4 Years on, Why are things in a mess in Christchurch
4 Years on, Why are things in a mess in
Today marks four years from the 7.1
earthquake. Our houses are broken, our future is uncertain.
We are in captivity in broken houses. We hope this
information is of use for the people in this situation and
explains in more detail how the authorities have structured
Here attached find our first newsletter
for the residents of Christchurch which explains why
residents have to fight so hard for their rights.
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On The National Leadership “Contest”
Key’s endorsement of English has turned this “contest” into a race for second place.
This succession was well planned. Lets not forget that English was told by Key in September of his intention to resign, and English was the only member of Cabinet entrusted with that information before it was sprung on everyone else on Monday morning. More>>
Latest: Judith Collins and Jonathan Coleman have withdrawn from the leadership race, leaving Bill English the only candidate to replace John Key as Prime Minister.