Fairfax Media Videos November 2012

Videos from Fairfax Media recorded in November 2012.

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10:21am 25th August 2022
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Contains 10 items


Fairfax Video, November 2012 (1)
Fairfax Video, November 2012 (1)
A video of Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams touring the Christchurch central city Red Zone. Williams visited Christchurch for two days during his New Zealand tour to offer his support to the city. The video includes footage of Williams visiting the ChristChurch Cathedral, and meeting locals. It also includes an interview with Williams about the demolition of the ChristChurch Cathedral.
Fairfax Video, November 2012 (2)
Fairfax Video, November 2012 (2)
A video of an interview with Grant Ross, teacher at Branston Intermediate School, about the boys-only class he set up to encourage learning for boys. This video is part of a series which looks at the innovative projects which will be lost if the Ministry of Education pushes ahead with its school closure and merger plans.
Fairfax Video, November 2012 (3)
Fairfax Video, November 2012 (3)
A video about the reopening of C1 Espresso in the former post office on the corner of Tuam and High Streets. The café had to close after the 22 February 2011 earthquake, which severely damaged their building on High Street. The video includes footage of the staff setting up the cafe and an interview with owner Sam Crofskey.
Fairfax Video, November 2012 (4)
Fairfax Video, November 2012 (4)
A video of Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, meeting members of the public during their visit to Re:Start Mall on Cashel Street. Charles and Camilla visited Christchurch as part of their New Zealand tour for the Queen's diamond jubilee. The video also includes an interview with Christchurch local Oscar Bloom about meeting the royals.
Fairfax Video, November 2012 (5)
Fairfax Video, November 2012 (5)
A video of an interview with Judith Bell, music teacher at Chisnallwood Intermediate School, about the school's award-winning jazz band. This video is part of a series which looks at the innovative projects which will be lost if the Ministry of Education pushes ahead with its school closure and merger plans.
Fairfax Video, November 2012 (6)
Fairfax Video, November 2012 (6)
Aerial footage of the Christchurch central city. The video includes footage of the Hotel Grand Chancellor, the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament, Manchester Street, the former Press Building, Worcester Street, Cathedral Square, St Elmo Courts, Cashel Mall, St John the Baptist Church hall, the Regent Theatre, the Arts Centre, Woolsack Lane, and the Farmers car park.
Fairfax Video, November 2012 (7)
Fairfax Video, November 2012 (7)
A video of an interview with Danny Lee about a show put on by the Circus Trust. The show is based on a post-disaster scenario, reflecting the situation in Christchurch. Lee talks about the inspiration for the show, as well as the difficulties finding rehearsal and show venues in Christchurch after the earthquakes. The video also includes footage of the dress rehearsal for the show.
Fairfax Video, November 2012 (8)
Fairfax Video, November 2012 (8)
A video of an interview with Rosey Acker, a helper at Kendal School, about the bike track that was set up at the school. This video is part of a series which looks at the innovative projects which will be lost if the Ministry of Education pushes ahead with its school closure and merger plans.
Fairfax Video, November 2012 (9)
Fairfax Video, November 2012 (9)
A video examining the New Brighton Master Plan released by the Christchurch City Council. The plan proposes extending Oram Avenue through to the car park on Hawke Street and moving the supermarket to the back of the Hawke Street car park. The slow road through the top part of the mall will also be extended through the pedestrianized section, and a bus exchange will be built on Beresford Street.
Fairfax Video, November 2012 (10)
Fairfax Video, November 2012 (10)
A video of an interview with Tony Simpson, Principal of Phillipstown School, about the technology centre at the school. This video is part of a series which looks at the innovative projects which will be lost if the Ministry of Education pushes ahead with its school closure and merger plans.