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Midday Report Earthquake Special

with Gael Woods

Audio from Friday, 03 September 2010

Not all audio is available due to copyright restrictions.

12:00 Midday News Bulletin
Extensive coverage of the earthquake in Christchurch. (duration: 5′44″)
12:07 Christchurch Mayor Bob Parker
The Mayor's Media Conference. (duration: 3′11″)
12:10 Reporter Jessica Maddock
An update on health. (duration: 2′35″)
12:13 Prime Minister John Key
His view on the Emergency Services and the infrastructure. (duration: 3′03″)
12:17 John Morton, Deputy Mayor - Selwyn Council
His look at Selwyn, Hororata and Darfield. (duration: 1′53″)
12:19 Inspector Al. Stewart
Minor looting and people management. (duration: 1′42″)
12:21 Jim Palmer, Chief Executive - Waimakariri District Council
He describes the damage at Kaiapoi. (duration: 1′34″)
12:22 Telecom Communications Manager - Mark Watts
Telecom's network is in good health. (duration: 1′22″)
12:25 Lyttelton District Chief Fire Officer - Mark Buckley
An overview of the damage in Lyttelton. (duration: 2′11″)
12:26 Reporter Matthew Peddie
An update on the Airport. (duration: 1′53″)
12:28 From The People
Reporter Ian Telfer presents stories from people affected by the earthquake. (duration: 2′16″)



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