Christchurch Earthquake 2011
Post-quake babies could be more prone to crime, abuse and gambling as adults.
Traditionalists launch PR offensive
Campaigners opposing the demolition of Christ Church Cathedral have launched a public relations offensive.
OPINION: Maintaining the cultural heartbeat of Christchurch is a key a part of our rebuild.
Skellerup Holdings posts after-tax profit of $41.1m, boosted by $20m Canterbury earthquake insurance settlement
Sara Fenn has been able to overcome her fears because she survived the darkest one.
Thousands of vulnerable EQC and insurance customers are still waiting for a resolution.
Queen Elizabeth II stadium recommended as new home for $30.5m recreation and sport centre.
Jesters' videos try to cheer up Cantabrians
Videos featuring Court Theatre Jesters aim to wrest reluctant chuckles from Christchurch residents dealing with post-quake stresses.
Senior bishop's call for Christchurch to stop clinging to the past angers restoration advocates.
OPINION: Putting a dispute over repairs in front of a judge is costly, but may be necessary if the insurer shows no sign of budging.
OPINION: Large and expensive developments in areas most susceptible to liquefaction will be challenging to justify to Kiwis.
Two anaesthetists awarded for exceptional bravery during the February earthquake.
Reports of rats marauding fringes of Christchurch's residential red zone have some crying plague.
Any doubts Paulette Barr had about confronting John Key have diminished after EQC fast-track her case.
Ken Keir was happy when he was paid out $113k by EQC - then it asked for it back.
Quake principals move on after schools close
Seven principals were left questioning their futures when their schools were closed last year. Some have left education, while others travel.
Church's bid to fix school held as council mulls plans for other buildings it owns, including cathedral.
63-year-old Gavin still fighting for home repair
Gavin Johnstone is among 62 Cantabrians whose treatment by insurers and construction companies has resulted in a human rights complaint.
NZ First leader Winston Peters accuses Govt of deceit on the cost of the Christchurch rebuild.
Qld projects to be reassessed after Gerald Shirtcliffe, who worked on CTV, worked on them using fake name and qualifications.
Conservation 'not just about saving old things'
A restoration expert, an architect and an architectural historian tell Paul Focamp that Christ Church Cathedral is too valuable to be demolished.
A woman's dream after quake took both legs
Double amputee Stacey Herbert still dreams of walking down the aisle.
Paulette Barr tells Prime Minister "it's really cold" in her unrepaired quake-hit Shirley home.
Mt Pleasant family has moved nine times - soon to be 10 - since the February 2011 earthquake.
Demolition waste being moved in helicopter
More than 100 tonnes of building waste are being airlifted off the Port Hills as part of Christchurch's first helicopter-assisted demolition.
A clear head and the right information is what really counts when dealing with insurance companies.
Port Hills red-zoners get six-month extension on Crown's offer to purchase their homes.
Council considering giving flood-prone residents up to $20k towards cost of raising homes.
Court hears red-zone offers were designed to give people control, not force them off their land.
5kg of needles were among more than 320,000kg of waste recovered from the red zone.
The creation of zones classifying quake-damaged land was not a government policy decision, court hears.
Top engineer who trains EQC staff faces disciplinary hearing after claims he based conclusions on biased thinking.
School likely to remain in Sumner for another year as it waits to hear if Main Road site is safe.
Judge denounces post-quake trend of waste dumping in the demolition industry and fines contractor $33,000.
Quake Outcasts tell court the Government did not explain why the CER Act wasn't followed.
Exhausted owners of now-bust hair salon Ginger Meggs say they were let down by their insurers.
OPINION: If an insurer's expert will not change their view, it is best to obtain your own expert to point out shortcomings.
Shattering glass at Christchurch's council offices down to repeated quake movement.
Staff amass "excessive" bill after flying between Christchurch and Wellington 7286 times since 2011.
Redcliffs commuters rushing home to kick off the weekend will be met with a welcome surprise this afternoon when the three-week closure of Main Rd is lifted.
TV images of MH17 crash and slain Palestinian children need parental guidance, expert says.
Staff at Burwood Hospital's spinal cord centre forced to move out after further quake damage found.
Winston Peters tells Parliament that Earthquake Services boss told his staff not to pay tax.
Classical singer started busking after quake
The dream is slowly coming true for a former Christchurch singer, who took to busking after the 2011 earthquake.
A letter confirming the "potential" for flood risk on Carla Martin's property is not worth the paper it is written on.
But AMI stadium giving off a "temporary" vibe about city to international audiences, treasurer says.
Photographs of Christchurch from 1914 show how the quakes have knocked the city back in time.
Flockton basin residents told their land doesn't meet the EQC criteria for increased flood risk.
OPINION: The town hall is 'timeless and perfectly suited' for purpose and should be restored.
Former EQC employee pleads not guilty to dishonestly using company vehicles and a fuel card.
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