WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) - Authorities in New Zealand say the main tasks now are recovering bodies still jammed in the wreckage of broken buildings and to clean up and restore downtown Christchurch.
Officials say there's no more hope of rescues after the earthquake that has killed at least 163 people.
Police Superintendent Sam Hoyle says the search for bodies at one collapsed structure, the Pyne Gould Guinness building, is now over after the final two bodies were pulled from the rubble.
Many people are missing and officials expect the final number of dead to be more than 200.
Body recovery teams are still picking through the rubble of a collapsed office block, the Canterbury Television building, but that operation is also nearing an end there.