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Lily Moore, Sam Drost and Cole Hull, who were all 15-years-old, were killed in the crash.
The art installation was first erected five years ago, and each chair represents one of the 185 victims of the February 22nd, 2011 earthquake.
There were 188 charged in 2015, and 214 in 2016.
The quake claimed two lives and changed the landscape and the livelihoods of many.
The division between Pike River families and the Government continues.
Nurse Maude employs 500 support workers to go into people's homes and help about 14,000 people with day-to-day tasks.
When does a homeless person become a freedom camper?
The impressions show a slick two-storey facility, capable of hosting up to 2000 people.
Winstone Aggregates is mining rock for the city's rebuild, but its neighbours say the dust in the air contains crystallised silica.
The CSO's running a week long programmer inside one of the country's youth prisons.
The bug is back on the scene causing $100m worth of damage a year and it’s getting worse.
The prestigious travel guide has named Christchurch as one of the world's street art capitals.
Huge murals have appeared in the post-quake central business district.
Police are now finding and seizing more illegally owned firearms than ever before.
39 year-old Craig Chambers died when a foreign driver crossed double yellow lines.
Mike McDonald had worked with Briton Nick Alexander on numerous tours.
Passengers say airport authorities advised overnight, in-transit travellers to stay upright and awake.
Cholmondeley children's home in Governors Bay has been rebuilt at a cost of $6 million.
Joy Reid is a 1 NEWS reporter based in Christchurch.
Casey Hut was popular with weekend trampers and those setting out on longer expeditions.
A young man died in the crash on SH1 south of Christchurch.
An unassuming Christchurch security guard has so far predicted the correct results for every tournament game so far.
Dunedin singer Sophie Morris serenaded guests on a Mlford Sound cruise in aid of the Queenstown Lakes Family Centre.
17km of canals and 130km of pipework will connect Canterbury farmers to much needed water.
Two other people needed medical attention but were able to return to work.
Canterbury University engineers are hoping to make the tertiary institution the world leader in earthquake research.
The sudden chill was also a painful reminder for some Christchurch residents of the post-quake road to recovery.
Green and orange replaced black and white as Irish expats and Kiwis alike celebrated St Patrick’s Day.
A wary eye is being kept on the scene of a bush fire in Twizel.
A Christchurch Primary school struggling to find volunteers for its reading programme has tapped into a unique work force.
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