In 2003, 35 years after the Īnangahua earthquake, a house was built at Whitecliffs, close to the rock avalanche that destroyed the Jacksons’ house. The large limestone boulders on the hillside are clear evidence that this is a hazardous site.
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Photograph by Simon Nathan
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