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The Project Is New Zealand Prepared For The Next Big Earthquake?
The Project Is New Zealand Prepared For The Next Big Earthquake?
You're watching The Project Is New Zealand Prepared For The Next Big Earthquake? Our Kiwi neighbours are sitting on a ticking time bomb... staring down the possibility of a huge earthquake in the next few years, which could be more destructive than any other in modern history.

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Is New Zealand Prepared For The Next Big Earthquake?

Tue 05 Feb 2019 in 2 weeks

Our Kiwi neighbours are sitting on a ticking time bomb... staring down the possibility of a huge earthquake in the next few years, which could be more destructive than any other in modern history.

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