Christchurch Earthquake 2011
Gerry Brownlee doesn't know if he is regarded as a VIP by EQC because he hasn't asked.
The $5m Lotto winner will donate to those who helped him when he lost his home and job in the quakes.
The Christchurch City Council says it is making progress in its bid to reach a global settlement with EQC.
Top concerns facing a quake insurance advice service are scope of works, repair strategies and cash settlements.
Money from a woman's four false EQC claims, totalling $37k, has passed out of reach to her family in India.
Ipenz now can't impose disciplinary penalties against the boss of the company that designed the failed CTV building.
After three years of waiting, EQC eventually give Dot Boyd $200k for her Aranui home.
Cera was absent from a community forum about its recovery role and how it will transition.
A lack of engineers is blamed for the 'glacial pace' of resolving insurance claims for Poplar Lane.
More than 120 fed-up homeowners will take EQC to court over its handling of Canterbury's rebuild.
EQC chiefs were called to Parliament for a 'please explain' over vulnerable elderly waiting repairs.
A humiliated Gerry Brownlee has apologised to Labour MPs he sledged over their workrate.
Earthquake Commission says it will do better but has been faced with a disaster of inconceivable magnitude.
Christchurch Art Gallery is getting "keyhole surgery" to raise the 30,000-tonne building.
Quake victim Rika Hyuga's father welcomed Aranui High School student Joni Palmer, 17, into his home and heart while presenting her with a new scholarship to visit Japan.
'Someone is finally listening to me'
Dot Boyd is 85, stoic and staunch.
Grasping the enormity of what happened
OPINION: Volunteer firefighter ROY MONTGOMERY found himself helping at the PGC Building on February 22, 2011. On anniversaries since, he has been drawn back to the site.
Anna and Jamie were working in the same building in Christchurch, but didn't meet until the Feb 22 quake.
Cera uses unmanned aircraft to film quake-hit homes as demolition progresses on the Port Hills.
Anne McDonald is tired of dancing with insurers over the rebuild of her flat in Waltham, Christchurch.
The Earthquake Commission still has an "eye-wateringly huge" backlog of official information requests but insists they will be cleared by April.
OPINION: My column last week on the lack of action in tidying up the CTV site triggered a strong response from readers.
A property where a woman was killed by rockfall in the quake was deemed unsuitable for building on.
When Justine Cooke began setting up a room for her new baby it did not feel permanent.
Victoria Matthews has rejected an offer of peace talks over the Christ Church Cathedral rebuild.
More than 4000 Cantabrians are still waiting for insurer-led quake rebuilds with just 15 per cent of rebuilds done.
A broker who falsely told a couple they were insured before 2010 quake has appeal thrown out.
The families of the CTV building victims welcome police hiring engineers to ascertain criminality.
Three years after the quake, the gap between the "haves and the have-nots" is growing.
OPINION: Saturday marked three years since what my children call Mr Shakey paid our city a visit.
Police have engaged an engineering firm to review the collapse of the CTV Building in the 2011 earthquake.
We want to see photos of your home and neighbourhood after the February quake and today.
The third anniversary of the February 2011 earthquake was marked by thousands of people across the globe.
Digital map pinpoints spots around the world that marked yesterday's quake anniversary.
Hands shake. Shoulders heave. Deep breaths. For some, Christchurch's devastating quake was three years ago. For others, it feels like yesterday.
Ken Ring has used his claimed quake predictions to defeat a complaint over his website.
Over a thousand people turned out for the civic memorial for the third anniversary of the February 22 2011 earthquake.
What if The Press visited Christchurch on February 22, 2031, and reported back what we found?
EXCLUSIVE: "Catherine and I send you our warm wishes, and we hope that you find comfort as you gather ... to remember what was lost."
Kia Ora St residents say goodbye
© Fairfax NZ NewsThe final residents of red-zoned Kia Ora St farewelled their home last week.
Three years on, there is a missing piece of the CTV building story, says Dr Maan Alkaisi.
Today's earthquake memorial service means a little more to one particular widower.
Best buds born in shock and shake
It was pure luck that brought them into the world during the region's two big earthquakes. But their mothers believe it was a stroke of fate that brought them together.
Amid the dust and the rock and the grit, all John Abraham could see was a single, gloved hand.
Government calls on developers to express interest in building on Christchurch's eastern frame.
Construction is set to outstrip demolition in central Christchurch for the first time in three years.
OPINION: The commercial sector has so far led the charge. Now the Government must get a spade in the ground in the inner city.
Nicolette Allen will be running to remember tomorrow so others do not forget the lives lost on February 22, 2011.
On the eve of the third anniversary of the 2011 quake, we give you 10 reasons to smile about living here.
Share your memories and messages of hope to commemorate the third anniversary of the February 22 earthquake.
Has Christchurch taken too long to build a permanent quake memorial?Related story: Please build a proper quake memorial