Christchurch Earthquake 2011
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Councils cannot force strengthening of quake-prone buildings beyond legal minimum, Supreme Court says.
Mixed response as six designs being considered to commemorate Christchurch's February 2011 quake are revealed.
Couple face fourth Christmas in caravan on their front lawn after quake hit uninsured house.
The busy Dyers Pass Rd has reopened after four weeks of infrastructure repair work.
Pamela Wilkinson will pen a letter to Prime Minister John Key before admitting "there's no hope left".
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A Christchurch teen's composition will be played in Westminster Abbey for the next February quake anniversary.
Quake was strong enough to shake people out of their slumber, but they won't be rattled.
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Trio caught taking photos in building subject to asbestos removal get police warning.
High Court says EQC does not need to pay for homes damaged by increased flooding risk.
Thousands of Christchurch residents affected by liquefaction and flooding will find out how they will be compensated today.
Timaru man Murray Cleverley is to step down from his role with the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority at the end of February.
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David Harding has been found to have "misrepresented his competence" in his work.
Many residents want the city council to keep its assets and not build the stadium.
Two mothers want to reach 8000 families to tackle quake-related anxiety in children.
Bags of excrement and 20 mummified hedgehogs are among the things dumped in the red zone.
A father turned detective to get to the bottom of his daughter-in-law's death in Chch quake.
An 83-year-old pensioner has taken her fight with Tower Insurance from phone line to front line.
Explosives will be used to bring down the 13-storey former Christchurch police station.
A law expert says no one has been held to account for failures in the rescue efforts at the CTV building.
Cera boss Roger Sutton breached the confidentiality of settlement with State Services Commission, commissioner says.
Retirees still using chemical toilet in their shed should have repaired sewerage this week.
State Services Commissioner is defending his decision not to stand down Roger Sutton during a sexual harassment investigation.
Thousands stuck in insurance hell
JOHN MCCRONE - The PressAt least 3000 home-owners are still stuck in post-quake insurance hell. What is being done to unblock the final logjams? JOHN MCCRONE reports.
Retired couple still using chemical toilet
A retired Linwood couple battling health problems are still using a chemical toilet in their garden shed nearly four years after the quake.
Court of Appeal decision expected soon on insurance claim of couple unable to live in Sumner house due to rockfall risk.
Top EQC engineer Graeme Robinson found negligent in interim decisions by his professional body.
David Harding suspended from industry's professional body and ordered to pay $10,000.
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Nearly 70,000 Canterbury home-owners will be billed hundreds of dollars for quake repairs.
A flurry of new over-cap earthquake insurance cases is expected to cost taxpayers close to $100m.
Court battle over flood and earthquake land damage described as a "war of acronyms".
Portable house built to withstand quakes
The 2011 Christchurch earthquakes forced one couple to rethink how they were living.
Security guards searching bags at Southern Response annual meeting after safety threatened.
"Throwing a few bob" to homeowners does not fix Christchurch's post-quake flooding, court hears.
Judges say EQC policy for flood-prone land claims could create a "roadblock effect " for homeowners.
A complex court case affecting more than 13,000 land claims across Canterbury has begun.
A four-day High Court hearing will determine how EQC will settle thousands of Chch land claims.
An end to a woman's quake-damaged home woes is in sight after she approached the prime minister.
Modern new look for historic Homebush
After devastating loss of the original homestead, Louise Deans says a fresh start was the right decision.
Christchurch's High Court has a backlog of more than 230 earthquake-related cases.
Tears as damaged RSA building comes down
Demolition of the Sumner-Redcliffs RSA building ''like a nightmare'' for its president Bev Salter.
Concerns over security put pin in meeting between Southern Response and frustrated claimants.
Govt watchdog backs ministry decision to not publicly release list of potentially dangerous buildings.
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