Seismics 2016 – Videos, Resources, Photos & Media
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Developer Antony Gough criticises new 30kmh speed limit, lack of car parks and cycle lanes in CBD: The Press – March 18
Regenerating Christchurch: ONE News – TVNZ – March 18
Recovery entities say new model will work: The Press – March 21
Seismics and the City 2016 forum to focus on regeneration: Scoop – March 15
Hon Nicky Wagner – speech and photo: – March 30
Seismics and the City 2016 forum to focus on regeneration: March 16
Perspective Piece by Lyall Lukey – The Press: April 4
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Christchurch Ruptures – Katie Pickle
The devastating earthquake that hit Christchurch in 2011 did more than rupture the surface of the city, argues historian Katie Pickles. It created a definitive endpoint to a history shaped by omission, by mythmaking, and by ideological storytelling.
In this multi-layered BWB Text, Pickles uncovers what was lost that February day, drawing out the different threads of Christchurch’s colonial history and demonstrating why we should not attempt to knit them back together. This is an incisive analysis of the way a city’s character is interlinked with its geo-spatial appearance: when the latter changes, so too must the former. Christchurch Ruptures order form
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