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Snapshot of the Week, to 9 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:

Agency: Four Waterfront sales

Bayleys’ Total series heads south

Colliers completes auction of 51 KFC outlets

Update: South Island KFC outlets go to one buyer

KFC auction reaps $31.3 million at average 8.34% yield

$14 million from second day of Bayleys’ Total Portfolio auction series

Bayleys sells 8 of 11 in Hamilton

Auckland City consent activity: New commissioners for Newmarket building

Council wants more signage on Victoria St carpark

Newmarket Park upgrade planned

New car dealership on Great South Rd

Royal Oak home for aged to be extended

East on Quay’s extra level approved

Building line cancellation goes to city development committee

Morgenstern to build Hillsborough units for Housing NZ

Montana application notified

Australia: Motorway puts Gold Coast in Brisbane commuter distance

Environment Court: Keystone Ridge back in Environment Court

Westfield knocked back on all counts in Kiwi’s Sylvia Park victory

External links: Envirolink

Ignite

Tse Group

Murray Cockburn Partnership

Peter Diprose

Barker & Associates

Boffa Miskell

Opus International Consultants

Kingett Mitchell & Associates

BIS Shrapnel

Midwood Australia

Listeds – Australia: Westfield’s new US buy at 9.75% initial yield

Local property: Yates grandstands

Honouring Sir Peter Blake

Cairns Lockie expectations

Kingsgate to redeem preference shares

Closures for Britomart station

Property Council awards

Keystone Ridge case back in Environment Court

Waterfront advisory group set up

Shore hearings deferred

Hornby Mall sale put back

Jones Lang LaSalle international restructure

Canning quits Trans Tasman

Green light for Sylvia Park business centre

Anzani wins Browns Bay argument

Westfield proposes building Britomart concourse

Manukau City consent activity: Progressive’s Botany supermarket draws four trade appeals

One-into-two subdivisions & site coverage infringement notable among delegated authority decisions

Ti Rakau consent granted 12 October, preliminary court conference 11 December

Sylvia Park decision makes some appeal grounds look harder

Three appeals against Howick apartment block

Proposed district plan references

Hearings timing schedule update

Subdivision and integrated land use consents

Land use consents

Rodney District consent activity: Notified applications

Appeals

Okura subdivision raises tension

U: Securities Commission orders NZ Commercial Mortgage Brokers Ltd to close, removes directors Evans & McIntyre

Cactus Jacks wound up

Birkenhead Glass wound up

World property: Forest City raises earnings 9.6%

Company advocates ebdt for measurement

AMP Bank completes securitisation

Two Park St vote Monday

Westfield America buys nine malls

Mall for Beijing

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Snapshot of the Week, to 10 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: Sky to reconfigure hotel/conference centre

New plan for old Government Print building on Beach Rd

AUT to build new arts studio

Maritime museum allowed big new sign

Conrad to build another 231 units on Nelson St

Newton refurbishment

Separate Matiatia titles formalised

Williamson Ave service station upgrade

Vestey business park sign allowed

Auckland City finances: Council figures new fund will net it $89 million over 9 years

Auckland City to defer rates differential step

Auckland City capital values up 13.1%

CBD eastern fringe: New plan for old Government Print building on Beach Rd

Federal St: Sky to build 2nd hotel

Flat Bush: Taradale surprises with earthworks appeal

Listeds: What float?

