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More than 2500 claims remain unresolved with the Earthquake Quake Commission alone.
One home was completely destroyed.
Warm weather saw thousands pour through the turnstiles by lunchtime.
Industry leaders say it points to the future of housing.
Halle Pitama, 13, thinks social media needs an update to increase Maori on social media.
Attempts are being made to revive the quake stricken suburban area.
A jury has found Peter Carroll guilty of murdering Christchurch man Marcus Tucker.
Peter John Carroll denies bashing Marcus Luke Tucker to death with a steering lock.
Test results for the crop ecotain plantain show massive reductions in nitrate leaching.
Around 200 Synod members spent the last three days discussing the building's future.
Dubbed "The Peoples' Steeple", the model is a seventh of the size of the real spire.
Polluted flood water could pose a health risk for several days and it could be longer before some people can go home.
Reserve land at the eastern gateway to Arthur's Pass National Park is at the centre of a 100-year land ownership dispute.
The research will follow the path of canine evolution, from living in the wild to becoming a part of family life.
Sanitarium says the British version of the cereal infringes on its 90-year-old trademark.
Michael McGrath hasn't been seen since he disappeared from his Halswell home on May 21.
Blair Williamson will take on the challenge during the Christchurch Marathon.
If the trust have their way, the likes of Ed Sheeran won't be bypassing Christchurch.
Justice David Gendall tells High Court that certain issues have arisen, making a mistrial necessary.
The body of Marcus Tucker was found on Anzac Day last year.
St Albans residents say sex workers often leave rubbish all over their properties, including beer bottles and used condoms.
New council laws allow each council decide whether shops can open on the public holiday.
Farmers in the Bay of Plenty struggle after recent rain but it's a different story for their Canterbury counterparts.
Thousands of hunters around the country are preparing to make the most of Roar.
Now in its 18th year, the event is a highlight in the social and economic calendar.
Last month's fires razed a huge area of vegetation - now farmers are turning to new technology to help them get back on track.
According to Trade Me Property figures, rents are on the up nationwide - except for one exception in the south.
The surf nationals were to take place at New Brighton in 2011 but the devastating earthquake struck.
Long road ahead for Christchurch Adventure Park's restoration after "nightmare" fire.
Police wouldn’t confirm at what stage 51-year-old Russell John Tully appeared on the list.
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