Christchurch Earthquake 2011
Family battling EQC initially claimed $1m for $300k house after not knowing their "entitlements".
Bridge repairs have delayed Orion's plans to remove overhead power lines built in eastern Chch after 2011 quake.
Cameron and Suzanne Kelly say EQC and Southern Response are trying to get out of a full rebuild of their house.
But owners say insurers trying to 'weasel out'
Insurers whittled down an agreed rebuild of a house to a $50,000 repair, a Court was told today.
Christchurch landlord gets eight months' home detention for making false quake damage claims.
Rebuild firm locked in battle with property owner who says $40k of work was not completed to scope.
Bomb disposal experts say a device found at red zone property was only the 'shell of a grenade'.
The High Court has rejected an attempt to stop disciplinary hearing findings from being released.
Cera is preparing to end its involvement in structural safety assessments of building stock.
TV presenter shocked at homelessness
Gerard Smyth, award-winning director of When a City Falls, reveals Christchurch through lives of everyday people living in extraordinary times.
OPINION: Co-editor of Once in a Lifetime says the book should be at the top of the incoming quake recovery minister's reading list.
Orana Park's CEO says post-quake hospitality revival has turned around her "boring, stay-at-home" lifestyle.
OPINION: The Supreme Court's first decision arising from the Canterbury quakes will have wide-ranging impact.
Council asking potential contractors to look for innovative ways to reduce cost of restoration.
New Brighton hall and Akaroa war memorial to be repaired after receiving $200k from mayoral fund.
Gerry Brownlee sorry for describing quake claimants on Campbell Live show as 'grumpy'.
Grazing flocks in the abandoned red zone like sending lambs to the slaughter, advocates say.
The son of a man still using a bucket as a toilet since the 2011 quake is fundraising to fix his dad's 'degrading' broken sewer.
Property investor who lost his mum just before the quakes and his father during them says you "just have to get on with life".
Community leaders burned out by quake recovery being sought to take part in wellness project.
Breach that revealed details of 83,000 Canterbury EQC claims 'could have been avoided'.
Research for a wellness campaign shows Cantabrians are not looking after themselves.
Almost 20,000 complaints lodged with EQC in past four years as residents vow to 'keep fighting'.
Central library more than a building for books
Christchurch Central Library, once a cutting-edge information hub and a place where people fell in love, sometimes with books.
David Lei spent Thursday remembering the quake's seemingly forgotten casualty, his partner who died of a heart attack during the 7.1 quake.
Quake recovery leaders decline Campbell Live after concerns following Ashburton shooting.
Cate and Riwai Grace's marriage has survived an emotional struggle that began on September 4, 2010.
Bought 'dream home' on September 3, 2010
Four years on from the first earthquake, Yuri Bacas Hosaka is still waiting for answers. | 'Many still rattled'
A live TV broadcast gives residents a chance to vent their post-quake frustrations.
More than 1800 civil defence volunteers are refused official recognition for quake efforts.
It's really hard to get excited about a new Christchurch when all I feel is loss still.
Council approves $10m Sumner facility, new Bishopdale library and $5m for Brighton legacy project.
The constant battle with the EQC has taken its toll on our family like many others.
What is life like for the families who had babies during the 2010 7.1 magnitude quake?
Does it feel like the beginning of a fresh start for Christchurch and Canterbury where you are?
The reincarnation of the historic Deans family homestead Homebush is nearly complete.
The perception that Canterbury is well advanced on quake recovery is misleading, business leader says. l EQC running out of cash
Kaiapoi was one of the worst hit areas in the September 2010 quake, but residents say it has a bright future.
The EQC sent Jocelyn Yates a land claim payment of $5.51.
Professionals connected to CTV building collapse have moved closer to possible manslaughter charges.
The earthquakes have not affected us emotionally, but financially, we have hit the wall.
Scientists defend criticisms that Canterbury earthquake forecasting is ineffective or distracting.
I was lucky in the quakes, but now constant and unpredictable road works are horrendous.
The city that I grew up in feels barren and looks like a skeleton of its former self, Matthew Ohs writes.
The fate of Port Hills properties in limbo since the 2011 earthquake has finally been revealed.
Complainants against an EQC engineer overstated his role and misunderstood EQC's, says his lawyer.
Anglican Church will get council grant to help repair block at St Michael's School.
The EQC's top engineer turned up to do a repair strategy for a garage which had been condemned.
The council wants to hear from firms keen to rebuild the Town Hall although the project may not go ahead.
Sumner residents are impatient for a new $10m hub to 'help the village prosper'.
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