Hi-Viz Ep. 3: Take me to the river

Hi-Viz is a fun-filled, factual, six part series about the Canterbury rebuild - for kids, by kids. Featuring hard-hitting interviews with the movers and shakers of post-earthquake Christchurch, Hi-Viz explains what happened, what's going on right now and what the future has in store. Episode 3 investigates the importance of Ōtākaro (the Avon river) to the city of Christchurch, why is it so relevant and what work is involved in its revitalisation.

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