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A computer tool prevents greater chaos in central Christchurch.

Hi-tech viewer eases CBD chaos

A computer program showing what work is scheduled for a location is preventing greater chaos in central Christchurch.

Subdivision stalls due to funds

Roy Hamilton Delays "frustrate" developers of 2200-home Highfield subdivision but project is still on track.

Rebuild drives up SPCA complaints

Lulu strap Relocations and tradies visiting homes see animal welfare reports in Christchurch almost double.

Nats tighten grip on Christchurch

Nicky Wagner  and Garry Thomsen Nicky Wagner considered throwing in the towel before campaign for Christchurch Central. l Labour needs to get over disbelief

'No protest' over rebuild in results

Leanne Curtis National's win is big tick for Govt's handling of post-quake Canterbury, rebuild leaders say.

Dalziel spent $55k on campaign

Lianne Dalziel Lianne Dalziel, Vicki Buck and Raf Manji were the big spenders in the city council election campaign.

Tribute due for by-election win

If Labour is wise it will attempt to replicate Saturday's mobilisation effort in Christchurch East across the entire country in 2014.

Size of loss a warning for Nats

By-election a ho-hum affair

Lunches are harming kids

school lunch, eating School canteens are selling foods high in fat and sugar which experts believe are harming children's health.

Education a hot election topic

Education has been a hot topic this election but how do policies actually affect Joe and Junior Bloggs?

Bottle opener gift 'inappropriate'

'Dissatisfaction' behind call for help

Company chased for $800,000

The Government is chasing a Chch company for $800,000 over allegedly defective and leaky school buildings.

Ski season ends on a high

Mt Hutt Canterbury's ski fields received the biggest dump of snow this season on Tuesday and more flurries have fallen this weekend.

Chilly trip to the polls

Voters will need to brave showers and cold southerlies to get to voting booths in Canterbury on Saturday.

Take an umbrella on election day

Weather: Southerly to snap mild run

Wintry blast hits

Power restored to almost 400 homes as a wintry blast brings hail, snow and sleet to Canterbury.

Widespread bus route changes

Go Bus Christchurch ECan fast-tracks bus route changes and the development of a park-and-ride system.

Scenic drive made safer

Tasman Valley Road upgrade at Aoraki/Mount Cook is meant to improve accessibility of the area.

Road changes tackle Tannery traffic

Central-city roads getting revamp

More drama for drivers

Drivers who use Kahu Rd being reminded to use alternative route as scheduled two-month closure starts.

CTV engineer fails to stop findings

David Harding The High Court has rejected an attempt to stop disciplinary hearing findings from being released.

Cera set to hand over safety reins

Cera is preparing to end its involvement in structural safety assessments of building stock.

A fresh look at Chch

Most important quake book so far?

Grenade shell found in red-zone

Bomb disposal experts say a device found at red zone property was only the 'shell of a grenade'.

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