Fri, 22 Feb 2013 10:47a.m.
As Christchurch marks the second anniversary of the February earthquake, art installations remembering the day have sprung up across the city.
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23/02/2013 1:24:24 p.m.
Ann (in Sydney) wrote:
Thinking of you, Christchurch and Canterbury, from across the ditch. I salute you.
22/02/2013 6:58:41 p.m.
Interfaith? There is no such thing in Christian belief. There is one God. It is a shame that our pm does not yet get that
22/02/2013 1:25:23 p.m.
Bob Parker deserves a knighthood for all he has done after this disaster.
Christchurch's temporary pallet pavilion has proved so popular that a global fundraising campaign is now underway to keep the venue running for another summer.
Officials have blocked off a Christchurch road amid fears a quake-damaged house will fall over a cliff onto motorists.
Bob Parker says there's a $600 million gap between what his city is prepared to spend on new projects and what the Govt wants.
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