Ex-police officer Gordon Meyer leaves court after being sentenced.
The brother of Philip Nisbet makes a statement on behalf of his family after Helen Milner guilty verdict.
Ewen Macdonald's lawyer gives an emotional statement to media after Macdonald was denied parole.
The Press hopped on board one of the first public tram rides since the quakes.
Lois Cairns asks locals how they pronounce Hei Hei
Georgina Stylianou chats to kids and farmers at the first day of the Canterbury A&P Show
First time entrant Claire Foley wins best dressed lady at Cup Day
Models braved cool weather to show body art creations at Cup Day.
Georgina Stylianou checks out the sights and sounds of Cup Day 2013
Willowbank Wildlife Reserve is rearing five recently hatched Great Spotted Kiwi chicks
Anna Pearson takes a spin around Ruapuna with racing champ Greg Murphy
Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee and Mayor Lianne Dalziel announce the Government's transport plan.
Rachel Young explain's the Government's transport plan
Kate Fraser visits Underground cafe Colombo, winner of best cafe in the Zest Food Awards.
Kate Fraser visits Saggio Di Vino, winner of best restaurant in the Zest Food Awards
The C-City Brothers film a new video for their Christmas single
Alasdair Cassels gave The Press a walk through of stage two of The Tannery which opens tonight
Little Jimmy had to be rescued by firemen after locking himself in a car.
The niece of murder victim Valmai McFie speaks after the sentencing of Colin Hoani.
Friends of Valmai McFie talk to the media after her killer was sentenced to 10 years.
Jody O'Callaghan asks the Minister of Education about Phillipstown school and Linwood High.
Education Minister Hekia Parata talks to media about her announcement that all secondary schools will stay open and Avonside Girls' High and Shirley Boys' High schools will share a new site
Blair Ensor talks to Shane Andrews who was rescued from the swollen Waimakariri river after coming off his motorbike. Warning: Contains strong language.
Andrew Earl speaks after being disqualified from driving and fined for causing the death of Allan Hubbard
Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel takes the bus to work on her first day in the top job.
Lianne Dalziel takes the call telling her she has won the Christchurch mayoralty race
There was a last minute rush at the Christchurch City Council as people voted for the local body elections.
Francesca Lee asks people on the street about the local body elections
Phillipstown School principal Tony Simpson talks to the media after a High Court judge declared Education Minister Hekia Parata's merger of Woolston and Phillipstown schools "unlawful".
Time-lapse footage shot over three months shows the demolition of the Heritage Tower in Cathedral Square.
Jade Bayliss' mother, Tina Bayliss, speaks to media after her daughter's killer is sentenced.
Jeremy McLaughlin's aunt speaks to media after her nephew's sentencing.
Mayor Bob Parker gives his valedictory speech.
Prime Minister John Key answers questions from reporters during his visit to Christchurch today.
Michael Hayes the Father of missing Canadian tourist Connor Hayes talks to The Press.
James Jameson who owns an apartment in Victoria Apartments is frustrated he can't retrieve his property three years on from the quake.
London based artist Shaun Gladwell has created sculptures for Christchurch that skaters can use.
Press reporter Olivia Carville visits a new R18 store in Lincoln Rd that has upset local businesses.
The Temple for Christchurch is torched in front of a large crowd.
Alison Locke is concerned heritage sites might be forgotten in the rebuild, like the park honoring her mother Elsie Locke.
The Governor General officially opens the historic Heritage Hotel.
Christchurch artist Julia Morison talks about her new public space artwork, Tree Houses for Swamp Dwellers.
Jess McGiffin's cat Turbo came home with a shaved head and a swastika on its back.
A Leeston couple escaped from their caravan before it was flipped by high winds.
An old eucalyptus tree at Avonhead School fell during last night's storm.
Christchurch Labour Party members tell Press senior political writer Glenn Conway which of the leadership candidates they'd prefer to lead the party.
A woman was forced into a chiller by men who held up Snafu Bar & Restaurant in Hornby.
Business owner Gordon Smith is loosing customers because of the ongoing roadworks that surround his shop.
The media was given a tour of the quake damaged Town Hall.
The bull on the piano sculpture is installed in the Arts Centre's market square.
The Christchurch Pops Choir serenaded travellers at the airport this morning.
Police have uncovered another chop-shop in Yaldhurst
Footage from inside the Town Hall taken with a GoPro camera worn by Cr Glenn Livingstone.
Warren Dempsey-Coy and Tony Coy-Dempsey were married today - the first day same-sex couples could legally tie the knot.
