Fairfax Media Videos June 2013

Videos from Fairfax Media recorded in June 2013.

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10:17am 25th August 2022
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Contains 8 items


Fairfax Video, June 2013 (1)
Fairfax Video, June 2013 (1)
A video of an interview with Andy Cole, site supervisor at Geovert, about the procedure for blasting rocks in Hillsborough. The rock-blasting work was paid for by two Christchurch couples whose properties were red-zoned and red-stickered. The couples hope that the blasting work will encourage CERA to change their land zoning from red to green, allowing them to rebuild their homes on the same sites.
Fairfax Video, June 2013 (2)
Fairfax Video, June 2013 (2)
A video of an interview with Roger Sutton, Chief Executive of CERA, about his vision for Christchurch. Sutton talks about CERA's Christchurch central city blueprint, the need to show off the heritage buildings in Christchurch, how to link the central city to the suburbs, and how to make compromises.
Fairfax Video, June 2013 (3)
Fairfax Video, June 2013 (3)
A video of an interview with Mayor Bob Parker about the building consent crisis at the Christchurch City Council. The council received a letter from International Accreditation New Zealand (IANZ) on 30 May 2013. The letter says that the Council has until 28 June 2013 to improve its processes or it will be stripped of its accreditation as a building consent authority.
Fairfax Video, June 2013 (4)
Fairfax Video, June 2013 (4)
A video of a car which is partially submerged in the Heathcote River. The river has burst its banks along Riverlaw Terrace.
Fairfax Video, June 2013 (5)
Fairfax Video, June 2013 (5)
A video of an interview with Tracey McKeefrey about her leaky house. McKeefrey and her family have been living in the house since the 22 February 2011 earthquake, despite the fact that over 300 litres of water comes through the house every wet day. The property has been classified as TC3 but the family still does not know if it will be repaired or rebuilt.
Fairfax Video, June 2013 (6)
Fairfax Video, June 2013 (6)
A video of the Christchurch City Council meeting to discuss its consenting process. The meeting was called after the council received a letter from International Accreditation New Zealand (IANZ) on 30 May 2013. The letter states that the Council has until 28 June 2013 to improve its processes or it will be stripped of its accreditation as a building consent authority. The video includes discussion from Councillor Barry Corbett, Acting Building Operations Manager Steve McCarthy, Democracy Services General Manager Peter Mitchell, Councillor Aaron Keown, and Councillor Claudia Reid.
Fairfax Video, June 2013 (7)
Fairfax Video, June 2013 (7)
A video of an interview with Lianne Dalziel about her decision to run for the mayoralty of Christchurch. Dalziel talks about resigning as a member of parliament, creating a sounding board for community, businesses, and the political spectrum at the Christchurch City Council, and the importance of uniting the Council.
Fairfax Video, June 2013 (8)
Fairfax Video, June 2013 (8)
A video of Lianne Dalziel announcing her decision to run for the mayoralty of Christchurch. Dalziel talks about the rebuild of Christchurch, and the daily lives of those living in post-earthquake Christchurch. She also talks about her decision to run independently, her experience as a minister, and the need for transparency and financial integrity in the Christchurch City Council. Lastly, she talks about the building consent crisis at the Council, and the need for the Council to connect with communities.