Topics covered in this issue of SCIRT e-news:
Christchurch City Council will next week consider a Draft Annual Plan and call on the public to give feedback on the proposed budget for the year ahead.
EQC’s total payments made to customers from the earthquakes in Canterbury have topped the $3 billion mark, making it one of the costliest natural disasters in history.
Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee says the residents of 401 properties in Southshore West will need to wait a little longer before a decision can be made on the viability of rebuilding on their land.
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Christchurch City Council has today given approval for earthquake repairs and strengthening to go ahead at two key historic community facilities in the city’s eastern suburbs.
The Earthquake Commission has released the review report into its 2012 Field Staff Recruitment Processes, EQC board chairman Michael Wintringham announced today.
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