Kim and Vicky Earney-Irving were one of the first same-sex couples to get married in Christchurch today.
South New Brighton pupils are among the hundreds who are making dream flags for a new art installation.
Prime minister John Key answers questions about the Afghanistan family who are seeking asylum because their father worked as an interpreter for the SAS.
Charlie Gates takes a look at whats involved with the restoration of the dome in the Theatre Royal.
The Police Special Tactics Group use an abandoned red zone house to train.
Herbie's owner explains how the car had nothing to do with the Hagley Park shooting.
Detective Senior Sergeant Brian Archer gives an update on the body that was found in Woolston
Rachel Young chats to Paul Lonsdale, who announced today he is standing for Mayor.
Police examine the area where a man's body was found in Woolston.
The Press visits a scrap metal yard in Rolleston as police investigate the company's involvement in dismantling stolen cars.
Cyclist Tee Chek Tan talks to Press reporter Caroline King about surviving a collision with an 18-wheeler truck and trailer unit.
The Press was invited on the first Red Bus rebuild tour, which has replaced the red zone tour.
Hundreds of people and pets took part in a protest against testing party pills on animals.
Visiting architectural historian Denis McNamara visits Christchurch to give talks on the Catholic cathedral.
There was plenty of guns, weapons and other armaments on display at the Mainland Arms and Militaria Gunshow in Christchurch on Saturday.
The Press visits a recently-burgled flat to talk to investigating police officers about this common crime.
2006 Winter Olympics short track speed skating gold medallist Song Suk-Woo, from South Korea spent time coaching local kids at the Alpine Ice Centre.
Children hop on their scooters and skates to take part in a KidsFest event.
100 Christchurch percussion students will perform Batterie 100 in the Cardboard Cathedral as part of this years Arts Festival.
One-year-old Byson Bennett was born with hydrocephalus and has now been diagnosed with biliary atresia.
Large areas of Tai Tapu farm land is under water.
Walking, cycling and driving is hazardous in Christchurch's Port Hills.
Flooding at the Rakaia Huts by Iain McGregor.
Life carries on as normal in Methven as the first snow of the year falls.
LEESTON: Floodwaters are rising in Leeston streets.
BRAVING THE ELEMENTS: Hororata farmers ensure their cows are fed amidst falling snow.
Lianne Dalziel talks to Lois Cairns about her decision to run for the Mayor of Christchurch.
The Christchurch City Council meets to discuss its consenting process.
TC3 homeowner Tracey McKeefry's home is leaking, with over 300 litres of water dripping through the damaged roof.
Anton Bailey was called to rescue his friend's flooded car in Riverlaw Tce.
Cobham Intermediate has reintroduced the old kiwi favorite Bullrush
Caroline King visits Fleur Ford and her 31 year old cat Sarah.
Mayor Bob Parker answers questions last month about the letter giving the city council notice of its intention to revoke its accreditation for handling consents.
Cera boss Roger Sutton talks about how he would like the city to look in five years.
Members of the All Blacks squad spoke to the media after a training session in Christchurch.
Andy Cole explains the procedure for blasting rocks that threaten houses in Hillsborough.
Deidre Mussen asks people on Victoria Street what they think of the proposed local alcohol policy
Christchurch City Council chief executive Tony Marryatt answers a question from Cr Tim Carter during the meeting with the council's corporate and financial committee.
Joelle Dally talks to the two police officers who tackled a man who was threatening to set himself on fire.
The mother and aunt of Hayden Miles make a statement after the teenager's killer was sentenced to 18 years in jail.
Construction manager Chris Bartholomeusz talks about the challenges his team faced when undertaking extensive stabilising earthwork on Glenelg Spur.
Joelle Dally asks the Christchurch public what they think of Al Nisbet's controversial cartoons.
'Rocky' the boulder that tore into a Christchurch home during the February 2011 earthquake starts the journey to his new home, the Mt Hutt ski area.
Phillipstown principal Tony Simpson announces that Phillipstown School will merge with Woolston School.
Christchurch Boys' High School and Christ's College battled the elements and each other during their annual rugby match.
An investigation is under way after a police car was set on fire overnight in Lyttelton.
Parents Guy and Charlotte Ensor talk about their life with 4-year-old son Harry who has Cystic Fibrosis
Phillipstown School lead a walk down Ferry Road to highlight the dangers children will face in walking to school if Phillipstown School is closed
There were tears at Avondale today after it was announced the school will be closed.
