Sun, 15 Jul 2012 6:12p.m.
Christchurch residents got a rare glimpse into the red-zone today as part of Gloucester Street was closed to vehicles.
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15/07/2012 8:42:27 p.m.
The citizens have been kept out of their own city for far too long.They won't recognise it, not because of the earthquake, but because of CERA demolishing hundreds of buildings since then.
After a cliff-top home in Christchurch was demolished, the CERA staff and demolition crew struggled with how to get rid of the debris.
More than 1000 dangerous buildings are already gone from inside the central city, but even more must come down to make way for the rebuild.
A popular Christchurch campground has been given a reprieve, much to the relief of its 25 permanent residents who were told they must move out.
Christchurch residents will have access to more of the city as the red zone cordon continues to contract.
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