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How would you ascertain how much (if any) was attributable to the consent?
To strip the paint try one of these
On the good side of town.
I believe the NorthEast OK but who's going to rent it?
There's a map of where the expressway goes here
Painting is easy - prep is hard!
Prep is where most of the labour cost will be.
$10k really doesn't sound too bad.
By the time they reclaim right across the harbour they will be able to built another road rather than tunnel or bridge.
Hang on, that makes ships pretty useless.
Maybe just reclaim to the point...
My bold - not true.
The partner gets half if the inheritance is brought into the relationship property.
If you left say $100k and they put that into a seperate bank account in their name and the...
All water through the dam now.
I am richer because of it and NZ Inc is poorer.
More's the pity.
Obviously a different experiance to my 37 years (and counting) in NZPO (state), TCNZ (SOE), TNZ (private), Spark (private).
No nastiness in Christchurch, no frog marching.
If a company is...
I would have thought that Ideal build more homes than Versatile (who are better known for garages).
Small jobs like this are a pain for the tradie.
As Leftette suggests, many visits and a lot of mucking around.
I think the Govt is less likely to sell a lemon - they sell good stuff.
You need to seperate the Post Office from the next step - Telecom the SOE - then Telecom the private company.
As an SOE...
Telecom was private then and made a very good sale. They knew the Yellow pages had done their dash.
As for the meat companies - employment laws and relations have changed across the board, not...
For a start they didn't have a mandate.
Elections are fought across a number of issues - not just one - so to say a win gives you a mandate for all you mentioned during the campaign is just silly....
I hope they didn't study for too long.
Sounds like an old NZ article
BK - possible.
At 0.625% interest rate I don't see what stops people buying heaps?
Imagine, 6% in NZ causes a flurry (a stampede really), just what would happen at 0.625%?
The mind boggles.
This was an interesting perspective
Not surprised - servicing the loan doesn't cost anything!
They are smart - very smart.
They have quite a fuel efficient fleet but now that the fuel cost has come down other airlines are profitable also - even the US ones.
Fares will come down - good for...
At least this sell down was done on the existing market.
Any change in share value has been due to AirNZ performance rather than the Govt selling too cheap to 'make a mark'.
Though AirNZ may get...
At 0.625% how do they measure serviceability? Basically you don't pay anything so could afford to borrow moon beams.
Are these IO or P&I?
If P&I I suppose that would define your ability to repay?
Rototua, Taupo, Ruapehu all closer to Hamilton.
World famous Raglan left hand break.
Bugger all traffic and cheaper houses.
And if you must visit Auckland for something it is just up the road....
You pay their GST because they want you to!
It just means you pay the auction price +15%
This is residential right?
If so then, even if you are GST registered, you can't claim the GST as...
Aliexpress is great!
Get very close fakes (produced in the same factory after hours) for a great price.
depends on if it is worth $300k in its current condition!