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Tragedy as 6.3 magnitude earthquake hits Christchurch
Just five months after suffering from a major earthquake, Christchurch has been embolied in further earthquake tragedy.
It has been reported that the tremor, which hit at 12.51pm local time, has resulted in fatalities.
Temporary shelters for residents have been set up in the City's Hagley Park.
At this stage, Les Mills has reported that its Christchurch and Ferrymead fitness clubs have been closed while it is understood that Council aquatic, fitness and recreation facilities are all closed.
At the end of January, the Council announced a program of repairs at swimming pools damaged during the September earthquake. The QEII Park's Atlantis leisure pool is currently closed as part of this program.
Readers are asked to check back here for further updates.
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24th January 2011 - EARTHQUAKE REPAIRS SCHEDULED FOR CHRISTCHURCH POOLS
5th September 2010 - HERITAGE AND LEISURE BUILDINGS SUFFER IN CHRISTCHURCH QUAKE
20th November 2009 - REDEVELOPED QEII CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE OPENS
14th April 2009 - DEVELOPMENT PLANS FOR CHRISTCHURCH VENUES
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