Christchurch Earthquake 2011
Red-zoned Port Hills homeowners get an extra five months to consider the Crown's offer for their land.
Closing the Gloucester St bridge for another two years is the "worst thing" to happen to New Regent St businesses, a shop owner says.
EQC has been accused of breaking the law by taking more than 150 days to answer a request.
What is happening with the master plans for Lyttelton, Edgeware, Linwood, Sydenham and others?
A Burwood couple must leave their home of 35 years as consent hold-ups delay construction.
Families who lost loved ones in the February quake may be allowed to place temporary markers.
Three Canterbury councils have almost $2.1 million in their earthquake funds still waiting to be allocated.
The council's housing committee wants Cera to identify red-zoned homes suitable for relocation.
A red-zoned couple's failed $1.3m claim will be seen by insurers as a way to "get off the hook", says a legal expert.
Govt threatens to name owners of potentially deadly buildings who have taken no action.
A red-zoned couple will get $550,000 from their insurer after the High Court rejected their bid for $1.3m.
EQ minister agrees to 'tidy up' CTV site despite ruling out a memorial last week.
The Majestic Theatre and Sammy's Jazz Bar will be demolished, Cera confirms, but no decision yet on NG Gallery.
The manager of 1000 properties says Southern Response faces court action because it won't talk to customers.
Lyttelton locals forced out of their homes after they were red-zoned should be compensated, their neighbour says.
Hundreds of properties still carry section 124 notices to be classed as dangerous to occupy.
Kathryn Burton, her husband and three young children had moved on with their lives. At least they tried to.
Prime Minister John Key says Port Hills zoning review took 'a lot longer than we would have wanted'.
Council wants memorial at CTV building site despite earthquake recovery minister already ruling it out.
Port Hills residents say this morning's moderate but shallow quake was 'loud and scary'.
JANE DUNBAR - © Fairfax NZ NewsAll the houses have fallen over and everyone is dying - that's what Thomas, 9, depicted in a sand tray when he first went to see a counsellor.
The Christchurch City Council is supporting calls for a temporary memorial on the site of the CTV building.
Good news expected for Ian Simpson
Brownlee has expressed confidence in EQC's chief executive ahead of the release of a report into the organisation's systems.
A widower is calling for a temporary memorial at the CTV site to allow families of deceased to pay tribute.
Charlotte Mayne was initially patient. Now she is beyond frustrated with EQC's failure to repair her home.
Uninsured red-zoners are hoping for full payout before Christmas after Appeal Court win.
Commission acknowledges it will fall short of its 2013 target for the most damaged homes.
Brownlee is pleased with Court of Appeal ruling that red-zoning of damaged land was lawful.
Unhappy homeowners have given Southern Response two weeks to provide answers.
Twice as many females than males were injured during and after the Canterbury earthquake.
Steve Gurney and Ali Jones call for protest at Southern Response offices on Monday.
The blogger who leaked thousands of insurance claims online has refused to pay EQC's legal costs.
Areas of New Brighton, Avonside Drive, Oxford Tce and Kaiapoi will be the first to be completely demolished.
Red-zone homes demolitions to be more planned to ward off vandals while hitting deadlines.
Owners selling an earthquake-damaged property should make available all information about its state of repair.
The council is battling EQC for more cash to hasten repair of its quake-damaged housing units.
Future large earthquakes could cause powerful aftershocks as in Canterbury, new research shows.
Canterbury's unusual rock structure meant the 2011 quakes produced some of the strongest vertical ground accelerations ever seen.
Bosses knowingly sending staff to work in earthquake-prone buildings are breaking the law.
The lack of accountability over the collapse of the CTV building has left victims' families feeling the Government does not care.
Decisions on the residential red zone must be made in a year, a group backing river park plans says.
Nearly three years since they lost their daughters in the CTV building, the families of the Japanese victims say they cannot find closure.
Several post-quake Christchurch initiatives survive on volunteer help. So what motivates people to do unpaid work?
Latest quake to jolt Cantabrians shows enough stress to create further shakes, says scientist.
Many of the 4200 who felt last night's 4.6 earthquake were overseas visitors, unused to shaking.
A condemned house survives yanking by big rigs, despite being only seven per cent of the building code.
Red-zoners are "speechless" after Gerry Brownlee derided a judge who ruled in their favour.
Building Minister Maurice Williamson says he finds it unacceptable the man whose firm designed Christchurch's deadly CTV building has not been held to account.
The complexity of issues surrounding the Canterbury quakes is delaying insurance payouts.
How animals and their owners coped with the Canterbury earthquakes is being researched.
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