This video from New Zealand is called Christchurch Earthquake.
The Government came under pressure last night from farmers unhappy that earthquake damage to their farms is not covered by insurance: here.
New Zealand’s second biggest nonbank finance company, South Canterbury Finance, went into receivership last month, prompting the country’s costliest publicly-funded bailout: here.
Over the past week, an estimated 300 aftershocks up to magnitude 5.4 have shaken Christchurch, causing ongoing anxiety and further dislocation: here.
While the dust settles and Christchurch recovers from the 7.1 earthquake, people have begun to pick up the pieces and get on with their lives. But for many working class people this is not so easy: here.
Geologists have warned that the powerful earthquake that smashed buildings, cracked roads and twisted railway lines around the New Zealand city of Christchurch had also ripped a new 11-foot-wide fault line in the Earth’s surface: here.
Rumsfeld’s classic moves to geology: New Zealand quake was ‘known unknown’: here.