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- This background paper was written by the Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) by Nicola Shirlaw.
Here is a snippet from the Introduction:
In 2010 and 2011, Christchurch experienced a number of major earthquakes
Another challenge facing engineers and building experts is
housing foundations, one of the key problems being what to do with
the tens of thousands of homes with damaged foundations
The Human Rights Commission has releasing a report calling for
people and their human rights to be put at the heart of the
recovery in Canterbury, says Chief Commissioner David
"At its best, this is what the recovery has been about
- The ageing of the New Zealand population means that, in future, very large numbers of very old people will be living in the community, many alone or with a spouse of similar age, many suffering from chronic illness or disability and in need of support
Communities in Christchurch and the organisations that work with
them have learnt a lot since the devastating earthquakes in 2010
ABC Radio Australia National presented a radio podcast called
After the Quakes as part of their 360 Documentary series on Sunday
6th June 2013
- The Christchurch City Council is often asked about places that give free, independent and reliable advice about home design and renovation
In October 2012, more than 300 people attended community forums
in Kaiapoi and Brighton to listen to Dr Rob Gordon, a visiting
Australian specialist in disaster psychology who has supported
people affected by more than 30 disasters
Wastewater systems are vulnerable to infiltration (of water) and
debris (soil, stones, and broken pipe pieces) as a result of
private wastewater lateral pipes being damaged or in poor
the high-spec research repository and University of Canterbury node
of UC CEISMIC (http://www.ceismic.org.nz).
It has been created to help people memorialise, understand, and
learn from the Canterbury earthquakes