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The demolition work in Christchurch didn't stop for the arrival of Prince Charles and his wife Camilla.
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24/11/2012 7:12:37 p.m.
"Demolition work", yes indeed. In other disaster sites, after two years one would expect to see repairs or rebuilding. Why is Christchurch so slow? Primarily because the demolition crews have such a big job - humans are causing 100 times more damage than the quake did.
16/11/2012 4:14:57 p.m.
Prince Charles is pointing! He points at everything.I like his sunglasses.
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