Kiwi Income raises net earnings 4.2%

Local business: Michael Hill opens in Canada

Airport chiefs to help council sell out

Wage rates up 2.2% in year

Tower loss $30-40 million, plus Bridges loss

Local property National Property interim dividend

Transit to get some western rail corridor land

Wellington Airport gets green light for retail centre

Manukau: Liquor outlets near homes continue to bug councillors

Manukau consent activity: Liquor outlets near homes continue to bug councillors

Taradale surprises with earthworks appeal

Newmarket: Yates cautions against big boxes for centre of Newmarket

propbd Diary – Listeds: Australasian Property Holdings meeting

Fletcher Challenge Forests annual meeting

Syndicates: Dominion wins investors’ merger approval

Takapuna: Webster withdraws injunction stopping Takapuna Telecom House sale

U: Gemtech settles with Piper

DMB settles with AMP Retail

Concept Holdings wound up

Hook’s Central Ventures wound up

Brill’s Shag Lake Farm gets adjournment

City councillor Abbott has 2 companies wound up by bank

Estancia settles with Wiri Timber

Hurst’s Link Communications 2001 wound up

Planet Burger Franchise System settles with Equipment Finance

Yukich Bros survives 1, wound up minutes later

CDS Electrical gets adjournment to 2003

Edserv fends off IRD again

Homecare and Medforce Management wound up

J&F United (ex-Penrice Industries) wound up

IRD seeks liquidation for General Capital & Commerce

IRD seeks liquidation for Haskett’s JCL
Interisland

Lakeland Wealth Creators/Wespap creditors’ meeting

Currin Builders wound up

McDonald replaces Laking as Mountain View liquidator

Norman Contractors closes

Move to wind up USA Plus International

District Holdings and Caspian Investments liquidated

Bawden liquidates Black Rock Construction, Concrete Ltd

North Shore Holdings in liquidation

Hynds makes belated liquidation move on Universal

Sigma faces liquidation

Westfield gets top Woolworths man

Up, on stage

3 Mules companies liquidated

Cooper & Koning liquidate 2

Spinley’s Timbal wound up

Porchester Trustees liquidated

World business: Optimism over emerging markets

Japan & US way off healthy, says Taipan publisher

World property: US homebuilder MDC’s order book just keeps growing

Revamped Fashion Show opens in Las Vegas

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Snapshot of the Week, to 24 June 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:

Agencies: Yield gap boosts cbd trade

Auckland City: Old building line restriction removed

Council votes to continue arena project

Auckland City consent activity: Application to build apartments above council carpark

Hearing for Glen Innes bar

Great Barrier airfield upgrade

277 applications through after signage determination deferred

Orthopaedic clinic approved

Mahitahi’s disabled facility approved

Clear gets OK for wireless network antennae

Coromandel: Permit granted

Whitianga decision imminent

Environment: Hobbs details objectives on sustainable management

Hobbs says biodiversity statement has to be workable or it’s no good

Infrastructure: City lodges second rapid transit funding application

Listeds – Australia: US investors bid for Accor chain owner

Local business: Papakura’s radical changes under spotlight

Puhinui interchange work starts

Transfund raises Auckland share 10.4%

ARC chairman says Transfund spend about plans not action

NZIER consensus cuts gdp expectation to 2.4%

Shore council reschedules works to cut rate rise

Environment chief heads to nursery

Tax review details on view

Local property: Property Council’s new retail lease out

Bayleys Research finds conditions ripe for Hamilton rent rise

Colonial claims great return without evidence

Flat Bush urbanisation proposals notified

Two deals add 7.8ha to new Hillsborough park

Too little detail on Metropolis bond revision

More weight to Environment Court

World business: Rapid-fire rationalisation among Singapore banks

Japanese growth short of target as bad loans mop-up continues

HK supermarket chain fails

Some bright spots in US statistics

Howard Smith says Wesfarmers bid too cheap

Suncorp to tackle AMP’s general insurance

World property: 70ha of luxury flats for Shanghai

Deutsche takeover of Axa funds management approved

Devine plans Brisbane development

Deutsche Industrial spotlight on North Sydney

Sale to Japanese investor lifts Forrester Kurts result

Lend Lease buys HK luxury block

CapitaLand launches condo after preview success

Babcock offer for MTM “reasonable but not fair”

Stockland seeks to mop up commercial trust

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Snapshot of the Week, to 9 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:

