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A video of a tour of the new central Christchurch police station. The video includes interviews with Riwai Grace, Fire Communications Shift Manager at the New Zealand Fire Service, and Superintendent Gary Knowles, Canterbury Area Commander for the New Zealand Police. Knowles gives The Press a tour of the new training area, cafeteria, courtyard, firearm simulator room, prosecution area, interview rooms, and cell blocks.

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A video about the restoration of New Regent Street. New Regent Street was damaged during the 22 February 2011 earthquake. The video includes an interview with Edward Leeson, manager of the restoration project.

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A video of an interview with Toni Burnside, the Principal of Central New Brighton School, about the proposed merger of her school with South New Brighton School. Burnside talks about her belief that the government's rationale for the merger exaggerated the earthquake damage to the site.

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A video of people participating in the 'Bare Your Bum for Brighton' protest in New Brighton. The protest was organised by Pier Side Café owner Tony Brooks, as a humorous way of getting Christchurch city leaders to take notice of New Brighton after the 22 February 2011 earthquake.

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A video of Charlie Gates investigating the Christchurch City Council's plan to rejuvenate New Brighton mall. Gates interviews Sherry Dhamija, owner of Penguin House Dairy, Kate Thomas, manager of New Brighton Florist, and Colleen Biggs of Pegasus Tattoo about how business is going and what they think the area needs to be revitalised.

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A video about the training of search dogs for New Zealand Urban Search and Rescue (USAR). The video includes an interview with dog handler, Brenda Woolley, and Tim Drennan, the President of the New Zealand USAR Search Dog Association. Woolley talks about what they look for in search dogs, as well as how they train them. The video also includes footage of a dog being trained in the rubble from a demolished building in Christchurch.

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A time-lapse video of several locations in the Christchurch central city. The locations include the intersection of Gloucester and Manchester Streets, the intersection of Colombo and Armagh Streets, the ChristChurch Cathedral, Cashel Street, and the intersection of Lichfield and Manchester Streets.

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A video of an interview with Alexandra Harteveld-Turnball, a Year 13 student from Marian College, about her school project making jewellery from earthquake rubble. Harteveld-Turnball and six friends were given access to the PricewaterhouseCooper site to gather rubble for their project. The jewellery will be sold at markets, with all proceeds going to St John.

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A video of the Listen to Christchurch march which protested the government's proposed school closures in Christchurch. The march was organised by the New Zealand Education Institute. The video includes footage of protesters marching from the netball courts in Hagley Park to Riccarton Avenue, and a speech by Labour Party Leader David Shearer. It also includes interviews with Sandra Spekreijse, the chair of the NZEI Area Council, and local Jon Malis.

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A video of an interview with Joe Flynn, Christchurch Stadium Trust Chief Executive, about the new Christchurch Stadium in Addington. The stadium is being built on the site of the old Rugby League Park.

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A video of an interview with Mayumi Asakawa, a Japanese student from Kanagawa prefecture who was in Christchurch during the 22 February 2011 earthquake. Asakawa returned to Christchurch to ring the Peace Bell in the Botanic Gardens during the Festival of Flowers commemorative ceremony.

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A video of an interview with Martin Bell, Managing Partner at Corcoran French, about the company's experiences after the 2010 and 2011 Canterbury earthquakes. This video is part of The Press's 'Up and Running' series which showcases businesses which stayed up and running despite the challenges posed by the 2010 and 2011 Canterbury earthquakes.

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A video of an interview with Joe Bennett, columnist and Lyttelton resident, about his experiences during the 22 February 2011 earthquake, and his hopes for post-quake Christchurch. This video was part of The Press's 'Christchurch, one year after February 22, 2011' series.

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A video of an interview with Robin Judkins, Canterbury personality and Coast to Coast founder, about his experiences during the 22 February 2011 earthquake, and the changes to Christchurch. This video is part of The Press's 'Christchurch, one year after February 22, 2011' series.

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A video of a CERA press conference unveiling the 100-day blueprint produced by the Christchurch Central Development Unit (CCDU). The video includes presentations by Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee and Warwick Isaacs, the Director of the CCDU. Brownlee and Isaacs announce the acquisition of properties within the central city, and the creation of a green space bordering the central city. They also announce the building of a convention centre, stadium, and sports facility.

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A video of a tour of the inside of the Radio Network House on Worcester Street. Maurice Gibbens, demolition supervisor from CERES, and Craig Stracey, operations manger, explain how the building has been prepared for demolition by implosion.

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A video about a sale at the Ballantynes Department Store in Cashel Street. The video includes an interview with sales manager Liz Milles, shop assistant Suzie Topp, and shoppers Helen Rosengrave and Chloe Judd.

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A video of Prime Minister John Key taking part in a tree planting ceremony on the banks of the Avon River in Christchurch. The trees were planted to symbolise the beginning of the rebuild of the Christchurch central city.

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A video of an interview with Laurence Mote about the wall of containers in Sumner. Shipping containers line the south side of Main Road in Sumner, protecting road users from potential rock fall from the cliffs above. Mote bikes past the containers every day on his way to work. He talks about the risks facing cyclists along Main Road and in greater Christchurch, including pot holes and narrow roads. He advises cyclists to wear bright clothing and lights, and for cars to slow down and give cyclists room.

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A video about the reopening of C1 Espresso in the former post office on the corner of Tuam and High Streets. The café had to close after the 22 February 2011 earthquake, which severely damaged their building on High Street. The video includes footage of the staff setting up the cafe and an interview with owner Sam Crofskey.

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A video of an interview with Tony Simpson, Principal of Phillipstown School, about the technology centre at the school. This video is part of a series which looks at the innovative projects which will be lost if the Ministry of Education pushes ahead with its school closure and merger plans.

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A video of an interview with Grant Ross, teacher at Branston Intermediate School, about the boys-only class he set up to encourage learning for boys. This video is part of a series which looks at the innovative projects which will be lost if the Ministry of Education pushes ahead with its school closure and merger plans.

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A video of an interview with Rosey Acker, a helper at Kendal School, about the bike track that was set up at the school. This video is part of a series which looks at the innovative projects which will be lost if the Ministry of Education pushes ahead with its school closure and merger plans.

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A video of an interview with Judith Bell, music teacher at Chisnallwood Intermediate School, about the school's award-winning jazz band. This video is part of a series which looks at the innovative projects which will be lost if the Ministry of Education pushes ahead with its school closure and merger plans.

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A video of Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, meeting members of the public during their visit to Re:Start Mall on Cashel Street. Charles and Camilla visited Christchurch as part of their New Zealand tour for the Queen's diamond jubilee. The video also includes an interview with Christchurch local Oscar Bloom about meeting the royals.