Cash insurance settlements were better than managed repairs for economic recovery following the Christchurch earthquakes, new research has found.
A team of local architects have won a public competition to design what will become one of Lyttelton's most prominent buildings.
Christchurch needs to "let go" of the quakes and give visitors something to do after 6pm, says Tel Aviv citymaker.
A secret rooftop pavilion harbours a story about Christchurch and one of its most celebrated architects.
The red zone is estimated to cost $800m over the next 30 years, but the area is forecast to provide billions in economic benefit.