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Aftershocks have continued to shake Canterbury overnight following Saturday morning's brutal 7.1 earthquake. (4′04″)
We spoke to Christchurch Mayor Bob Parker. (4′41″)
An overnight curfew in downtown Christchurch has just been lifted. (1′36″)
More than a hundred and fifty police were stationed around Christchurch overnight to enforce the seven o'clock curfew and keep people out of dangerous areas.y (2′12″)
Some of those made homeless by the earthquake have been sheltering at three welfare centres overnight. (2′43″)
The Prime Minister, John Key, flew to Christchurch on an Airforce Hercules yesterday afternoon. (2′48″)
Locals are stunned after a plane crash killed nine people in Fox Glacier yesterday afternoon. (2′20″)
Dozens of smaller earthquakes have kept many people in Canterbury on edge since the 7.1 magnitude quake in the early hours of yesterday morning. (3′22″)
Fox Glacier resident Kirsty Sullivan witnessed the crash. (2′15″)
Three people who were injured during the quake are still in hospital, one in the intensive care unit. (3′22″)
A curfew on the entire town of Kaiapoi has also just been lifted. (2′19″)
Dairy farmers in remoter areas of Canterbury who remain without mains power and water say they haven't had a second to spare to count the cost of the damage. (2′47″)
At least one hundred thousand insurance claims are expected as a result of yesterday's early-morning quake. (2′29″)
While power has been restored for most people, many are still without water and there are still serious worries about the wastewater system. (3′17″)
Army troops remain on standby this morning, ready to assist with security and emergency recovery work. (1′54″)
Christchurch reporter Monique Devereux gives us the latest updates. (1′33″)
Businesses in Christchurch are starting the huge task of cleaning up today. (2′25″)
Edited by Martin Gibson
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