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Snapshot of the Week, to 15 December 2002

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Auckland City consent activity: Commissioners for 24-person Waiheke visitor facility

277 gets non-notified hearing for next stage

Westfield gets consent for Downtown rebranding signs

Auction: 16 sales at Bayleys’ Auckland Total Property auction

Local business: More submission time on aquaculture proposals

Tauranga wins European shipping service

Investors swamp ASB issue

Trade deficit $696 million

Retail sales rise 8.6% over year ago

Act says NZ financial structure unsustainable

Local property: Henderson seeks formal Princes Wharf access restrictions

Newmarket: 277 gets non-notified hearing for next stage

Northland: Scenic Circle buys Paihia’s Park Lodge

North Shore: Commercial values slow as everything else moves on Shore

North Shore snapshot Infill review

Albany Centre draft vision endorsed in principle

Shore economic strategy

Commissioners confirm special purpose 7 zone round Bayswater marina

Papakura snapshot: Ardmore Aerodrome Village Way

Revised Hingaia structure plan adopted

Papakura central area plan change notification

Queenstown: Outrigger signs to manage Queenstown Beacon

Rodney consent activity: Marae & model village for Te Hana

Spite strip compromise opens way for abuse

Scams: 3rd prime bank scheme company faces liquidation

Statistics: Hotel occupancy shoots up in October

Syndicates: Merger completion reweights Urbus portfolio to industrial, retail, Auckland

U 5 Ede companies in receivership & 1 faces liquidation

Liquidator at Jones’ Martino Holdings & Standard Investments

Inspiration Furniture settles

De Lautour closes Leda Construction

Doubt about Accure’s liquidation decision

Dallas Construction gets adjournment to dispute liquidation call

Stuart Jackson closes Jackson Construction ahead of bank call

Jackson’s Budget Homes survives with Bridgecorp refinancing

Claxton Homes settles

Andersen’s Catrona gets February adjournment

SP Publishing gets February adjournment

RW Peters Contractors wound up

SK Tau Builders wound up

Leftfield Sports Café wound up

Eaglehawk wound up

Paisley Painting heads for settlement

J&T Contractors settles

Affordable Commercial Rentals gets summer break

Club Havana wound up

McGall Plumbing settles

Regulator seeks liquidation for Pokere’s prime bank instrument company

Timeshare liquidator seeks related-company liquidation

Venture Homes folds ahead of court call

Austin closes 2 Birchwood companies

End of line for Makerite

ADP Industries wound up

IR seeks liquidation for DRI, National
Alarms, Coastal Landscaping

Elena Trout to run rail project

Phillip Joe joins Cadmus board

Kirby to run eastern corridor project

Humphries to Bayleys corporate liaison role

Wellington: 9 sales in Wellington Total Property offering

World business Big Burger King franchisee bust

World property: Leighton buying Transfield Construction & Walter

Forest City bumps up 3rd quarter earnings

Man on the move gets top Lend Lease job

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Snapshot of the Week, to 3 November 2002

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Auckland City consent activity Independent commissioner to hear Krukziener’s UnionQuay application

