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The 100-day blueprint outlines a plan to significantly shrink the size of Christchurch's CBD.
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12/08/2012 9:31:47 a.m.
Any shrinking that needs to to take place?Is 1 obesse body that shows up down here in Christchurch.And not the CBD
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