Megan Handyside Interview

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Megan Handyside lives on a farm at Conway Flats with her husband and four children, and her parents-in-law and sister-in-law down the road. Their 650ha farm is mainly sheep and beef and they also have a tourism walking business called the Kaikoura Coast Track.  Megan is employed by Connect Hurunui Inc as a Community Connector.  In her interview she describes how the quake was experienced in the Conway Flats area, and talks about the ongoing impact on the coastal areas, and the Cheviot community.

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