Roger Sutton to field readers' questions

Last updated 15:21 11/02/2013

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A key figure in the rebuilding of Christchurch will answer readers' questions live on press.co.nz tomorrow, 10 days before the second anniversary of the February earthquake.

Press readers are invited to submit questions for Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority chief executive Roger Sutton to answer in a Live Chat on press.co.nz.

Sutton will be in the hot seat from noon.

Submit your questions from now in our Live Chat box here.

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