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Images, eqnz.chch.2010

Kia Kaha (in the little red love-heart on the fence) can be translated from the Maori language as “Be strong and fearless!” “Be Proud!” or “Stand tall!” The term is used in many situations to give encouragement and support to family, friends and mates. Taken one week after the 6.3 magnitude quake hit Christchurch 22 February 2011. Proce...

Audio, Radio New Zealand

The public will have its first chance to see an $11 million earthquake memorial today, after family members of the injured and dead held an emotional private service at the site yesterday evening.

Other, National Library of New Zealand

After the shock and dust settled from the earthquakes, two friends, Helen Solomons and Wendy Riley, felt so strongly over the loss of the city's historic heart, they decided to put their skills to use and create this living tribute to it on the web.

Other, National Library of New Zealand

Blog in which Sarah Miles comments on the post-earthquake reconstruction of Christchurch, critiquing the profit-driven model of private insurance and how it fails to protect citizens in times of disaster. Includes comment on the political situation and some guest posts.

Other, National Library of New Zealand

Christchurch City Council website on the infrastructure rebuild of Christchurch following the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes. Includes news; information on SMART building; projects related to rebuilding of facilities, transport, suburban centres and the central city.

Articles, Christchurch uncovered

As a researcher for Underground Overground Archaeology, I spend my time searching written and visual sources for historical information on the sites the archaeologists are working on. The newspapers available on Papers Past are some of the best sources for rediscovering … Continue reading &...