Quake theft case appeal dismissed

The Court of Appeal has ruled the jail term handed down to Joanne Christine McGregor for stealing $472,000 from her employer was fair.

Woman who stole nearly $500,000 from her employer has had an appeal dismissed.

Court throws out $6.5m insurance offer

92 Lichfield St housed Mu Premium Steakhouse before the earthquakes.

The bankrupt developer's attempt to revive a quake-damaged central Christchurch building has helped scupper its insurance payout.

Reay inquiry 'not in public interest'

Dr Alan Reay giving evidence at the Canterbury Earthquakes Royal Commission.

A full investigation into one of the CTV building's engineers would not be in the public interest, a judge has heard.

Gap Filler celebrates five years

The Pallet Pavilion by night, the lighting of which made it a wonder of the city.

Filling empty spaces in Christchurch following the earthquake became an art with Gap Filler.

$4m legal budget for quake insurer

Southern Response chief executive Peter Rose says the insurer should have enough funding to cover earthquake claims "barring any blow-outs".

Government-owned insurer sets aside $4m for legal costs over earthquake repairs.

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