There were scenes of jubilation at Chisnallwood Intermediate as their principal announced the school will remain open.
Rangi Ruru Girls' High School was caught up in a power outage that affected Fendalton and Merivale.
A helicopter with a monsoon bucket clears debris from a demolished house in Redcliffs today.
Thousands of Canterbury school pupils visited the Careers Expo at CBS Arena
Ben Dare arrives back in New Zealand with his climbing partner Scott Scheele who Ben rescued.
South New Brighton Motor Camp has been told by the Council it has a month to close down.
A time-lapse shot over an hour showing pedestrians using the temporary walkway through Cathedral Square
Shylah Harwood, who has an extremely rare disease, is making jewellery to help buy a new blood test machine for Christchurch Hospital's children's ward.
Brendan Egan catches up with young short track speed skating champ Ethan De Rose at a training session.
Chairman Mark Ford announces job cuts at Solid Energy's head and regional offices.
Comedian Jarred Christmas talks to Hagley College pupils about his time at the school.
Alice Woodcock returns to her Mairehau School classroom yesterday for the first time since she lost her hearing over Christmas.
Chief investigator Tim Burfoot briefs the media on the findings of the Easy Rider inquiry.
The 10 most influential people of The Press' 2013 Power List.
The Rendezvous Hotel re-opens its doors to guests for the first time since the earthquake.
A female Paradise Duck has been spotted in the Botanical Gardens with a crossbow bolt protruding from its back.
File footage of the three cheetah cubs born at Orana Wildlife Park that have since died.
Arthur McKenzie recounts the events leading to his capture by the Japanese during the evacuation of Singapore in 1942
Thousands of Cantabrians attended the Anzac Day dawn parade to remember the fallen.
The Press is shown around the studio complex where quake series Hope and Wire was made.
Family and friends greeted the last contingent of New Zealand troops coming home from Afghanistan.
Fashion designer Sonya Smith has been denied access to her New Regent St shop to retrieve $60,000 worth of stock
Time-lapse footage showing the progress in New Regent St over the past few months.
Two young female Cheetahs are the newest additions to Orana Wildlife Park.
Katie Kenny asks members of the public what they think a standard size glass of wine is.
Principal Bruce Kearney talks about the fire at Kaiapoi High School.
The aunt and mother of Hayden Miles speak after Gavin Gosnell was found guilty of the teenager's murder.
The final touches are being added as New Regent gets ready to open on Saturday.
People tell The Press what they think of the time they a given to cross roads at pedestrian crossings.
Tony Robinson talks about his love of history.
Christchurch residents were given the opportunity to quiz architects and Bishop Victoria Matthews on the proposed Christ Church Cathedral rebuild options.
Ducks are being used as therapy for ICU patients at Christchurch Hospital.
Clearview School has a modern classroom block.
The Press hit the streets to see what the public make of the three proposed Cathedral rebuild designs.
The Lincoln University Recreation Society held a fundraising event where students could pay to abseil down a seven-storey building.
The Press was taken on a tour around e-Cycle recycling plant to see what happens to unwanted TVs
Lawyer Jonathan Eaton talks to the media after his client who is charged over the Ryder beating made his first court appearance.
Police hold a press conference on their investigation into the assault on cricketer Jesse Ryder.
The scene in Merivale where New Zealand cricketer Jesse Ryder was severely beaten.
The scene where a female cyclist was hit by a car in Aranui today.
The Press had a look at some of the red zone businesses that seemed to be untouched since the quake.
A community initiative has seen Maori pupils' ability to learn English skyrocket.
Georgina Stylianou takes a walk down Gloucester Street, from Dallington to Rolleston Avenue, and shows how the 5 kilometre street provides an insightful cross-section of the Canterbury rebuild.
The Press took a tour of the Gondola as it prepares to open on Monday
German climber Sabine Hellenbrandt talks to the media about her fall down a crevasse.
Detectives examine the Hagley Park scene before removing the young student's body.
Fresh footage from inside the Christchurch red zone.
The Press reporter Charley Mann talks to 17-year-old Afghan refugee Abbas Nazari, after his speech to the Canterbury Model UN.
Adam Wood of Motorcycling Downunder presents Nick Ainge with his new bike.
The seriously injured German tourist who was rescued from a crevasse near Fox Glacier arrives at Christchurch.
Anna Turner checks out the sights and sounds on the opening day of the 2013 Ellerslie Flower Show.
