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They needed help? Worse: from a brownie? :icon_twisted:
Could be. But this is all the usual sabre-rattling
stuff of huffing & puffing at symptoms, rather
than seek out and deal with causes.
RVs, GVs, CVs - whatever, are computer-
generated guesswork, so don't put any
faith in them, at all.
The rules have changed. I.e. FTT no longer means fixed term and
the LL must now give notice if the tenancy is to be discontinued.
(See 2 (b) below)
And that's without considering what flyer...
All those in favour of democracy, please say aye.
Those against, please say nay.
As they were leaving the room, many councillors
were heard to chant in unison:
There is no requirement to be at any physical place for a gift to be defined as koha.
Next: get rid of those cultural claptrap
reports and reduce costs even further.
New Zealand could be heading for a moderate recession in the next two
years, according to BNZ's head of research. Speaking at a Rural
Seminar Update in Hamilton, Stephen Toplis said economic...
The one interview question I always lie about
25 November 2014
So you're not a capitalist, then?
Well, it's only one year later,
but how are the predictions
Kiwibank Pauses On Low Deposit Lending
24 November 2014
Migration Boom Continues
November 24 2014
One literal, one figurative.
Be that as it may, Damap, does it go any way to explaining the statement in question?
By-the-by, anyone noticed a drop in dairy prices in NZ? After all, when export prices are
high, we're told...
I suspect one has to consider the CPI 'basket'
that the Stats people use. If one increases just
a few items that are in said basket, and those
items give the gummint the best revenue boost,
Could be. Maybe I mis-read the thread title?
Predictions for 2015? Or made in 2015?
Nah - they'd be likely to tape
something over the sensor.
Ranks right up there with tenants showering in the dark,
because an extractor fan is wired in to the lighting circuit.
Less that 10% of the predictions
in this thread will eventuate. :icon_twisted:
Well, Mrs Perry has another idea. Maybe Blenglish didn't really
mean inflation - widely & generally, as a noun? Maybe he meant
price increases were not as expected? Because a price increase
And inflation is implicated in
those things, how, exactly?
I wonder if you are confusing internal debt with o'seas indebtedness?
And that's gov't internal versus external debt, excluding private debt.
As I see it, blenglish is talking about what the gummint earns
in taxes and excise, etc., and what it spends on whatever. So
I see that as a very short cycle - one that is not materially