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There's been renewed support today for quake affected areas as the government announced a wave of new initiatives, including $700,000 to help restore Kaikoura's tourism industry.
The tourism industry is worth in excess of $120m to the Kaikoura region, so the government is confident the investment will be a worthwhile one.
Also winning big in the announcement was healthcare, with residents of Kaikoura, Hurunui, and Marlborough getting an extra $250,000 for free quake-related GP visits.
Another $250,000 will be spent to strengthen mental health services in the affected regions.
QV has been offering buyers statistics on the racial makeup of an area for some time and NZME's new property website OneRoof, launched last year, has followed suit.