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Quake shaken Kaikoura route still trying for tourism The reopening of SH1 between Kaikoura and Blenheim still presents challenges. Stuff
Video: Kaikoura tourism operator optimistic on earthquake anniversary – ‘We’re bouncing back’ Glenn Ormsby from Destination Kaikoura is looking forward to the re-opening of quake-ravaged SH1. TVNZ
Quiet months not far off normal for Kaikōura accommodation providers Accommodation numbers in the Kaikōura region have recovered to near pre-quake levels over the traditionally quieter months. Stuff
‘A tough year’ since Kaikōura quake – mayor Kaikōura harbour is being re-opened, one year after the 7.8-magnitude quake lifted the seabed in and around the harbour more than a metre. Radio NZ
Kaikōura: How a tourist town survived without its tourists When the seabed lifted during the earthquake some businesses ground to a halt. Stuff
Marina opening end to Herculean task but still work to do A week out from the official opening of South Bay Marina there’s still a lot of work to do. Stuff
Kaikōura MP Stuart Smith’s ‘educated guess’ on SH1 proves right The date for the reopening of State Highway 1 north of Kaikōura came as no surprise to the electorate’s MP Stuart Smith. Stuff
Kaikoura tourism bounces back Repairs to the harbour are almost complete, giving operators hope for a busy summer season. TVNZ
March 2017
SH1 south of Kaikōura to close for eight days State Highway 1 south of Kaikōura will close for eight days from Sunday so contractors can reinforce areas at risk of slips. Radio NZ
Kaikoura guest nights down 80% in December The number of people staying in Kaikoura plummeted by 80% after the devastating earthquake in November. The NZ Herald[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]