New shops to front Onehunga Workingmen’s Club

Committee authorises ratio breaches on 2 suburban section splits

Submission supports new Halfmoon Bay ferry terminal

Duty commissioners appointed

New Viaduct bar

Britomart: Britomart, pictorially, at halfway

External links: Bayleys’ Viewpoint

Bayleys’ Waterfront

Landlords

Henry Thornton

Urbus Properties

Greenlane: Macquarie Goodman buys Central Park

Local business: ASB to offer preference shares from 11 November

Warning on illegal forest scheme

Prebble view on Armstrong demise worth a read

Documents completed for $60 million technology development fund

Local property: Calan to quit 3 Hamilton facilities

Sand for Kohimarama Beach

Quay St: Independent commissioner to hear Krukziener’s UnionQuay application

propbd Diary – Listeds: Fletcher Building annual meeting

Resource consent process: Duty commissioners appointed

Snapshot on the Shore: Earlier busway stations for Albany, Constellation Drive

U: Nielsens put August Housing into liquidation

Glaister Ennor seeks liquidation for Thomas’ Bongard

New call to wind up Village Interiors

Liquidation of Atomic Waterblasters held off

Start 209 faces new move to wind it up

Integrated Technologies Group to settle

Edserv holds out against IRD

Akl Construction & Joinery wound up

Murphy Construction settles

Viewfield settles with IRD

IRD gets Stages Plugged In and Stages Interactive wound up

Gordon Construction to settle

MKS wound up

Armstrong Group wound up

Singland off to Malaysia

Stenners restructure

Wickham puts Mangawhai Downs into liquidation

CSM Plastering in voluntary liquidation

BNZ seeks liquidation for McFetridge company

More trouble at Phillips/Ottaway’s cable business

Catrona Enterprises faces liquidation

I2I in liquidation, Infogate may be next in Rattray fold

IRD applies to wind up M Sport

Fetherston’s BMS Consultancy (ex-Risk Management) faces liquidation

Parkbrook in new receivership

Abrahams close Invermay, start Woodhall

Electrical Technologies closes

Receivers at MJ’s Restaurant

McGifford’s Global Food Solutions in liquidation

Move to wind up Yukich Brothers

World business: Qwest writes off goodwill at $US1400/customer
The Knowledge Economy (Sydney version)

World property: US industrial absorption turns positive

Equity Office earnings down, new rents 12.5% lower

Brookfield to split off homebuilding business

Brookfield boosts earnings 13%

Homebuilder Meritage boosts earnings 50%

Schottenstein Homes raises earnings 19%

Mall owner Glimcher’s earnings fall 10.6%

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Snapshot of the Week, to 7 October 2001

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Auckland City consent activity: Hearing for 38-unit Garnet Rd development

Quay Park office reconfiguration accepted

Another Greenlane carwash allowed

McConnell Parnell project forced to hearing

Non-notified hearing for Rubinstein site expansion & apartments

Criminal court: Reeves Moses appeal not yet at High Court

External links: Rodney produces district plan newsletter

Submissions close soon on Securities Commission’s investment advisors paper

Reserve Bank annual report on web

Dickie and Danswan added to links

Property Council redevelops website

Cornerstone promotes Albany Lofts & takes over Orewa highrise

Infrastructure: Rail corridor agreement progresses

Insolvency: What happened to Jihong Lu’s Savoy shares?

Local business: Arthur Andersen gets Pacific Retail appraisal job

Steel & Tube quits North America growth strategy

Air NZ recapitalisation

Local property: AMP secures Jones Lang LaSalle as tenant & manager for new tower

Houses not excluded from contracts bill

Half developer levies under appeal

Auckland City adopts residential design guide

Manukau City consent activity: Kabisa wins Howick apartments consent

Duders Beach subdivision

North Shore consent activity: Goodland gets reduction for Gills Rd

Neil hotel gets levy deferred

New owner hit with levy for “tidier” process

Conflict between consent & traffic arms

Commissioners appointed for busway and Long Bay reserve

Environment Court appeals

North Shore planning: Long Bay reserve designation & structure plan notified

Long Bay plan variation notified this Friday

Papakura planning: Urban limit extension submissions

Takanini structure plan submissions

Papakura plan change 4

Rodney consent activity: Stanmore Bay motel

Helensville subdivision

Appeal settlements

Kaipara Flats appeal

Hearings committee 28 September:

Woodhill sand quarry decision appealed

Delegated decisions

Malcolm disputes levy basis at subdivision hearing

Environment Court callover:

Neighbour finally overcomes Wilbow chief’s intransigence

Agreement for 294-lot Universal subdivision

Consent on way for Kelly Park subdivision

Wellsford fringe subdivision heads to hearing

Mediation orders for Bhatnagar jetty, Opahi Bay subdivision

Aeropark appeal adjourned

U: NY Gear debt

New companies (a long list)

Receivership

Liquidation

Lu examination resumes next Friday

Harts Management in receivership and Hart faces Australian fraud charges

Mike Williams back at Barfoots

Barfoot head office moving to Chancery, new manager on Shore

Waitakere consent activity: Notified applications at Hobsonville, Henderson Valley

World property: Yu Feng buys Australia Fair

Henderson Land profit falls 25%

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Snapshot of the Week, to 26 May 2002

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Auckland City consent activity: AMP allowed changes at base of 151 Queen St

Consent extension for Broadway Mall

Avondale reserve squeeze allowed

Decision delayed on Ponsonby bar

Auckland planning: Plan change 26 to tighten Auckland city innovative housing rules

Economy: Unexciting budget bears control-freak messages

Listeds: National’s takeover timetable set back another week

Trans Tasman beats off GPG challenge

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Snapshot of the Week, to 10 August 2003

This is the least busy week for stories in the history of The Bob Dey Property Report, and will be followed by 1 of the busiest.

