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Public Address: Christchurch: The personal and the political

Public Address 30 April 2014 - Christchurch: The personal and the political

The secret Christchurch conversation … about leaving
10:08 Apr 30, 2014 in Speaker by Greg Jackson
One flood ago now, a group of we dog walkers had a shifty chat down in Hansen’s Park. It’s a lovely Christchurch riverside park that doubles as an epicentre for quakes, the last a magnitude four about ten days back.…
http://publicaddress.net/speaker/the-secret-christchurch-conversation-about/

Just Like Unicorns
9:40 Apr 30, 2014 in Up Front by Emma Hart
For those of you who aren’t obsessive about every detail of my life, I work and write at a co-operative writing site. We make stories together in a way that’s more about the joy (and frustration) of the process than…
http://publicaddress.net/up-front/just-like-unicorns/

Facing the floods
8:33 Apr 30, 2014 in Speaker by James Dann
As you will be well aware if you live in Christchurch and have tried to leave the house within the last 24 hours, we are in the midst of our third serious flooding incident this year. The natural risk for…
http://publicaddress.net/speaker/facing-the-floods/

Still Life in Mobile Homes
About 18 hours ago in Capture by Jackson Perry
Still life photography. With a long weekend, and feeling the need for inspiration, I embarked on a mission to try my hand at still life photography. The photographing of inanimate objects has a long tradition, and while it perhaps borrows…
http://publicaddress.net/capture/still-life-in-mobile-homes/

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