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Selwyn Manning & Catherine Zengerer – Quake Update (Wed)

Radio Adelaide: Selwyn Manning & Catherine Zengerer – Quake Update (Wednesday)

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    Christchurch Earthquake Update: Scoop's Selwyn Manning and Radio Adelaide's Catherine Zengerer update with the latest information on the Christchurch earthquake, rescue and recovery efforts.





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