There are just 2 stories this week, both related to the launch by Dominion Funds Ltd of its 2nd round of fund mergers.

I got those 2 out before leaving Auckland on Tuesday afternoon for Sydney, where I spent 3 days (& nights) at the Property Council of NZ’s annual conference, went on site tours, walked many kilometres and took hundreds of photos.

Many of those photos are to support news stories yet to come on Australia’s property sector, where New Zealanders must increasingly aim their gaze if they are to be aware of the property markets.

New Zealand assets are disappearing into the pockets of Australia-based operators – Westfield’s takeover of St Lukes was a very obvious event. Less noticeable on this side of the Tasman are Stockland’s takeover of the AMP Diversified Property Trust, including 50% of Botany town centre, Lynmall & the Manukau Supa Centa, and the various listed sector battles under way in Australia.

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Unlisted public companies: Dominion Foundation merger timetable

Dominion enters 2nd round of fund mergers

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Snapshot of the Week, to 16 December 2001

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Auckland City consent activity: First log farm project wins approval

Hearing for Hudsons’ Waiheke entertainment area

88 The Strand consent extension hearing

Commercial conversion proposed for Halsey St building

Northern Club heritage space transfer allowed for 151 Q St parking

Melview gets non-notified log farm consent

Wider use for primary school hall

Calan’s Ellerslie consent changes allowed

Warehouse gets Penrose consent

Friedlander’s Ponsonby change of use notified

Waiheke resthome additions approved

House allowed in Barrier flood zone

Auckland City strategic direction: Birch report tells councillors things they already know

Rapid progress towards new Auckland city direction

Auckland City strategic direction items

Arena to be reassessed, enthusiasm for convention centre

External links: Transit NZ

The Birch report

Listeds: Westfield starts $55 million St Lukes expansion in January

Listeds – Australia: Macquarie CountryWide buys three Countdowns

Local business: Pacific Retail profit well up

Strong Restaurant Brands sales performance

Retail sales index slips

Local property: National Property Trust notes issue fully subscribed

Compliance under spotlight

C grade heads office sector performance

West Plaza sold

Manukau City consent activity: Progressive applies to expand Mangere warehouse

Papakura District consent activity: Caltex station approved, but not all-night

Rodney economic growth: Forums lift Rodney’s economic gameplan

Rodney planning issues: Rodney aims for consent timeframe revolution

Statistics: C grade outperforms other office sectors

Strong gain by backpackers

U: Unsworth has expansion plans

Quest for new Red Hill Homes liquidator founders

Mainsflow survives another week

Karaka Cable holds off forklift company

Spencer Rd Development settles again

Proam Tables wound up

Sylvia Park gets Ultimate Motors wound up

Symon Peters’ New Lynn wound up over commissions

Liquidation for company already off register

Decorator wound up

Coombes’ group’s tax bill settled

Hartner Trustee liquidation hearing back in March

Calypso Electra wound up

Rope Builders in liquidation

Tokaanu hotel settles with IRD

World business: Ariadne looks at port infrastructure role with Graham Mulligan

World property: Crown on new Shanghai centre lit

Sheraton to run Seagaia

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Snapshot of the Week, to 17 November 2002

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Auckland City planning: New residential 8 zone notified this week

External links: Dominion Funds Ltd

Basic Capital Management Inc

American Realty Trust Inc

Income Opportunity Realty Investors Inc

Transcontinental Realty Investors Inc.

