Fairfax Media Videos February 2012

Videos from Fairfax Media recorded in February 2012.

Last updated
12:10am 8th November 2017
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Contains 12 items


Fairfax Video, February 2012 (1)
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (1)
A video of an interview with Murray Gorton, Group General Manager at Archibald Motors, about the company's experiences after the 2010 and 2011 Canterbury earthquakes. This video is part of The Press's 'Up and Running' series, showcasing businesses which have stayed up and running despite the challenges posed by the 2010 and 2011 Canterbury earthquakes.
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (2)
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (2)
A video of a press conference with GNS Scientist Kelvin Berryman. Berryman explains the recent aftershocks which have hit Christchurch.
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (3)
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (3)
A video of an interview with John Haynes, about his experiences during the 22 February 2011 earthquake. Haynes was in the Forsyth Barr building when the earthquake struck. Using his skills as trained mountain guide, Haynes belayed fourteen people down three and a half floors to safety.
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (4)
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (4)
A video of interviews with four Christchurch residents about their experiences during the 22 February 2011 earthquake. The residents include David Sandeman, who was in the PGC Building when the earthquake struck, Tristan Roberts, a member of the New Zealand Fire Service who assisted after the earthquake, Claudia McFie, who was in Cashel Street when the earthquake struck, and Belinda Van Gruting, a doctor in Christchurch. This video was part of The Press's 'Christchurch, one year after February 22, 2011' series.
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (5)
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (5)
A video of interviews with primary and high-school students about their experiences during the 22 February 2011 earthquake. The students interviewed include (Paityn Ower from Avondale Primary School; Leah Temesvari, Ryan Cleaver, Jenna Hayes, and Logan Emery from Kaiapoi High School; Nikora Webster-Epiha, Grace Smith, and Natasha Gordon from Wainoni School; and Harry Loughan, Rebecca Lane, Scott Price, Maltin Tauave, Charlie Kavanagh, and Amy Sisson from Linwood College. This video was part of The Press's 'Christchurch, one year after February 22, 2011' series.
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (6)
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (6)
A video of an interview with Robin Judkins, Canterbury personality and Coast to Coast founder, about his experiences during the 22 February 2011 earthquake, and the changes to Christchurch. This video is part of The Press's 'Christchurch, one year after February 22, 2011' series.
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (7)
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (7)
A video of an interview with Joe Bennett, columnist and Lyttelton resident, about his experiences during the 22 February 2011 earthquake, and his hopes for post-quake Christchurch. This video was part of The Press's 'Christchurch, one year after February 22, 2011' series.
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (8)
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (8)
An interview with Mark Quigley, lecturer in Active Tectonics/Tectonic Geomorphology at the University of Canterbury, about his experiences during the 22 February 2011 earthquake, and the active fault lines which caused the earthquakes. This video is part of The Press's 'Christchurch, one year after February 22, 2011' series.
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (9)
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (9)
A video of an interview with Michael Ardagh, Professor of Emergency Medicine at Christchurch Hospital. Ardagh talks about the challenges the emergency department at the Christchurch Hospital faced following the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (10)
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (10)
A video of an interview with landscape architect Di Lucas, about her vision for the Christchurch rebuild. Lucas talks about the need to build light buildings by using light materials such as timber. The video is part of The Press's 'Christchurch, one year after February 22, 2011' series.
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (11)
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (11)
A video of a tour of the Christchurch central city Red Zone. The video shows footage of the Edmond's Band Rotunda, Gloucester Street, the CTV building site, Poplar Lane, the McKenzie & Willis building, High Street, Lichfield Street, Colombo Street, Cathedral Square, and ChristChurch Cathedral.
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (12)
Fairfax Video, February 2012 (12)
A video of an interview with Mayumi Asakawa, a Japanese student from Kanagawa prefecture who was in Christchurch during the 22 February 2011 earthquake. Asakawa returned to Christchurch to ring the Peace Bell in the Botanic Gardens during the Festival of Flowers commemorative ceremony.