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    Stuff of Nightmares

    Although good advice, the RTA is one of the most incomprehensible and indigestible pieces of legislation on the NZ statute books. Seems almost specifically designed to turn people's brains to mush.
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    Hear Ye, Hear Ye

    No, Bob - surely not?! You can't be suggesting that the council and its functionaries are being ever-so-slightly duplicitous, now, are you?

    Wonder if the council is helping finance the project? As...
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    Sticky: Brace for Impact

    Ready, steady . . . .
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    "Broken" is like that worm expression the W'gton...

    "Broken" is like that worm expression the W'gton woodenheads used to rely on.

    "That's an issue that'll have to be addressed."

    Nary a hint of where, when, by whom or who pays.

    Peter's right,...
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    Poll: Ministry of Spendthrift Dilettantes (MSD)

    A fascinating if (brain-dead media) obscured insight into the largely-hidden-from-taxpayers costs of residential-rental engineering by the current crop of socio-commie clowns in the W'gton drone...
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    Poll: No! No! It Can't Be So!!

    Rents up again as limited stock puts pressure on [tenants]
    15 Jan 2020


    Recall Dhil Twitford and the "not going to happen" mumblings of an incoherent, fantasyland (10,000...
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    Six Months Later

    New Zealand at risk of a house price crash: Bloomberg
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    Hedonics Again?

    [/QUOTE]
    Did the shares crash?

    As for tools, should we abandon other measuring tools such as meters, centimetres and millimetres, too? They'd be well over 70 years old, wouldn't they?
  9. Thread: Lawn care advise

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    There are so many aspects to a reasonably...

    There are so many aspects to a reasonably comprehensive answer.

    Are the 'patches' you mention the lawn? Or where there is no lawn?

    Do you know the soil pH? Have you had a soil test? (You may...
  10. Mossies won't breed in running water, so...

    Mossies won't breed in running water, so somewhere there has to be some still (stagnant) water.

    Find such sources and empty them to ameliorate the problem. Not so easy if it's next door, of course.
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    Here we are, folks, three years on and . . .

    Here we are, folks, three years on and . . .
  12. Thread: Advise

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    Get a good dehumidifier; put it in the bathroom;...

    Get a good dehumidifier; put it in the bathroom; close the bathroom 'tight;' and run the dehumidifier on maximum / continuous for at least a week.

    You may be shocked at how many times you need to...
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    Plenty of Gems & Beware of Hedonism

    [/QUOTE][/QUOTE]A lot of gold nuggets in the responses. I've referenced three, but the last one (Charlotte's) is probably the most pointedly succinct.

    My late wife worked with the elderly, when...
  14. What do you know (and can tell us) about their...

    What do you know (and can tell us) about their cost-effectiveness and success ratio, David?
  15. Damn those nasty, thoughtless, ill-feeling...

    Damn those nasty, thoughtless, ill-feeling rapacious LLs.
  16. From what I can tell: hell no! The matter gets...

    From what I can tell: hell no!

    The matter gets referred to the wet bus tickets prescription dispensary for tenants.

    Aka the pro-tenant, pro-socialism Tenancy Tribunal Kangaroo Kourt.

    Wonder...
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    Poll: Landlady trying to save for retirement says...

    Landlady trying to save for retirement says investors have it hard too
    9 Jan 2020
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    Mine? Yours? Ours? Theirs?

    Quite an oddity, this one:
  19. Point to Ponder: When is Dishonesty & Fraud a Crime and When Not?

    Auckland tenant 'forged landlord's signature' to snag full bond
    8 Jan 2020


    "Allegedly" but still ordered to pay it back by the wet bus ticket dispenser?

    You what?

    Have a look at the media...
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    Just a Scenario - Not Going to Happen - Dhil Twitford

    Warning 2020 may be a tough year in rental market
    7 Jan 2020
  21. Tut, tut.

    Very provocative reading. Thanks for those links.

    The neo-liberal / socio-commies abroad in NZ would get severe indigestion from this comment:
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    . . . and equally mendacious and devious TT...

    . . . and equally mendacious and devious TT Kangaroo Kourt Klutzes.
  23. Find out what a camping ground site occupation...

    Find out what a camping ground site occupation agreement looks like.

    Electricity supply - hhmmmmm. Not sure about that.

    Ponder the GST implications.
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    Coming Soon

    There's a referendum with the GE on that, is there not?

    Use this and you'll be out of your tree
    You'll forget kiwiskild and vote for me.
  25. What Do You Make of Them?

    A couple of passably interesting filler articles while the fake media people are still mostly on holiday.

    Record-breaking end to 2019 for property market, Realestate.co.nz says
    7 Jan 2020

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