Christchurch residents demand independent advocacy commission
Frustrated Christchurch residents have called for the setting-up of an independent advocacy commission in New Zealand to address what they perceive to be government and insurer mishandling of the city’s recovery and rebuild in the wake of the past year’s devastating earthquakes.
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