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I knew of the cargo cult one, but had the idea
that a so-called fuel surcharge was being used
to add to the real cost of a fare advertised in
a way that did not make clear that was not the
Didn't so-called fuel surcharges get some
adverse reaction from the NZ CommComm
so the practice ceased in NZ?
It's hard keeping up with, never mind following the examples
of the cloud cuckoos, but I do what I can, when I can . . . .
Christchurch Faces Glut Of Office Space
24 January 2015...
Jeeeeees, Davo - get with it, will you?! The cloud cuckoo
land planners will ban all private cars to make room, silly.
Big Yawn - nuvver econo-mist a bit fogged.
From Jan 2011
Homeowners Warned On Interest Rates
He's at it again, folks!
Investors Driving Auckland Property Market
22 Jan 2015
Easy. Because they didn't have TV back then. Of course, I don't. Any more
than you can know they were not recording the truth of their lives.
It's hard to see how Sir Apirana would want or need...
Unless one was there, at the time,
all recorded history is history. And,
in many cases, (as you observe):
it was handed-down hearsay.
Those whispers against historians
and writers who lived...
You did not say how a tribe that was not a party
to a treaty could make a claim (or receive some
settlement) under that treaty.
I don't have any of 'my' versions. I read what
I notice that my question was avoided, being instead sub-
stituted with a strawman logical fallacy response. Perhaps
someone else could try answering?
One must be very careful of the...
Perhaps you could explain just how they got
a Treaty settlement when they didn't sign it,
then? I could never figure that out.
COSTLY JOB: The cost of building a home in Canterbury, excluding land purchase, rose 6.3 per cent in
the year to December 2014, compared to...
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to exchange any contact details.
Those who make the decisions (or not).
Or those who 'wear' the consequences?
Too true. I've had only one GST audit and the
only error found was a minor one that was of
no real moment. More like an observation in
passing. It was a depreciation book-entry-mis-
FTT are a joke (easy to break) for tenants;
nothing like as easy for LLs, of course.
That's like saying you should have a separate home for your home office claim!
Completely agree on the administrative side of things, much easier. But it'll cost
you a lot more than is necessary....
I think they were looking more closely at GST-related property transactions for a while.
I vaguely recall it was after more than a few erroneous claims were made known.
Was / is the GST-refund-getting business property-related?
Close, but . . . .
T'was actually fourpence for a pint of milk
fourpence for half a loaf and seven pence
ha'penny for a full loaf. And the milk came
in re-used glass bottles, delivered...
At just what currency
Better to have a "work vehicle"
and a personal one. Much easier
to manage, administratively.
Whether or not, modern town planners promote modern town planning ideology as part
of their theoretical, we-know-best-what-you-want-or-need core, control-freak psyche.
Or so David tells us,...
I have un-consented and/or non-CCC building work covered by insurance.
Supposedly! But I did use a broker and the terms of acceptance of those
things were not unreasonable, I thought.
$100k might not go very far, these days, eh?
Perhaps some inflation adjustment is needed?