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Scoop and R2.co.nz Live From Wellington - WREMO Quake Press Conference Video

Scoop and R2.co.nz Live From Wellington - WREMO Quake Press Conference Video

On 22 July press conferences were held at WREMO (Wellington Regional Emergency Management Office)at 9am and 3pm and streamed.

Another press conference has been scheduled for 9am on 23rd July which Scoop and R2.co.nz also intend to stream live if possible on this page.

Please tweet any issues with the stream to @scoopnz @althecat & @R2RJN or text 021 707044.

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