Cash settlements beat managed repairs

New research has found that for every 1 per cent increase in insurance payments for building damage, economic recovery ...

Cash insurance settlements were better than managed repairs for economic recovery following the Christchurch earthquakes, new research has found. 

Lyttelton site design finalised

'The Hive' by In:Flux has taken out Ohu's Collett's Corner design competition. Construction is expected to begin in ...

A team of local architects have won a public competition to design what will become one of Lyttelton's most prominent buildings.

'Let it go' Christchurch

Hila Oren, a citymaker from Tel Aviv, inspired some of those thinking about Christchurch's future.

Christchurch needs to "let go" of the quakes and give visitors something to do after 6pm, says Tel Aviv citymaker.

Lone survivor of hero's legacy

Peter Beaven on his bicycle in front of one of his apartment buildings in March 2010.

A secret rooftop pavilion harbours a story about Christchurch and one of its most celebrated architects.

Red zone expected to cost $800m

A bird's-eye view of the red zone.

The red zone is estimated to cost $800m over the next 30 years, but the area is forecast to provide billions in economic benefit. 

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