Fairfax Media Videos April 2012

Videos from Fairfax Media recorded in April 2012.

Last updated
10:05am 25th August 2022
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Collection
Identifier
qsr-collection:18613

Contains 10 items


Fairfax Video, April 2012 (1)
Fairfax Video, April 2012 (1)
A video of a tour of the Christchurch central city Red Zone. The video includes footage of Oxford Terrace, Armagh Street, Colombo Street, Gloucester Street, Hereford Street, High Street, the Westpac Trust Building, Cashel Street, Manchester Street, Poplar Lane, the site of the demolished Convention Centre, and the Crowne Plaza Hotel.
Fairfax Video, April 2012 (2)
Fairfax Video, April 2012 (2)
A video about the reopening of Calendar Girls on Hereford Street. The video includes a tour of the strip club and an interview with Director Jacqui Le Prou. Le Prou talks about her frustration at not being able to access the building for more than a year after the 22 February 2011 earthquake, despite it receiving very little damage.
Fairfax Video, April 2012 (3)
Fairfax Video, April 2012 (3)
A video of Stone Works removing a time capsule from the foundations of the old Press Building in Cathedral Square. The time capsule was found in the foundation stone of the building. It contained a bundle of newspapers from April 1907, handwritten notes, and coins.
Fairfax Video, April 2012 (4)
Fairfax Video, April 2012 (4)
A video of a tour of the new Press Building on Gloucester Street.
Fairfax Video, April 2012 (5)
Fairfax Video, April 2012 (5)
A video about a restaurant in the Christchurch central city being shut down by CERA. The Southern Asian Restaurant, along with neighbouring Little Saignon and Jenny Craig, were deemed dangerous by CERA and ordered to stop trading with only 90 minutes notice. The video includes an interview with Lianne Dalziel, the Labour MP for Christchurch East, and April Ouyang, the owner of the Southern Asian Restaurant.
Fairfax Video, April 2012 (6)
Fairfax Video, April 2012 (6)
A video about the Christchurch City Council housing complex on Conference Street in the Christchurch central city. The housing complex was unoccupied after the 22 February 2011 earthquake despite the housing shortage. Christchurch City Council said that the vacant units could not be lived in because of structural damage or damage to services. However, the building has been checked by structural engineers and many of the rooms have been deemed safe to occupy.
Fairfax Video, April 2012 (7)
Fairfax Video, April 2012 (7)
A video of a protest against the demolition of ChristChurch Cathedral. The protest is being held outside St Christopher's Church in Avonhead. The video includes footage of both the Christchurch Wizard and Bishop Victoria Matthews speaking to the protesters.
Fairfax Video, April 2012 (8)
Fairfax Video, April 2012 (8)
A video of water erupting out of a burst water main in the Christchurch central city.
Fairfax Video, April 2012 (9)
Fairfax Video, April 2012 (9)
A video of an interview with Jeremy and Tania Tomkins about their living situation after the 22 February 2011 earthquake. The family of four were forced to move into their garage after the earthquake damaged their New Brighton home.
Fairfax Video, April 2012 (10)
Fairfax Video, April 2012 (10)
A video of stills of Christchurch in 2009. The video highlights the heritage buildings and architecture which has been damaged or lost since the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes.