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Two former officials accused of serious misconduct at the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority say their bosses knew all about their other business interests.
An official inquiry has found two former Canterbury quake recovery officials ran a property company while working for CERA. The Serious Fraud Office has been asked to investigate. Audio
An inquiry has found two earthquake recovery officials tried to use their positions for personal financial gain. Audio
Two former Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority officials attempted to use their positions for their own financial gain and their actions will now be referred to the Serious Fraud Office. Video, Audio
The Christchurch City Council says it is important the group charged with redeveloping the city's red zoned land has the full confidence of the public.
Gerry Brownlee says he learned of allegations facing three former Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority staff the day before the story broke.
Staff at the now-defunct Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority spent more than $5 million on travel in five years, official figures show.
ANALYSIS: The shadow of the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority looms over its replacement's new CEO, writes Belinda McCammon. Audio
The head of the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority is defending his organisation's multi-million dollar public relations bill.
Legislation setting up a new agency to oversee rebuilding in Christchurch should be announced within the next month, the city's mayor says.
Residents still living in Christchurch's red zone may have to use septic tanks as the city council looks to stop some infrastructure services to save money.
A group of Christchurch red zone property owners, known as the Quake Outcasts, have won their battle for a 100 percent buy-out of their land by the Crown.
The Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority has spent more than $75 million on Christchurch's convention centre but key details remain unknown. Audio