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Indeed it is, and it is one of the reasons I travel.
I want ME to meet people from other cultures and see how they live their life different to ME.
The internet, (bless its cotton socks), has made that both easier and therefore difficult.
I travel quite a bit.
What is evident is that many many more people in the world have enough money to do likewise.
As this trend increases, the finite areas of interest around the world become far...
Fiscally conservative ?
Job cuts give council $15m surplus
No, you are not asking someone to sell their car.
You are asking them to sell some investment shares.
Some of which they only bought this very August (LPC)
You are correct Daz, in so much as below ground should have priority over certain CBD "hi viz" projects.
I asked as much in post #67 six months ago.
However, if that Govt funding is now...
At least the council staff will be able to approach this problem with a re-newed zest for life, following a vigorous workout in their new corporate wellness centre.
They (CCHL) had no trouble paying a premium to Port Otago for their shares in Lyttelton Port just very recently.
You need to treat the data with a suitable amount of caution.
If it is merely based on median sale prices, it takes no account of renovation.
IE: Buy for 300k, do 70k reno, sell for...
About time !
Dalziel looking at asset sales for rebuild
Apparently it is a double whammy for the Russian economy.
Not only a large revenue drop, but local consumers are actually paying more at the pump due to the plunge in the value of the ruble.
Rising tide | Stuff.co.nz
Flood Damage and Insurance Claims | ICNZ
Ahhh....No, not necessarily.
In most cases they are covered.
^ You could probably add insurance companies following a major natural disaster to that list.
He's right about this bit:
I am hoping the plummeting oil price lasts a few years.
1: Households here can reduce their fuel costs;
2: Increased budget pressure inside Russia;
3: Discourages offshore deep sea exploration...
The Kiwi bach is a sinking ship and taxpayers should not pay to bail you out says the Morgan Foundation's Geoff Simmons
I enjoy your posts eri.
You are one of my favourites.
oh, by the way :
I think there should be restrictions and regulations regarding non-resident foreigners buying residential property in...
Houses of scandal and shame
There you go, off on extremes again.
I'm actually surprised we didn't get another North Korea rant thrown in there.
Although, I guess
does actually tick that box.
Thank you for once again...
Including many in far flung off shore lands.
Including to those in far flung off shore lands.
I wonder if they benefited by buying into any of the recent State sell-off of power companies.
Probably envious of those returns as well.
Can't be having bloated staff now, can we.
Wellbeing Instructors and Massage Therapists
I was going to suggest they could use one of the nearby parks or pools;...
Lack of interest in education about shares, and how to value a company, and read their reports. (still believe it's the same as 1987)
Dunno why re online call versus TDs.