OPINION: It is dull-headed to think we can open ourselves up to the full forces of nature without any form of intervention.
OPINION: In politics rejuvenation rates alongside succession planning. Both are easy catchcries and generally seen as "a good thing".
OPINION: Councils building stadiums need private cash up front lest they be stiffed on the bill.
OPINION: To lose the Cathedral would be a great loss, felt more acutely in the long term, says UK historian.
Those who have had little adult conversation at home, have never been read to, and have never seen a book until they arrived at school, will fall even further behind.
OPINION: Myths about the recovery, the government's role in it, and the blueprint for Christchurch's CBD are being perpetuated by people with vested interests.
Grasping the enormity of what happened
OPINION: Volunteer firefighter ROY MONTGOMERY found himself helping at the PGC Building on February 22, 2011. On anniversaries since, he has been drawn back to the site.
OPINION: My column last week on the lack of action in tidying up the CTV site triggered a strong response from readers.
With Christchurch set for hundreds of new residential properties, let's make sure they're not just boxed-in sections.
About 180 years ago the South Island was invaded by tribes from the north.
OPINION: Can we afford to demolish another heritage building with potential to play a valuable role in Christchurch's future?
OPINION: The commercial sector has so far led the charge. Now the Government must get a spade in the ground in the inner city.
OPINION: The rebuild is slower than expected and architectural wonders don't appear to be arriving.
OPINION: Christchurch must focus on what will make it unique - not on a local or national level, but on a global level.
OPINION: The lack of action to properly clean up the CTV site and create a memorial has been disgraceful.
OPINION: Cera's most conspicuous failure has been its well-intended ambition to kick-start and accelerate the revival of the CBD.
OPINION: Recent public comments about the ISO Scheme's low percentage of upheld complaints are inaccurate and misinformed.
OPINION: The Christchurch rebuild gives us the opportunity to replicate some of Melbourne's delightful laneways.
OPINION: At a time of increasing concerns over inequality and resilience, innovation districts can spur sustainable growth.
OPINION: Urban planner warns city centre recovery will be 'a lot slower than people think'.