Tuesday, June 19, 2018



Watch: New drone footage shows progress of the Ngā Puna Wai...

Drone footage of Nga Puna Wai Sports Hub shows progress on the project that when finished will have combined facilities for athletics, tennis, hockey and rugby league.

The rebuild: By the numbers

Statistics NZ said on Wednesday Canterbury's building costs and rents had risen faster than in other parts of the country since the February 22, 2011 earthquake.

Watch: Seven years on, our city before and after

More than 1,300 buildings have been partially or fully demolished following the Christchurch earthquake. Can you remember what building was where?

Watch: Work boots from 1800’s found under Sydenham Church

The work boots, which appear to be from the Victorian age, were actually under the church for a very, albeit, spooky, reason.

Watch: Earthquake repairs to New Brighton Pier nearing completion

Repair work is nearing completion in the next couple of months for New Brighton's pier.

Hotel Grand Chancellor earthquake survivors to tell their story in documentary

"Nothing was really said between us until there was a really big aftershock about two hours into it. We were bracing for it, we could hear it coming. Andy just grabbed me and whispered into my ear I love you. I remember thinking we're going to die."

Watch: Chapel for St Margaret’s College makes the journey from Waiau

An "incredible 24 hours" for outgoing Principal Gillian Simpson, as the former St Mark's chapel arrives at her college.

Watch: Stained glass artist works to restore Christchurch’s heritage

Graham Stewart is a man with a mission - restore Christchurch's damaged stained glass windows

Watch: Central city mini-golf course features earthquake damaged footbridge

Fancy chipping over two turrets? Teeing off from and earthquake damaged footbridge? Then the new Gap Filler mini-golf course is for you.

Watch: End in sight for Christchurch’s inner city roadworks

Work to future-proof Christchurch's inner city roads is due for completion by mid 2018.