Eyesores still blot central city

Malvern House on Hereford St.

10:33 PM  The past six years has seen most central city buildings repaired, rebuilt, replaced, or at the very leased, tidily demolished.

$320m empire not for cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral has been sitting derelict in the city centre for more than six years.

10:10 PM  The Anglican diocese has $320 million in cash, buildings and land, but it can't be used to fund the $100m Christ Church Cathedral restoration.

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Money

One of the main rebuild problems is: Who's going to pay - ratepayers or taxpayers? But what if there was a way to get money without money from either?

More money needed?

Southern Response chief executive Peter Jensen.

Southern Response may need millions of dollars more in Government funding after the company updated its budget.

Rates discount to end?

Rockfall risk, as on this Sumner street, is one of the reasons homeowners have qualified for rates remissions.

A likely end to a quake rates-discount scheme will see some homeowners' rates rises jump by more than 50 per cent.

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The Rebuild

Eyesores still blot central city

Malvern House on Hereford St.

The past six years has seen most central city buildings repaired, rebuilt, replaced, or at the very leased, tidily demolished.

$320m empire not for cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral has been sitting derelict in the city centre for more than six years.

The Anglican diocese has $320 million in cash, buildings and land, but it can't be used to fund the $100m Christ Church Cathedral restoration.

Is charity Christchurch's future? video

Money

One of the main rebuild problems is: Who's going to pay - ratepayers or taxpayers? But what if there was a way to get money without money from either?

More money needed?

Southern Response chief executive Peter Jensen.

Southern Response may need millions of dollars more in Government funding after the company updated its budget.

Rates discount to end?

Rockfall risk, as on this Sumner street, is one of the reasons homeowners have qualified for rates remissions.

A likely end to a quake rates-discount scheme will see some homeowners' rates rises jump by more than 50 per cent.

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