This category lists sites related to the earthquake that struck Christchurch and Lyttelton, Canterbury Region, New Zealand on 22 February 2011 local time.

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Beehive.govt.nz: Canterbury Earthquakes Recovery
New Zealand government source with videos, news, articles, and public announcements.
Beehive.govt.nz: Earthquake Recovery
Newsfeed provided by the New Zealand government. [RSS]
Canterbury Earthquake Feed
Latest news and reports from government sources. [RSS]
Christchurch Earthquake Appeal
New Zealand government site accepting donations to help the victims of the earthquake.
Christchurch Quake Map
Time-lapse visualisation of the earthquake and aftershocks in Christchurch and Canterbury, New Zealand starting with the earlier quake in 2010.
Christchurch Recovery Map
Ushahidi crowdmap produced by volunteers that reports and maps news, reports and updates in Christchurch.
GNS Science: February 22nd Earthquake in Christchurch
Features video interviews, news, and the science behind the earthquake.
New Zealand Herald: Christchurch Earthquake
Features public information, feature articles, maps, breaking news, videos, photographs, and personal stories.
New Zealand Herald: Christchurch Earthquake Feed
Feature stories and headline news from the newspaper. [RSS]
New Zealand Police: Christchurch Earthquake Feed
Latest press releases and public information. [RSS]
Radio New Zealand News: Canterbury Earthquake
Presents headline news, public information, and feature stories.
Stuff.co.nz : Christchurch Earthquake Feed
Feature stories and breaking news. [RSS]
Stuff.co.nz: Christchurch Earthquake
Includes information on victims, news, features, recovery map, videos, photographs, and twitter feeds.
Wikipedia: 2011 Christchurch Earthquake
Encyclopedia article describing the geophysics of the quake, casualties, damage, and emeregency response.
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