Mercer Crossing
Infratil Ltd

CVC Capital Partners

Glen Innes: 4.5ha Talbot Park precinct to be model for more intensive housing

Tamaki campus expansion to benefit Glen Innes & Panmure

Listeds: 80% of Paramount float allocated

Laminex will cut Fletcher Building returns, but not badly

Paramount trust a developer’s benefit & exit mechanism

Paramount Property Trust details, timetable

Local business: Tower Trust off market

Woolworths doubles Progressive sales

September retail sales up 8.5%

propbd Diary 2002 – Listeds: Kiwi Income annual meeting

Rodney consent activity: Hearing on Universal proposal for Whangaparaoa site

Waimauku recycling depot told to close

Snapshot on the Shore: Heritage trust launched

Multisport facility for Albany campus

Calan to sell Shore site

Statistics: Backpacker segment continues strong growth

U: Langana Construction in voluntary liquidation

USA Plus International wound up

Tony Moore Concrete settles

Restaurant owner Sunshine Consultants in voluntary liquidation

Global Cable & Duct 2000 wound up

Catrona Enterprizes gets adjournment

QED Software in voluntary liquidation

T McFetridge wound up

Eastside Construction wound up

Thomas Marketing in voluntary liquidation

IT Media wound up

M Sport wound up

Infogate wound up

Fontein takes over at Property Council in
Auckland

Design manager for Westfield

KRS Builders faces liquidation

Dymocks continues pursuit of John Todd

Hamburger closes Hollis Jardine

Zen company Lightrise in liquidation

Bank seeks liquidation for Ayub’s Trendy Homes & Accrue

Fetherston’s BMS folds ahead of court hearing

6 Paramount companies wound up, creditors’ meeting called

Fairway Constructions wound up

De Lautour’s Leda Construction faces liquidation call

Snapshot on Waitakere: Skill shortages inhibit Waitakere

World property: Post Properties cuts dividend, says it’s not for sale

Basic Capital Management tidy-up

Simon launches hostile bid for Taubman

US west coast retail takeover

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Snapshot of the Week, to 1 July 2001

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Auckland City consent activity: Commissioners appointed: Dominion Rd transport route

Viaduct archways retention

Union St warehouse parking

Britomart bus stops on tour

Tepid Baths maintenance

Consents: Kells apartments at old St Helen’s

Elim church in courier depot

Totem entrepreneurs’ club in ex-Apex building

Copper vault over O’Hagan’s at Market Square

Old Parnell library additions

Shop to replace St Heliers car showroom

Sleepover for truckies

Building systems: Colliers Jardine manager cuts $400,000 from highrise energy bill

Infrastructure: Rapid transport forum 6 July

Local business: Norris quits ASB

March quarter gdp holds on zero

Convoluted Evergreen notes buyback

Fletcher Forests changes accounting for trees

May trade surplus rises

Statistics NZ compiles new indicators

NZ $87.6 billion in red

Current account balance improves

6 July forum for rapid transit mode recommendation

Transport network branding competition

Restaurant Brands sales up 14.6%

Towards new horizons (or floating away)

Dorchester Pacific buys Save & Invest

Local property: Sky convention centre ruling end of week

Hartners’ personal debt compromise still in limbo

Compulsory water tanks proposal for Rodney

Andrews quits temporary Fletcher Building post

Property Leaders’ time up

New Shanghai alternate on Richina board

Britomart funding decisions mid-July for tenders 10 August

North Shore consent activity, June 2001: Decision awaited on Manson’s Hurstmere terraces

Commissioners seek legal opinion on stormwater from Oteha subdivision

Resource consent hearings

Aicken Reserve sewage tank refused consent

Kindercare office application turned down

Dry dock & Calliope wharf zoning discrepancies fixed

Oteha Valley hearing deferred over stormwater runoff

Statistics: Take your pick for what the building consent figures show

World business: OUB/UOB friendly bid may foil DBS bank plan

USG bankruptcy impact on building products supplies

Freedom’s Andersons writeoff enables focus on Furniture

Westfield predicts steady NZ trend

Howard Smith cleared to buy NZ unit

GDP cuts through Asia

US cuts interest rate again

Coles Myer forecasts profit drop

World property: New World criticised

Zhuhai airport selldown

Lhasa to China railway

Bunnings boosts warehouse portfolio

Strong ING industrial revaluation

Kings Parking loss pending

ING logistics park

Equity Office in big LA greenfields project

Great Eagle buys HK Citibank floors

Sunland buys Jimna site at Surfers

Boost for huge Yennora distribution park

Big revaluations for Macquarie trust

Centro profit up 38%

Macquarie enters US neighbourhood centre market

Deutsche renames ex-Axa trust

Foodland buys 36 Franklins

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Snapshot of the Week, to 23 February 2003

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

Agency: Symphony House strata titles go for $1.975 million at mortgagee auction

Albany: Westfield now looking at 2004 Albany start

Auckland City consent activity: Downtown ferry terminal redevelopment notified

Auckland City regulatory & planning update: Earthworks & excavations

Financial contributions

Development control

Parking standards

Reducing resource consent complexity

Tree protection

Closing innovative housing loophole

Plan changes 3 & 71 appeals

Sightline review deferred

Business zone activity threshold work
deferred

Medical facilities in residential zones

Extra information on consent applications

St Marys Bay development control deferred

Auckland City snapshot: Council appoints board to run carparks

Greening the City and waterfront reports deferred

Auckland City strategic direction: Council sets out comprehensive urban living programme

