Fairfax Media Videos May 2013
Videos from Fairfax Media recorded in May 2013.
10:20am 25th August 2022
- Fairfax Video, May 2013 (1)
- A video about the ten most influential people in The Press 2013 Power List. The top ten are Prime Minister John Key, Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee, Kaiwhakahaere of Te Runanaga o Ngai Tahu Mark Soloman, EQC Chief Executive Ian Simpson, Environment Canterbury Chairperson Dame Margaret Bazley, CERA Chief Executive Roger Sutton, The Press Editor Joanna Norris, IAG Chief Executive Jacki Johnson, Tertiary Education Minister Steven Joyce, and Minister of Education Hekia Parata.
- Fairfax Video, May 2013 (2)
- A video of an interview with Sarah O'Brien about the official information requests that she is filing with EQC. O'Brien talks about the substandard living conditions that Cantabrians are having to deal with while they wait for EQC to respond to them.
- Fairfax Video, May 2013 (3)
- A time-lapse video showing pedestrians using the temporary walkway through Cathedral Square. The video was filmed over the space of an hour.
- Fairfax Video, May 2013 (4)
- A video about the South Brighton Motor Camp which has been given a month by the Christchurch City Council to close down. The video includes an interview with campsite leaseholder Dominic Brownin, and residents Malcolm Farrell, Ngaire Fyffe, and Deidre McGowan. The residents talk about the lifestyles and community that will be lost if the camp is closed.
- Fairfax Video, May 2013 (5)
- A video of a helicopter using a monsoon bucket to wash loose debris off a cliff in Redcliffs. The debris is from an earthquake-damaged building on the edge of the cliff which has had to be urgently demolished after wet weather and aftershocks made it unstable. The video also includes an interview with Brenden Winder, Red Zone Cordon and Access Manager at CERA, about the removal of the debris and the need to check other properties.
- Fairfax Video, May 2013 (6)
- A video of Principal Richard Patton announcing to staff and students that Chisnallwood Intermediate is to remain open. Chisnallwood is one of thirteen schools which the Ministry of Education planned to close after the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
- Fairfax Video, May 2013 (7)
- A video about the Ministry of Education's decision to close Avondale Primary School. The video includes interviews with Principal Mark Scown and Julie Begg, the parent of a student at the school.
- Fairfax Video, May 2013 (8)
- A video of a protest against the merging of Phillipstown and Woolston Schools. Staff and students from Phillipstown School lead a march down Ferry Road to highlight the dangers children will face walking to school if Phillipstown is closed. The video also includes interviews with Phillipstown Principal Tony Simpson and Christchurch City Councillors Peter Beck and Makere Hubbard, about the protest and the merger.
- Fairfax Video, May 2013 (9)
- A video of Principal Tony Simpson announcing to staff and parents at Phillipstown School that the Ministry of Education has decided to merge the school with Woolston School. The video also includes an interview with Tony Simpson about the merger, and his hopes for education in Christchurch in the future.
- Fairfax Video, May 2013 (10)
- A video about the removal of 'Rocky', a 15-tonne boulder which tore through a house in Heathcote during the 22 February 2011 earthquake. The video includes an interview with Jan Kupec, Chief Geotechnical Engineer at CERA, about the dimensions and path of the boulder. It also includes interviews with James McKenzie, the manager at the Mt Hutt Ski Area who purchased the rock, and Phil Johnson, the owner of the Heathcote property who put the rock on sale.
- Fairfax Video, May 2013 (11)
- A video of an interview with Chris Bartholomeusz, Construction Manager at Downer Construction, about the work the team has been doing to stabilise a former quarry on Gleaning Spur. More than 12,000 cubic metres of soil have been removed from the hillside in order to remove a risk of a landslide hitting the houses below.