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A group of Christchurch residents, including musicians, mediaeval enthusiasts and the local Wizard, has banded together to make a music video to express their frustrations with the Christchurch Earthquake Recovery Authority (Cera), EQC and "
Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee has confirmed the Government will appeal a High Court ruling which found offers for red-zoned property in Christchurch were unlawful. Last year a group of affected property owners challenged the Government'
Auckland [ change ] Fine Max 18° Min 7° Majority of schools expected to open after Friday's quakes Ministry of Education, Fuseworks August 18, 2013, 6:10 pm The vast majority of schools, early childhood education (ECE) and tertiary education
Auckland [ change ] Partly cloudy Max 16° Min 7° St Mary of the Angels Church closed after quake Laura Dooney, Newstalk ZB July 28, 2013, 1:57 pm A central Wellington church has been closed for earthquake strengthening following last Sunday's quake.
The Earthquake Commission changed a newspaper advert after a complaint that it was misleading and tried to show the EQC in a better light. EQC denied the advert was meant to deceive, and said it showed its role in the Christchurch recovery was city-
New Zealand earthquake damages Wellington parliament The quake cracked roads and knocked stock off shelves in shops A minute-long earthquake has shaken New Zealand, halting trains and damaging Wellington's parliament building. The 6.5-magnitude
Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 17° Min 8° Quake rattles Milford Sound NZ Newswire July 4, 2013, 8:48 am A shallow magnitude 5.2 quake has rattled western parts of the lower South Island. The quake, which struck just after 7.30am on Thursday, was
Christchurch's red zone residents may have to provide their own infrastructure services June 26 (BusinessDesk) Christchurch residents who continue to live in red zone areas may have to provide their own generator, water supply, sewerage facilities
The Government is staring at a more than $1 billion shortfall from buying up residential red zone land in Christchurch and potentially faces a "big bucket of mess" in trying to recover the loss. The deficit is nearly double what it thought it would
The plaintiffs (the Morley interests and the Harris interests) seek declarations pursuant to the Declaratory Judgments Act 1908.  Both sets of plaintiffs owned boarding houses in central Christchurch. All the properties1 were seriously damaged by