Fairfax Media Videos November 2011

Videos from Fairfax Media recorded in November 2011.

Last updated
10:21am 25th August 2022
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Collection
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Contains 6 items


Fairfax Video, November 2011 (1)
Fairfax Video, November 2011 (1)
A video about field trials conducted by the Department of Building and Housing at Queen Elizabeth II Park in Christchurch. Fifty kilograms of explosives are being used to simulate a magnitude-4 earthquake at a distance of 10 kilometres. The aim of the trials is to test soil-strengthening techniques that could be used to repair damaged land in Christchurch.
Fairfax Video, November 2011 (2)
Fairfax Video, November 2011 (2)
A video of a media a preview of the CERA Red Zone bus tour. The Red Zone bus tours have been created by CERA to allow the public to view the Christchurch central city which has been closed for eight months since the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
Fairfax Video, November 2011 (3)
Fairfax Video, November 2011 (3)
A video of a media tour inside the earthquake-damaged Hotel Grand Chancellor. The video includes footage of the eastern side of the ground floor of the hotel, the stairwells, some of the rooms, and the view through an opening in the side of the building. It also includes an interview with Jack Harris from Fletchers Construction about the work that is being done to support the structure.
Fairfax Video, November 2011 (4)
Fairfax Video, November 2011 (4)
A video of a tour through the Christchurch central city Red Zone. The video includes footage of Colombo Street, ChristChurch Cathedral, Warners Hotel, the Hotel Grand Chancellor, Cashel Mall, the former Bus Exchange, Tuam Street, Manchester Street, the Mackenzie & Willis store, High Street, Plume, and The Globe café.
Fairfax Video, November 2011 (5)
Fairfax Video, November 2011 (5)
A video of Dallington resident Christine Mathieson being told that her orange-zoned property has been rezoned as green. The rezoning was confirmed earlier in the day by Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee, who announced that 400 earthquake-damaged properties in Christchurch will be bought by the government. Mathieson's house is not one of them.
Fairfax Video, November 2011 (6)
Fairfax Video, November 2011 (6)
A video of a tour through the Christchurch central city Red Zone. The video includes footage of Cathedral Square, Hereford Street, the Hotel Grand Chancellor, High Street mall, Gloucester Street, Worcester Street, Latimer Square, and AMI House.