Fran O'Sullivan talks to Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee about the rebuild.
Christchurch business is in good shape as the rebuild ramps up, says Peter Townsend.
This rebuild is a huge task to be undertaken in a tiny economy.
Christchurch has learned some worthwhile lessons from the quake, mayor Lianne Dalziel tells Bill Bennett.
Christchurch is poised to benefit from the opportunities afforded by the "100 Resilient Cities" initiative after being chosen…
A wave of new bars and restaurants smack in the middle of Christchurch will be open by Christmas, thanks to Antony Gough…
The Canterbury earthquakes have provided an unprecedented opportunity to remake an international city.
What effect is the Christchurch rebuild having on the job market? Bill Bennett talks to the recruiters.
The impact of the rebuilding of Christchurch will be felt nationwide.
The University of Canterbury was well-prepared to deal with the 2011 earthquake. Bill Bennett talks to the vice-chancellor…
Fletcher EQR director Michelle Creagh talks to Alexander Speirs about the huge repair job.
ANZ's Fred Ohlsson explains how banks are assisting SMEs to gear up for new opportunities; how they see commercial prospects…
When it comes to information communication technology, the cultural sector is leading the way with a new Christchurch initiative…
Don Miskell tells Fran O'Sullivan that the aim is to make Christchurch a friendly, safe and liveable city.
Philip Duncan goes behind the scenes at earthquake data provider GeoNet.
Stu Jordan is founder and executive chocolatier at Kako Chocolate, an Auckland-based chocolate manufacturer and chocolate…
Police have named the Culverden man killed in a freak hedge trimming accident in North Canterbury earlier today.
The City of Boston this week is rolling out a new programme that's whimsically known as "Prescribe-a-Bike."
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