Three pupils from Chisnallwood Intermediate read their stories about the chch school closures
Shanghai Starlight Acrobatic Troupe and music group Beauty & Melody gave Clarkville School a sneak preview of what to expect at this year's Chinese Lantern Festival.
Christchurch firefighters test their new drones, which can collect aerial footage without putting firefighters or the public at risk.
Rural firefighters dampen down a field in Prebbleton.
Hundreds of people paid tribute to those lost in the February earthquake two years ago today.
Merrin School pupils laid 185 flowers at the foot of the school flagpole to remember the quake victims.
Four enterprising young Christchurch residents talk about their hopes for their city two yeas after the February Quake
Christchurch artist Jason Ware unveils his kinetic installation called Halfspace on the corner of Madras and St Asaph streets, to commemorate the second anniversary of the earthquake.
Christchurch company Ambience Tiling has almost finished replacing the damaged tiles on New Regent Street
Hundreds of people marched to the Education Ministry office to protest the proposed Christchurch school closures and mergers.
Education Minister Hekia Parata announces the Government's plans for the future of Christchurch's schools.
Phillipstown School's Principal Tony Simpson tells his school and community of the proposed plan to merge his school with Woolston Intermediate.
Unlimited School's co-directors are upbeat about the proposed merger with Discovery One.
Phillipstown School principal Tony Simpson comments on how the school and community are feeling before Education Minister Hekia Parata's announcement today.
We dropped in on barber and hair artist Matt Brown to watch him work on a hair art creation.
Andrew Tobeck who's life was saved by Liam Robinson and Angus Bailey after his vehicle went into the into the Halswell River, goes back to the scene with his two rescuers.
The quake damaged Medway Street Bridge in Avonside is removed from the river by a crane.
The Longst Day winner Braden Currie crosses the finish line to rapturous applause at Sumner beach
Robin Judkins greets the first 2013 Coast to Coast competitor over the line, teams event winner Steven McKinstry.
Builder Mark Galletly shows the first two completed shops in New Regent Street.
Cera's chief geotechnical engineer explains the danger rocks and cliffs still pose to people and property.
Artifact analyst Gwen Jackson shows some of the artifacts found on the Theatre Royal site.
Georgina Stylianou checks in with the Cassels family to see how the development of their new retail site is progressing.
Charlie Gates has a chat with Melbourne buskers Sammy J & Randy.
A large boulder crashed into the side of a Sumner house.
Firefighters and soldiers joined together to fight a large fire that started at the army's West Melton rifle range.
A flashmob descended on Re:Start Mall in January, ending in a marriage proposal.
Contortionist Bendy Em entertains the crowds with just her body and a small box at this year's Buskers Festival.
Young band, I Gave These Guys Five Bucks, perform Lonely Boy at the World Buskers Festival 2013
Charlie Gates visits new buskers festival venues and talks about what the event means for the city.
Firefighters and helicopters dampen down the area where a fire swept through a West Melton pine plantation.
David Hartley talks about the terrible loss of his home.
Madeline Collard, 2, has her cochlear implants turned on for the first time.
A large fire destroys homes near Prebbleton, on the outskirts of Christchurch.
Thousands turned out to witness the many thrills and spills at The Canterbury Rodeo 2013
Georgina Stylianou talks to singer/songwriter Hera about her involvement with the music industry since the earthquakes.
Mayfield Golf course green keeper Alan Dixon talks about witnessing the twister that ripped through his golf course.
Canterbury Area Commander Superintendent Gary Knowles showed the media through the newly built Christchurch central police station.
Joelle Dally talks to young people in RE:Start mall about what Christchurch needs to keep them here.
Wendy Rushworth explains what happened when she came home from work to discover her house had been fenced off by a demolition company.
The scene of Friday night's suspicious fire on Christchurch's High street.
New Zealand Cricket Head Coach Mike Hesson explains the reasons why Ross Taylor is no longer the ODI captain.
Time lapse footage of the demolition of the Farmers building on Gloucester Street
The Scene in Kaiapoi where a man has died after his car hit a house
Time-lapse footage showing the demolition of the Gloucester Arcade.
Police continue with their scene investigation after a body was found in a burnt-out car near the Ashley river.
The Christchurch Steampunk community gathered at Ferrymead Heritage Park to swap stories, compare rayguns and admire costumes
The town of Cass has only one resident, Barrie Drummond, The Sunday Star Times visited Barrie to see what keeps a man away from big city living.
Dozens of people turned out to the Bare your Bum for Brighton protest.
