Last night’s episode of Mitre 10 Dream Home was chock-a-block with tools, tears and tantrums while the contestants faced disaster after disaster setting up their lounges.
It’s been a whole Olympiad since we last saw Mitre 10 Dream Home or Simon Barnett on our screens. But while the latter no longer has Stars in His Eyes, he’s excited about fronting a new version of the perennially popular home renovation competition, especially as it has been set in his home province of Canterbury (Kaiapoi’s new Sovereign Palms subdivision, to be exact).
Filming for a mini-series on Christchurch’s quakes has finally come to an end.
Since the earthquakes first struck Christchurch on September 4, 2010, our musicians have not only been rebuilding their lives, homes and rehearsal spaces, but they have sought to express themselves in many ways and, with a shortage of venues, in various creative places.
Septiani Lenianingsih stands off to the side, away from the crowds that have gathered to watch the backhoe at work. The land the machine is plowing through was once the village of Malalak, but it’s now a mass grave.
With little hope of finding additional survivors, authorities Monday began clearing the rubble left by a pair of devastating earthquakes that rocked Indonesia last week. The death toll from a pair of devastating earthquakes that struck Indonesia last week climbed to 608 on Monday, the government said
Hundreds remained missing Sunday beneath mud and debris in Indonesian villages from a pair of devastating earthquakes that struck the country at its center.
An area that now looks like a flattened mess of destruction was, just days ago, a group of three villages. Officials believe 90 percent of the residents — as many as a few hundred people — were buried, just one piece of the devastation from two large earthquakes that struck Indonesia in as many days