External links: Urbanism downunder conference

Infrastructure: Banks says change legislation if transport network is to happen

Listeds: Revaluations boost Property For Industry returns

PFI gets Airport Oaks design/build

Property For Industry gets occupancy up to 98%

Calan half-year profit down 7.8%

Local business: Pacific Retail says January-February sales disappoint

2002 migrant inflow totals 38,200

Retail sales up 7.4% over year

Local property: ARC discusses accommodation options

Manukau consent activity update: Half Moon Bay ferry berth upgrade notified

North Shore planning: Plan change to recognise new strategic direction

North Shore snapshot: Swales to replace kerbs & channels

Papakura: Takanini plan change almost operative

propbd Diary – Agency: St Clair Park Village tender
Development block next to Pacific Events Centre

propbd Diary – Environment Court: Manukau:
Young v Watercare acquisition

INL settles on Central Gardens apartments

Airport company goes to hearing on Central Gardens

Horner hearing set on childcare wastewater discharge

Directions on Rockfield bund hearing

Bayley settles in principle on 3 Guys apartments

Papakura:
Tironui withdraws

Waitakere:
Judge to decide order of Mawhinney cases

Estate Homes vacates Sturges Rd case, goes to mediation at Ranui

More preparation before Selak cart track goes to hearing

propbd Diary – General: Urbanism downunder conference

propbd Diary – Listeds offshore: Lend Lease interim

Statistics: Median house price rises 10.5%

U: Ryan leaving Environment Ministry

Lodge Properties folds

David Ward bankrupt

Waldrom (ex-Guardall Alarms) folds

IRD seeks liquidation for Protection & Security Insurance Brokers

IRD seeks liquidation for original Door Care company

Taradale lease & management company liquidators give claims dates

BCA pursues Taradale Hamilton to liquidation court

Receivers at Wairau Stone

Hemmingway’s Bar out of receivership

O’Connor Construction wound up

House Co BOP wound up

World property: US writedown sends Lend Lease into red

Taubman says Simon acceptances fall short

Macquarie Goodman Management profit soars

85% of Taubman shareholders opt for Simon bid

317 Kmart properties go on market

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Snapshot of the Week, to 26 October 2003

Snapshot of the Week lists the headlines from all stories published on The Bob Dey Property Report as they appear during the week. The Snapshot is broken into categories for easier tracking, with links to the story page for each item.

There are some quirks to the system: A brief item on a listed company may appear in Snapshot on Local Business rather than under that company’s name in the Organisation/Listeds section, for instance.

In all categories, the latest news appears at the top of the list.

This week:

External links: Compass Point

Official Rugby World Cup website

Unofficial Rugby World Cup website #1

Unofficial Rugby World Cup website #2

Investcorp

Archstone Communities

Archstone-Smith

CNL Retirement Properties

Sunrise Senior Living

Listeds: Defence prefers Capital Properties proposal for new building

Life gets positive at Trans Tasman

GPG exits Trans Tasman

Local business: Official cash rate unchanged

Statistics: Migrant inflow eases again in September

U: IRD rolls on to another Ward company

IRD pursues Stuart Jackson’s Lifestyle Investment Holdings

The Reel Lawn People faces liquidation

Avonlea Home for the Elderly faces liquidation

Alumex faces liquidation

IRD pursues Dallas Concrete

Jet Developments faces liquidation

2nd move to wind up Huapai Pumphouse

Spectrum Painting faces liquidation

IRD joins ACC in pursuit of Custom Yachts

5 Kumar companies fold

Andrew Fowler Properties folds

Court operates in semi-darkness again

Europa settles

Future Build wound up

Sapphire to settle

Happy Hosts Hotel wound up

Evergreen gives up on Pallet & Drum

Recycling after receivers called in

Zip Internet gets adjournment

KN Construction settles

Piermark Homes to settle

Terry Smith’s Northcote Fruit Centre wound up

Restus wound up

APR Holdings folds

Mi5 wound up

Zkaek wound up

MWM & Associates to settle

Hospex wound up

Jackson Group wound up

Kelly’s Volcanic Investments settles

Zyconxl wound up

Hamill Refrigeration gets adjournment

Group CDA Design settles another

Farran (Two) folds

McFadyen Enterprises folds, then put through court liquidation

Glamis Quality Care to settle

Topline in receivership & liquidation

Voice Edge folds

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