Charlie Gates takes a look at the city council's plan to rejuvenate New Brighton mall.
Veteran broadcaster Mike Yardley hosted his final Yardstick show.
Charley Mann finds out how CPIT's new 3D printer works.
Charlie Gates askes for entries to join him as a judge of busker talent.
30 schools in Christchurch make use of Phillipstown School’s technology centre, which is under threat if the school merges with Woolston Primary
Marc Greenhill visits The Christchurch Circus Trust who are holding a dress rehearsal for their upcoming show Ascend.
Charles and Camilla were swamped by eager fans during a visit to the ReSTART mall this afternoon
Prince Charles and Camilla arrive to the official Christchurch welcome at the City Council building.
Georgina Stylianou takes a tongue-in-cheek look at what is on offer at this year's Canterbury A&P Show.
Branston intermediate school has a class that offers a boy-friendly environment to encourage learning for boys.
Bromley School is using the Italian Reggio educational philosophy which is based on the principles of respect, responsibility, and community through exploration and discovery in a supportive and enriching environment.
Burwood School pupils are learning first hand about the joys of growing their own vegetables, thanks to a garden built on their school grounds by the local Bunnings store.
Francesca Lee catches up with punters who are fuelling up for Cup Day at the Christchurch Casino.
Makeup artist Melodie McColl explains two of her creations that were entered into the body art competition.
Thousands of Cantabrians enjoyed the entertainment on and off the track at Addington today.
Kendal School has built a large bike track where pupils can gain confidence riding on one of the 50 supplied school bikes.
Georgina Stylianou visits C1 cafe as it prepares for it's opening on Monday in the old Alice in Videoland building
Caroline King visits Phd student Eduardo Sandoval who has programmed his robots to do the Gangnam Style dance.
Three mine experts who have been brought into the country by the families of Pike River victims talk about what they intend to do.
Pike River families' lawyer Nicholas Davidson and Bernie Monk comment on the commission findings.
Cabinet ministers Gerry Brownlee and Chris Finlayson comment after today's Pike River briefing.
Relatives of Pike River miners arrive at today's royal commission briefing.
The Archbishop of Canterbury was given a tour of the red zone, including a close look at the Christ Church Cathedral
One of the new NH90 helicopters arrived at the Air Force Museum of New Zealand today.
Francesca Lee enlisted the help of Ballantynes By Appointment to assist her in selecting a dress, accessories, hair and makeup for Cup Day
Over 300 people joined together in the Listen to Christchurch march to protest proposed school closures.
Fraser Bremford shows three different suit options to help men stand out on cup day.
Cashel Streets Re:START mall is still pulling in the crowds one year after it opened.
Anna Turner accompanied local zombies on their annual walk down Riccarton Road.
Arts Centre CEO André Lovatt shows Joelle Dally the progress his team is making rebuilding the historic buildings
Caroline Kings talks to Central New Brighton school Principal Toni Burnside about the proposed merger of her school with South New Brighton.
Thousands turned out to watch the men and women of rodeo pit their skills against horses and bulls at the 2012 Methven Rodeo.
Rodeo bareback horse rider Daryl Church is dragged by his horse during the Methven Rodeo.
700 Brown Trout that were bred by Fish & Game are released into into the Wairarapa Stream by local business man Theo Giesen
Japanese architect Shigeru Ban checked in on the progress of his cardboard cathedral.
New Brighton has been hard hit by the quakes, Charlie Gates talks to local shop owners that hope the area will make a comeback
Marian College student Alexandra Harteveld-Turnball who makes jewellery from quake rubble, is given access to the PWC demolition site.
Models showcase couture lingerie and burlesque costumes made by Christchurch designer Sophia Lee.
Hundreds of Canterbury University students dressed up for the annual tea party to celebrate the end of term.
The two finalists in The Press Freeze Out competition find out who won the trip to the sub-Antarctic Islands.
Friends and family welcomed home Defence Force troops after a six-month tour in Afghanistan as part of the New Zealand Provincial Reconstruction Team.
Tourists from around the world talk about their Christchurch holiday experience.
Footage showing the first few hours of the Shadbolt House demolition in Lyttelton.
Black Betty Cafe on Madras Street uses new coffee production methods, including siphon coffee.
Time lapse footage showing the demolition of the Price Waterhouse Cooper building, comprised of over thirty thousand still images taken over three months from Press House in Gloucester Street.
Spring is in the air at Willowbank Wildlife Reserve with babies of all shapes and sizes being born or hatched.
