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Post Emergency Cabinet Presser - Christchurch Earthquake

Post Emergency Cabinet Presser - Christchurch Earthquake Response

Scoop Audio + Photos: Press conference held after emergency cabinet meeting in response to Christchurch earthquake - Tuesday, 22 February 2011


By Alastair Thompson


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Left to right: Civil Defence's John Hamilton, Civil Defence Minister John Carter & Deputy Prime Minister Bill English at today's post cabinet press conference See more images below

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  • Scoop Audio (27 Minutes): Audio on demand of Deputy Prime Minister Bill English & Civil Defence Minister John Carter's press conference held today following an emergency cabinet meeting. The ministers were unable to answer most questions posed by the media in relation to details about those trapped and or killed in the quake.

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  • Scoop Image:More images from today's press conference.


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Civil Defence Minister John Carter and Deputy PM Bill English



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Civil Defence Minister John Carter

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