It's time to revise our school zones, clearly out of sync with the reality of post-quake Christchurch.
OPINION: From fallen soldiers to fallen leaders, it was a week of reversals and loss.
OPINION: The biggest issue facing EQC is the general feeling of mistrust over anything it says.
OPINION: Are we sure we want herds of tourists trampling all over our clean, green attractions?
OPINION: If Bruce Willis is drilling into an asteroid, get it into you, but if Hugh Grant is teaching a Royal to fish, maybe not.
EQC's reputation has taken another knock with news it may have misinterpreted its own Act of Parliament.
OPINION: To improve Canterbury's water quality we must reduce the contaminants lost to our water, by changing farm practices.
Our signature may be on the climate change deal but that means little unless we start taking action.
If Lianne Dalziel returns as mayor she must ensure decisive action and a clear vision for the rebuilding of our city.
OPINION: Surely love and family are two of the most special things in this world worth fighting for.
OPINION: What exactly should we do, now that the great Canterbury water experiment seems to be failing?
OPINION: Today's subject is envy. It arose when I read a potted biography of Samuel Beckett, the Irish miserablist.
Can Christchurch truly be a people-friendly city, or are cities inevitably hostile environments?
OPINION: The purposes for which dogs were bred - hunting and fighting - sit uncomfortably with family fun.
OPINION: Christchurch's central city is surprisingly starting to exude a buzz.
We need jail space and accommodation - so here is the solution.
The February earthquake badly damaged the Bridge of Remembrance but it reopens appropriately today.
Never mind the infrastructure, check out the scenery - but visitors will only put up with bad facilities for so long.
OPINION: A former leader of the Student Volunteer Army asks if Christchurch is losing its audacious, daring, post-earthquake spirit.
The week's news from Christchurch.
OPINION: Family. "Can't live with 'em, can't shoot 'em," so the old saying goes.
OPINION: Greater collaboration is needed between Christchurch's arts organisations
Christopher Moore is as pleased as Punch with his latest magpie discovery
If I had any hope for the human species Volkswagen killed it for me with a cunning little computer programme.
OPINION: What pays for vital public services like hospitals, schools, water, and sewerage? Taxes.
OPINION: Why not go after a few of the big multinational corporations whose tax payments are beyond a joke.
Previous attempts to re-brand parts of Christchurch have failed. The latest has merit but will it catch on?
Rejigged city wards and a modicum of democracy at Environment Canterbury will ginger up this year's local body elections.
COMMENT: Can an earthquake on one side of the globe trigger one on the other?