All Results in Canterbury Earthquakes 2010 2011 web links

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From the about us page: We are a non-profit independent community group provided to serve the residents of Christchurch, impacted from the effects of the multitude of earthquakes and aftershocks
Page that lists demolitions and informational resources about demolitions.
A poem from a story I was told about the earthquake September 4 2010.
eqnzA collection of photos related to #eqnz
#EQNZ Twitter Monitor
Twitter search for the tag eqnz (#eqnz)
Photos by Ross Becker documenting empty lots, etc. as a result of demolitions.
From the homepage: The earthquakes that struck Canterbury in 2010 and 2011 are among the most significant events in New Zealand history. QuakeStories is a place to share your stories
A collection of stories and experiences from children around Christchurch and Canterbury, documenting the earthquakes of 2010 and 2011
Audio of British man interviewing his girlfriend in New Zealand over the phone who gives an eyewitness account of the 22 February quake which she felt in Belfast near Christchurch.
From the article: "But with the support of the literary community across New Zealand, a special session was added to the Auckland Writers & Readers Festival for six Canterbury writers—Fiona, Tusiata Avia,
Before and after images from Lyttelton.
From the about page: "Christchurch Earthquake Journal is a community based journal made up of contributions from the people of Christchurch for the people of Christchurch, past and present. It
A basket about the earthquake on the Kete Waimakariri site.
A list of of things lost to the earthquakes.
A site to help document art at risk after the 2011 Christchurch earthquake. Hamish Keith, originator of the site, describes the project: If you have works of art, antiques or
Official website of the Simply Catering café. Premises located at cnr Madras and Salisbury Streets, damaged and eventually demolished as a result of the Canterbury Earthquake 2010.
Article from The Press detailing how Simply Catering owner Richard Loffhagen is keeping the business running using a caravan and the use of a customer's kitchen. Published on 18 September
kebabette's blog post, written up by her colleague Marion, recounting her experience of the earthquake and its aftermath.