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Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by The Wheel, Nov 27, 2012.
I am moving soon - hope the picture uploads
Mate there is already a thread created on this. Do you read before you post??? Two threads on the same topic is So annoying!!!
Can the mods ban him please?
Bit harsh Napper!!
Surely you dont think im serious. [hr] And yes...if it were anywhere other than Christchurch i'd like to live in those streets.
That area is completely stuffed I think, very few will be living there !
That's ****ed up. Whats the rough estimate on people unable to live in their homes in the whole city? Massive amount?
I'm blaming the new NRL CEO!
There is a matai street in Te Anu on the South Island renowned black spot for head on collisions
Mate it is massive !! The population of the city has dropped from 400,000 to around 320,000 the last I heard The east side of town in the worst which is where this place is. I'm more central but the area where I am living, 80% of it is being bulldozed
On the upside, if you opened a building materials recycling depot before the quakes struck you'd make a fortune.
Guess you are a bit tired of living in lush lane wheel
I work at a place that supplies painting and decorating accessories, some of our stuff flies our the door now. Sold over $100,000 worth of carpet protector last month locally
maybe thats what we need to get the economy going, earthquakes each year in a capitol, rotating of course
I have the misfortune of working in campsie this morning. It's shocking, and they can't use an earthquake as an excuse. No bulldogs pride on display at all. This is dog territory right?
KE - has there been a decision made on the fate of Lancaster Park?
An insurance company has said they could repair it for around 140mil but the government department have already put a red line through it so doesnt look like sport will be played there again. There are plans for a new covered 35,000 seat stadium in the rebuild plan that got released Personally I'd love to see Lancaster Park back to its original use, as a cricket ground, but that won't happen because Canterbury Cricket are hellbent on turning my clubs home ground into an international stadium