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Christchurch to lose post-quake chairs artwork as land put up for sale
The 185 white chairs have stood as a monument to the lives lost in the 2011 quakes.
'Stand down Diesel boy your work is done': Rescue dog dies
Tributes from around world flow for quake rescue dog.
Christchurch to mark 75 years since Ballantynes shop fire, where 41 died
There will be a public memorial service in the city's Transitional Cathedral on Friday.
Opinion: End of era for Christchurch mayor Lianne Dalziel
OPINION: Thirty-two years of service in central and local government comes to an end.
New drone footage inside Christ Church Cathedral reveals glory before earthquake
New drone footage filmed in 2010 inside the Christ Church Cathedral reveals its glory before the earthquake. Video / Craig Dickie
Hamish Clark: Showtime in Christchurch as the nightlife returns
The painful memories of lockdowns and zero nightlife disappeared with live music.
Kings and queens of philanthropy: NZ's billionaire benefactors and generous family dynasties
Uber-rich families that gift are plentiful around Auckland.
The two 28-year-olds at the top of NZ's house-building sector
Christchurch's earthquakes continue to offer huge opportunities for the company.
Snakes and ladders: How Christchurch Airport made a profit
The airport faces a high stakes game of Snakes and Ladders during years of recovery.
Mosque attacks: Christchurch to get rare bravery award
Special bravery award comes after "acts of bravery and humanity" on darkest day.
Sir Grahame Sydney leads South Island charge in Queen's Birthday honours
A posthumous award, an artist and politicians are among those recognised.
'Constantly worried about home': Crusaders on the aftermath of Chch quake
How the Crusaders found their motivation following the tragedy of the Christchurch quake.
Premium: Firefighter Mike ‘Ringo’ Harwood on 50 years service
Firefighting veteran Mike ‘Ringo’ Harwood looks back on his “most rewarding” job following the Christchurch earthquakes and after 50 years service says he’s got no plans of retirement. Video / Alex Burton / Joe Morgan / AP
Canterbury earthquakes NZ's most costly insurance event, $38b in property claims
A mix of sources have funded earthquake claims; existing reinsurance has funded 72%.
10 years after Christchurch quake, a hush where 8,000 homes once stood
New York Times: Nature is reclaiming land that has sat in limbo since the quake.
Christchurch earthquake survivors share their powerful stories 10 years on
The survivors of the Christchurch earthquake will never forget what happened that day.