A group of protesters gathered at the Cranmer Courts as demolition of the building resumes
Rachel Young talks to film-maker Keith Reimink who made a film in Antarctica while working there as a chef.
Willowbank welcomed Bunchy, a female Takahe who they hope will make friends with resident male Takahe Hamilton.
Dog handler Constable Lyal Bayliss talks about apprehending a man armed with a shotgun who was involved in an alleged home invasion.
Police collect evidence on the streets surrounding the Northcote house where an alleged home invasion took place.
C-17 Aircraft Commander Lieutenant Colonel Brent Keenan gives The Press a tour of his C-17 Globemaster.
Locals take the lead with Lyttelton's road to recovery.
Pupils in room 11 at Banks Avenue School take part in the nationwide ShakeOut quake drill.
Friends and familly farewelled the final contingent of New Zealand soldiers to be deployed to Afghanistan in Burnham.
The bar-talied Godwits have returned to the Avon-Heathcote Estuary after an 11,000 kilometer flight from Alsaka.
Thousands turned out to a rally protesting changes the government is planning for Canterbury schools.
Will Harvie talks to comedian Rhys Darby about his Christchurch bound show This way to spaceship.
Hundreds gathered to pay their respects to hit-and-run victim Sean Hutt.
Woolston School has it's own Kunekune pig named Trooper, who runs free on the school grounds.
The first tubes for the cardboard cathedral have arrived.
Marc Greenhill checks in with a group of volunteers who are taking down fences in quake hit Bexley, as part of the Concert volunteer programme.
Martin Van Beynen investigates CTV construction manager Gerald Shirtcliff.
The Press has a look inside the new boutique cinema that is due to open in Alice in Videoland
Shirley Boys' High School principal John Laurenson reacts to the Government announcement of a possible merger with Christchurch Boys' High School.
A group of Shirley Boys' pupils talk about the proposed merger with Christchurch Boys' High
A crew member of the fishing boat Amaltal Columbia talks about what happened on board when the fire broke out.
Dave Cusiel shows how to make two drink s that are part of his Ice festival Scott base bar cocktail menu.
The Amaltal Columbia fishing boat caught fire 85km north-east of Lyttelton Heads.
Road to recovery animation.
The Minister of Local Government David Carter announces the future of ECan.
Shirley Quinn who suffers from broken heart syndrome after the quakes won a $1000 makeover at Westfield mall.
Lightning lights up the sky over Christchurch.
Footage of two days' demolition of the old railway station clock tower in Moorhouse Ave.
Gerry Brownlee announces details of the Christchurch Hospital redevelopment project.
Rev Jenni Carter, the vicar of Hororata's St John church talks about the morning two years ago when the quake hit her community.
A look back at the morning of September 4, 2010.
Footage showing the demolition progress of the Farmers and PWC buildings.
Charlie Gates gets an update on New Regent Street and it's neighbour the Theatre Royal.
The memorial service for Corporal Luke Tamatea, Lance Corporal Jacinda Baker and Private Richard Harris was held at Burnham Military Camp on Saturday
Hundreds of Cantabrians gathered to welcome the New Zealand Olympic team at the official ceremony at Pioneer Stadium.
The three soldiers who were killed in Afghanistan have arrived back in Christchurch
Press reporter Joelle Dally talks to two friends of killed soldier Jacinda Baker.
Former Cathedral Grammar head boy Chris Clements, who now coahes the USA U21 mens team, visited the school to pass on his hockey tips.
Olivia Carville checks out the talent at the Rabbits and Guinea Pigs show held by the Canterbury Cavy and Rabbits Fanciers Association.
Mayor Bob Parker opens the city branch of the Punting on the Avon route, which has been closed since the quakes.
The Press had a look inside the new central city bar, Cassels & Sons Brewery bar, which is opening tonight.
Press reporter Caroline King talks to a Lyttelton couple whose house has been swamped with mud following heavy rainfall.
The Press visited the Canterbury Ballet as they rehearsed for their show Emerge.
Demolition has started on the Science Alive building that previously was the railway station in Moorhouse Ave.
Twins Edna and Helen Yates, 96, visit the Worcester St house where they lived most of their lives and is now to be demolished due to earthquake damage.
The implosion of the quake damaged Radio Network House.
Prime Minister John Key took part in a tree planting ceremony on the banks of the Avon River to symbolise the beginning of the rebuild of the Christchurch central city
Warwick Isaacs looks at some key projects that makeup the blueprint for christchurch