Bruce Springsteen dedicated his song 'City of Ruins' to those affected by the earthquakes and to all emergency services.

Showtime for The Boss

Bruce Springsteen dedicates song to "all those who suffered in the earthquake" at his first show in the garden city.

Review: The Boss delivers a night to remember

Memorial 'just perfect'

Oi Manawa, the official memorial for the 185 people who died in the 2011 earthquake.

The 185 people killed in the February 2011 quake are forever memorialised on a wall in Christchurch's centre.

New city emerging from rubble

New cafes, shops and the reopening of old favourites, mark year seven of the Chch rebuild.

Christchurch from the air gallery

Christchurch is transforming as anchor projects get under way .

Bishop worried over fundraising

Anglican leaders want taxpayers to foot the bill if the money for the $100m Christ Church Cathedral restoration can't be raised, sources say.

Mum's last goodbye to Lara

Jayne Glover arrived at the crash just in time to say "goodbye" to her only daugher.

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Rebuild plans to bear fruit in 2017

An aerial view of the proposed Christchurch convention centre site, bottom left.

The "physical proof" of Christchurch's post-earthquake rebuild will be revealed this year, Otakaro says.

Quake aid up in the air

Kaikoura business owners say they need it, but Government's tight-lipped about the future of its payment for quake-hit firms.

Red zone events rubbished

'Not something I am proud of'

The Rebuild

Bishop worried over fundraising

Victoria Matthews, Bishop of Christchurch, and Moka Ritchie, a trustee of Church Property Trustees, photographed on Sunday.

Anglican leaders want taxpayers to foot the bill if the money for the $100m Christ Church Cathedral restoration can't be raised, sources say.

Christchurch from the air gallery

The Hagley Oval cricket ground opened in September 2013.

Christchurch is transforming as anchor projects get under way .

Chch's new central city emerging

The International Market has plans to reopen in Tuam St, Christchurch.

New cafes, shops and markets, along the reopening of old favourites, will mark year seven of the Christchurch rebuild.

Rebuild plans to bear fruit in 2017

An aerial view of the proposed Christchurch convention centre site, bottom left.

The "physical proof" of Christchurch's post-earthquake rebuild will be revealed this year, Otakaro says.

Part payouts for Western Pacific customers

Lisle Hood, whose companies were forced to sell property in Poplar Lane after the collapse of their insurer.

Customers of collapsed insurance company Western Pacific are to get their first payout on six-year-old Christchurch earthquake claims.

Opinion

Deep State, big trouble

The Ataturkian legacy is being smashed to pieces by Turkey's Islamist President, Tayyip Erdogan. Will America's ...

OPINION: Situation in Turkey shows what happens when a populist president believes himself to be in the cross-hairs. Will America's democratic legacy be next?

Church debate frustrates all

Anglican Bishop Victoria Matthews, third from left, mingles with church members after a news conference on Sunday.

Christchurch's cathedral stand-off has a strange knack for resurfacing at the worst possible moments. 

Fire leadership 'ruddlerless'

An emotional Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel during a  meeting for affected residents by the Christchurch fires.

OPINION: As frontline heroes are saluted, alarm bells are ringing about the rudderless leadership from officials.

D-day for paua harvest ban decision

The extent of uplift created by the November 14 quake can be easily traced at Ward Beach.

OPINION: MPI should go ahead and extend the paua harvest ban along the east coast, say commercial paua divers.

Grazing animals needed in Port Hills

Firefighters in the dry-looking Port Hills on Thursday.

OPINION: More grazing would reduce fire risk in the Port Hills, argues Dr Derrick Moot who leads Lincoln University's Dryland Pastures Research team.

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Bishop worried over fundraising

Victoria Matthews, Bishop of Christchurch, and Moka Ritchie, a trustee of Church Property Trustees, photographed on Sunday.

Anglican leaders want taxpayers to foot the bill if the money for the $100m Christ Church Cathedral restoration can't be raised, sources say.

Christchurch from the air gallery

The Hagley Oval cricket ground opened in September 2013.

Christchurch is transforming as anchor projects get under way .

Chch's new central city emerging

The International Market has plans to reopen in Tuam St, Christchurch.

New cafes, shops and markets, along the reopening of old favourites, will mark year seven of the Christchurch rebuild.

Rebuild plans to bear fruit in 2017

An aerial view of the proposed Christchurch convention centre site, bottom left.

The "physical proof" of Christchurch's post-earthquake rebuild will be revealed this year, Otakaro says.

Part payouts for Western Pacific customers

Lisle Hood, whose companies were forced to sell property in Poplar Lane after the collapse of their insurer.

Customers of collapsed insurance company Western Pacific are to get their first payout on six-year-old Christchurch earthquake claims.

sport

Oz buyers flash the cash

Legendary Lover, a Muscle Hill colt bred by Breckon Farms, sold to the Australian based Aldebaran Lodge for $125,000 on ...

Big prices for select bunch but slow going at yearling sales.

Armstrong locks in two F4 drives

Marcus Armstrong was fourth in the Toyota Racing Series in February.

Kiwi Ferrari Junior Marcus Armstrong to drive in two series in 2017.

Race fixing inquiry ongoing

Harness racing is under a joint Police and Racing Integrity Unit probe over race fixing.

An inquiry into alleged race fixing in harness racing has led to much speculation in the industry.

Ferguson had 'given up' on IPL auction video

Black Caps' fast bowler Lockie Ferguson was the last player snapped up in the IPL auction.

 Black Cap was ready to call it a night, before being picked in IPL auction.

Reduced ticket prices for Crusaders

Hamish Riach Chief Executive Officer for the Crusaders rugby team at Christchurch's Rugby Park.

The Crusaders recorded a profit of just $2000 last year. Now they have reduced some ticket prices. Yes you read that right.

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A night to remember

Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band – on their first visit to "our hometown" – delivered exactly what the city ...

REVIEW: Bruce Springsteen gives Christchurch a musical memory to be cherished by those who were there.

Chch's new central city emerging

The International Market has plans to reopen in Tuam St, Christchurch.

New cafes, shops and markets, along the reopening of old favourites, will mark year seven of the Christchurch rebuild.

New start for gallery restaurant

Tony Astle outside his new premises at the Christchurch Art Gallery.

Christchurch Art Gallery's restaurant - closed since the earthquakes - will be reopened by well-known restaurateur Tony Astle.

Changing Physics to promote accessibility

Director Jamie Hanton and artist Charlotte Drayton in the newly domesticated Physics Room gallery spaces; Like stepping ...

What on earth is going on in one of the country's best-known contemporary experiential art spaces?

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