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Morning Report Earthquake Special

with Mary Wilson and Kim Hill

Audio from Saturday 04 September 2010

07:05 Christchurch Earthquake - Mayor Bob Parker
Christchurch Earthquake (duration: 6′39″)
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07:10 Reporter Jessica Maddock
Our Reporter Jessica Maddock is at Civil Defence Headquarters. (duration: 2′30″)
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07:15 Inspector Mike Coleman
Christchurch Police report (duration: 2′09″)
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07:22 Christchurch resident Colleen McDonald
Colleen McDonald is in Kaiapoi and says water pipes have burst and there are cracks in the roads. (duration: 1′52″)
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07:40 Head of RNZ Sound Archives Karen Neil
Karen Neil joins us from Christchurch. (duration: 3′37″)
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07:44 Seismologist John Ristau
Seismologist from the Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences. (duration: 5′03″)
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07:50 Christchurch earthquake - Andrew Howe
Head of Canterbury's regional civil defense. (duration: 2′39″)
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07:52 Reporter Jessica Maddock
An update on the situation from Christchurch. (duration: 3′02″)
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08:07 Inspector Al Stewart
Christchurch Police report. (duration: 2′22″)
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08:10 Reporter Matthew Peddie
Matthew Peddie reports from Christchurch Airport. (duration: 2′29″)
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08:13 Reporter Eric Frykberg
Reporting from the National Civil Defense headquarters in Wellington. (duration: 3′04″)
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08:15 Farmer Paul Cowie
Paul Cowie is a farmer at Windwhistle, near Darfield. (duration: 3′08″)
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08:16 Christchurch earthquake - Simon Morton
Simon reports from Cashmere. (duration: 1′59″)
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08:18 Christchurch earthquake - Susan Baldacci
RNZ producer Susan Baldacci reports from Christchurch. (duration: 5′29″)
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08:18 Christchurch earthquake - Frances Adank
Frances Adank is in St Albans where there are ruptured pipes and collapsed chimneys. (duration: 4′08″)
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08:42 Christchurch earthquake - John Carter
The Minister of Civil Defence John Carter. (duration: 5′12″)
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08:49 Christchurch earthquake - John McDonald
Former Radio New Zealander..John McDonald is at home in Cashmere and has lost his chimney. (duration: 4′27″)
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08:53 Christchurch Earthquake - Kevin Ramsure
Public Affairs manager for Kiwi Rail. (duration: 2′07″)
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08:55 Reporter Karen Gregory Hunt
Karen Gregory Hunt from Yaldhurst Road, in Christchurch. (duration: 4′01″)
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09:07 Reporter Jessica Maddock
Jessica Maddock reports from Civil Defense headquarters. (duration: 2′45″)
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09:10 Reporter Eric Frykberg
Eric Frykberg reports from Civil Defense national headquarters in Wellington. (duration: 2′28″)
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09:12 Orion's Roger Sutton
An update on the power situation in Christchurch. (duration: 3′21″)
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09:16 Christchurch earthquake - Ian Beale
Ian Beale joins us from Mt Pleasant where there has been a rock fall off Castle Rock. (duration: 2′34″)
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09:18 Reporter Matthew Peddie
Matthew Peddie reports from Christchurch. (duration: 2′26″)
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09:21 Seismologist John Ristau
An update on recent Christchurch earthquake aftershocks. (duration: 1′45″)
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09:23 Inspector Mike Coleman
Christchurch Police report. (duration: 1′57″)
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09:26 Christchurch earthquake - Mark Watts
An update on the phone systems from Telecom's communications manager Mark Watts. (duration: 2′13″)
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09:28 Reporter Jessica Maddock
An update on the Christchurch earthquake from Jessica Maddock. (duration: 2′21″)
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09:30 Reporter Katy Gossett
Katy Gossett reports from New Brighton in Christchurch. (duration: 2′43″)
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09:34 Christchurch earthquake - Karen Neill
Karen Neill is the head of RNZ's Sound Archives. (duration: 3′33″)
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09:39 Christchurch Mayor - Bob Parker
A state of emergency has been declared in Christchurch City. (duration: 8′19″)
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09:49 Inspector Al Stewart
A police update on the Christchurch earthquake. (duration: 2′07″)
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09:51 Report Eric Frykberg
An update from Eric Frykberg at Civil Defense national headquarters in Wellington. (duration: 2′52″)
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