Wed, 08 Aug 2012 7:00p.m.
Christchurch residents still living with insurance and EQC issues two years after the September 4 uake took to the streets today.
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15/01/2013 10:17:40 p.m.
Now Jan 2013, still waiting ....nothing from EQC. TC3 drilling completed months ago!
3/09/2012 1:39:43 p.m.
Jeffrey Huffadine wrote:
I was at that protest march against EQC and IAG and from I have learned those two big organisations to whom I am waiting to hear from appears that they have forgotten about me.From What I was told that another protest march is being planned for the 4th September 2012 at which coincides with the second anniversary of the 4th September 2010 quake and it will be at the same place as was this one at EQC and IAG.
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