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Scoop News: Full Coverage of the 21 July 2013 Earthquake

Carry On: Wellington To Re-Open For Business

New Zealand’s capital city will be open for business tomorrow after a 6.5 magnitude earthquake hit the Cook Strait, while scientists say there’s a one-in-five chance of a similar-size temblor this week... More>>

Audio: Wellington Mayor's Earthquake Briefing
Scoop editor Alastair Thompson went along to Wellington Mayor Wade-Brown's earthquake briefing this morning in Wellington... More>>

Photos: Wellington CBD
Some pictures of damage to buildings in downtown Wellington
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Video: Earthquake Press Conference - PM Key & Mayor Wade-Brown

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Friday's Quake Friday Morning’s Earthquake Followed By Fire At VUW

Friday morning’s earthquake was followed by a gas fire at Victoria University... The quake – at 9.07am – was felt throughout the Wellington CBD, including in the Scoop office where it was described as a “pretty decent shake.” More>>

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Gordon Campbell: On Our History Of Selling Out The Kurds

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Gordon Campbell: On The Reactionary Politics Of Fear

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