Preparing for the long haul in Canterbury

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1st July, 2011
Following the September and January earthquakes in Canterbury, a constant refrain from all over the country was “What can I do to help? How can I contribute to the recovery?” No one should stop asking that question, but all taxpayers can rest assured they will be contributing. They have no choice. The disaster – or series of disasters – is of such magnitude that even now, about 10 months after the first quake struck, the full permutations are still unfolding. The greatest loss will always be to those whose family members died. No other loss is comparable. But the insurance problems ...

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