craig Robinson talks through the amazing rescue he filmed.
Christchurch Mayor Bob Parker talks to Press reporter Giles Brown about the recovery progress after the quake and how he is holding up.
Supermarket CCTV footage during earthquake.
Urban search and rescue member Shane Cole tells of the devastation inside the ruined buildings. By Hamish Coleman-Ross.
Emergency workers remove a body from the CTV building, while police say 'there are dozens more'. By Hamish Coleman-Ross.
Emergency services have re-prioritised rescue resources after no sign of life at the CTV site for over 8 hours. By Hamish Coleman-Ross.
Aerial footage showing the devastation around Christchurch after yesterdays quake. By Daniel Tobin
Prime Minister John Key sends a message to the nation following yesterday's earthquake
The first Christchurch residents to fly out of the quake zone arrive at Wellington Airport.
On-location footage of the CTV building where dozens of people are believed to be trapped in the rubble. By Hamish Coleman-Ross
Live footage of a cliff collapse after quake
Officials speak at Parliament about the Canterbury earthquake. Video by Luke Appleby.
The response on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter to the deadly Christchurch earthquake was swift.
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard speaks in the aftermath of the Christchurch earthquake.
More footage from today's devastating earthquake. By Daniel Tobin
Video taken moments after a large earthquake shattered central Christchurch. Warning: Graphic content By Daniel Tobin
Footage from Christchurch central following the earthquake
Christchurch resident Jimmy Sciascia describes the earthquake.