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Christchurch house prices up 30 per cent since quakes

Christchurch's house prices are rising slightly, and rents have fallen.

Christchurch's housing market is being described as steady and settled, five years after the start of the earthquakes which threw it into upheaval.

Construction strong in Canterbury

Construction levels remain high in Canterbury, despite new home building having passed its peak.

Rustic woolshed gets sophisticated makeover

Goodman sells clutch of Chch sites

The Rebuild

Five years, 436,053 stories video

September 4, 2010, started us on a collective journey but for every one of us the experience has been different.

Five years ago Cantabrians suffered the rudest awakening.

Living on the edge

Not exactly park land. The red zone that was  Courtenay Downs is uneven and the grass patchy.

Hardy Kaiapoi residents have stayed on despite damage from the September quakes.

Boom picked for central city in 2016

The ''Deloitte'' building in the central city is a sign of progress in the rebuild.

A new survey looks at how much rebuild progress has been made since September 2010.

'We can never get these years back' video

The Robinson family reflect on the last five years and their ongoing battle with earthquake insurance. Kathryn with Jack, 10, left, and Pippa, 2, and Sean with Lucas, 9.

Family says post-quake insurance delays and hassles have stolen their children's childhoods.

Host of events mark 2010 quake

The clock at the old railway station on Moorhouse Ave stopped at 4.35am, when the September 2010 earthquake hit.

Where to go to mark five years since the big September shake of 2010.

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