Thu, 20 Dec 2012 7:00p.m.
Campbell Live reflects on another year of quake coverage in Christchurch.
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26/12/2012 11:04:37 p.m.
they could have got the street names right, Shooters is on the corner of manchester and cashel st, not hereford st!
26/12/2012 10:14:18 p.m.
I just can't believe this is still going on and looks set to be our nightmare for another few years. I, too, lost my house and 2 years on have nothing. Where is the help? Why does CBD take importance over providing a roof over the heads of those of us who lost everything? It seems that paying your insurance for 20 years is just a waste of time..not only do you not receive it but when you do it's not even enough to replace what you had. My land offer is $350,000 less than it was worth. Over a barrel much? In fact, I'll walk away $550,000 down....without counting the rent I now have to pay (was mortgage free before this) for the last 18months and maybe for yet another two years. There is something wrong when CBD rebuilding takes precedence over rebuilding the lost homes of ChCh's citizens. Am I the ONLY one who thinks this?
20/12/2012 9:04:04 p.m.
The thing that concerned me the most after watching this is that very few residents of ChCh have been able to move on this year. When on earth are insurers going to pay out as per their policies? Why isn't the Govt stepping in and making insurers do the right thing? Disgraceful.
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