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  •   Home > News > Environment

    The 13th anniversary of Christchurch's 2011 Earthquake marks a new horizon for the city

    The 13th anniversary of Christchurch's 2011 Earthquake marks a new horizon for the city



    Much of the CBD has new buildings - and projects like Te Kaha Stadium and the Parakiore Recreation and Sport Centre are well under way.

    Mayor Phil Mauger says Christchurch has finally shed its 'unsafe' image.

    He says it's no longer the damaged city - and has come of age.

    A small civic memorial's being held at 12.45pm, to remember the 185 victims.

    © 2024 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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