Sunday 5 September 2010, with Geoff Robinson
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8:07 AM. Aftershocks have continued to shake Canterbury overnight following Saturday morning's brutal 7.1 earthquake.
8:12 AM. We spoke to Christchurch Mayor Bob Parker.
8:15 AM. An overnight curfew in downtown Christchurch has just been lifted.
8:18 AM. 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
8:24 AM. Some of those made homeless by the earthquake have been sheltering at three welfare centres overnight.
8:27 AM. The Prime Minister, John Key, flew to Christchurch on an Airforce Hercules yesterday afternoon.
8:31 AM. Locals are stunned after a plane crash killed nine people in Fox Glacier yesterday afternoon.
8:36 AM. 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.
8:37 AM. Fox Glacier resident Kirsty Sullivan witnessed the crash.
8:40 AM. Three people who were injured during the quake are still in hospital, one in the intensive care unit.
8:43 AM. A curfew on the entire town of Kaiapoi has also just been lifted.
8:45 AM. 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.
8:49 AM. At least one hundred thousand insurance claims are expected as a result of yesterday's early-morning quake.
8:51 AM. While power has been restored for most people, many are still without water and there are still serious worries about the wastewater system.
8:57 AM. Army troops remain on standby this morning, ready to assist with security and emergency recovery work.
8:59 AM. Christchurch reporter Monique Devereux gives us the latest updates.
9:55 AM. Businesses in Christchurch are starting the huge task of cleaning up today.