Auckland City snapshot: 2 more floors for Downtown parking building

Tamaki Drive design competition

Onetangi preservation strategy

Auckland Regional Council consent activity: 5 appeal changes, no new appeals

Listeds: Weak provincial trading holds Warehouse back

Calan makes disposal progress

Listeds – Offshore: Macquarie Goodman raises profit 21.3%

Equity Office looks good until 2001 writedown discounted

Westfield Trust raises profit 8%

Local business: Wellington Airport confirms 78% fee rise

AB Equipment buys Liftec & expects quick sales lift

Superbank registered

Local property: Colonial exits Kiwi trust holding

Kingsgate moves towards Sydney Millennium conversion

Briscoe & Rebel raises sales 17.6%

Manukau consent activity: Consents

Appeals

Processing

Hearings schedule

North Shore consent activity: Landco Schnapper Rock Rd subdivision notified

propbd Diary – Auckland City: Tamaki Drive design competition

Onetangi preservation strategy meeting

propbd Diary – Listeds: Warehouse interim

propbd Diary – Listed offshore: Macquarie Goodman annual meeting

Australian Growth Properties special meeting

propbd Diary – North Shore: Landco Schnapper Rock Rd subdivision submissions

Statistics: Record foreign visitor numbers, and long-term growth continues

U: 2 Ca’Bella companies in liquidation

Creative Environments settles

Moore Living gets adjournment to settle

Drewet Earthmovers wound up

Calais Mount Resort wound up

Golden Resorts International wound up

Turner’s AHC Developments wound up

KRS Builders settles

Rafiq holds off bank move on Trendy Homes

Parkbrook Holdings in voluntary liquidation

Burrell settles 1, another waiting

Roseneath Properties settles

Phoenix Property Services folds

Gage’s Phoenix Residential Solutions wound up

Baalbergen sets up Bayclean as Rayclean wound up

Hazelwood Electrical wound up

Cavendish Real Estate wound up

Enterprising Manukau & Manukau Events in liquidation

Multiworks Construction folds

Cabra Manufacturing faces liquidation

De Lautour bankrupt

Lomas Properties folds

World property: Westfield America distribution up 9.2%

Investa increases after-tax earnings 55%

Centro net earnings up 29%

Equity Office looks good until 2001 writedown discounted

Brookfield increases same-store earnings 21%

Equity Residential earnings fall 18.6%

FelCor to sell low-earning small hotels

Turnaround at Jones Lang LaSalle

Building services provider BMHC has strong year

Cendant tidies up timeshare interest

Takeover target Taubman says results better than expected

Westfield gets 3rd UK development consent

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Snapshot of the Week, to 19 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:

Economy: Bollard delivers warning on the bubble

External links: Good Returns/NZ Property Magazine subscription page

Metlifecare

Stockland Property Group

Strata Title Administration

Interactive Property Management

Tenant.Net

Central Equity

Short Stay Apartments

Words without borders

Taking IT Global

Astronomy Daily

National Geographic Maps

High Court: Update: Court lists reappear

Local property: Trans Tasman at 80% of AGP

Trans Tasman takeover meeting on Wednesday

Council buys NZ cup base building

U: Law firm pursues Whangapoua Properties

Queenstown Self storage folds

ACC pursues FJ Utting & Son

Saddles Food Ranches faces liquidation

ACC pursues Custom Yachts

Nelson’s Building Contractors folds

Butch Merrie building Supplies faces liquidation

Court posts full liquidation lists

Stone Green settles

Moyes & Groves NZ settles

Lugosi folds

Davis Contracting settles

Group CDA settles 1, faces another

Kingsbourne Investment Services faces liquidation

Brenton to settle

Natland Developments wound up

Glaslyn gets adjournment

Egg Affair wound up

Borg Construction now faces Fletcher liquidation call

CTS Turner to settle

Taisei Trading settles

Nationwide Toy Retailers wound up

Spectrum Contractors wound up

Naumai Logging wound up

Act candidate Robin Roodt’s Sepco wound up

New creditor chases Ad-A-Cab

Transport Machinery to settle

Diary Promotions to settle

Circuit Graphix to complete settlement

World business: Bank sends 4000 jobs overseas

US companies argue about their protection & subsidies

World property: 2 big cheap-home community owners merge

Mall owner General Growth spends $US550 million

Forest City moves away from malls

Morgan Stanley pushes better deal for unitholders

Big Seattle rental homes deal

Host Marriott buys Maui Hyatt at $US398,000/room

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Snapshot of the Week, to 5 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: Hearing for Rosebank café

Barrycourt antennae get OK

Auckland City strategic direction: Council lines up sales with terms of Local Government Bill

Auckland University: Auckland University to have property chair

Britomart: Mayor speaks against rail as he signs CPO contract

Listeds: Calan to start $56 million Epworth project in Melbourne

SEA’s Lu says Weiss liquidation plan for Trans Tasman ill-conceived

Trans Tasman has more sales lined up

Southern Capital sells last of CBD portfolio

Listeds – Australia: Lowy stands up for fighting rivals’ proposals

Local business: Tower Trust’s 3-year legislative journey over

Air NZ picks up in March

Wage rates up 2% over year

WestpacTrust raises first-half profit 7%

ANZ & ING complete funds management/insurance joint venture

4 fail to file annual reports

Bob Ross takes shot at Brierley notes

Privy Council rules in Progressive’s favour

Air NZ now looking at break-even pretax/unusuals result

Reserve Bank course uninterrupted

Local property: Dominion Funds buys Tauranga development site

Special Papakura council meeting on Countyglen project

Arrow completes Whangarei Hospital redevelopment

Marae for airport

Securities Commission: Clode’s Parliament St hole drags in brokers, lenders, valuers

Securities Commission warns against Direct Buy

Statistics: $804 million trade surplus for March year

U: Printer withdraws application to wind up Henley

Sovereign still battling with Golden Wok

Posies Concepts to settle

Dallan Enterprises No 50 to settle

Eastside Construction compromise scheme confirmed

Kitchener’s settlement with MacDow still to be finalised

Gateway International Motel wound up

Roseneath Properties part-settles

Voluntary liquidation at Tsunami

Gin Point Park wound up

Raea gets adjournment for CFD Holdings

Moki Enterprises wound up

Chas Burry washup under scrutiny

IRD chases gst on Manukau councillor Ken Yee’s company Chua Investments

Brooke Mitchell’s claim against David Nathan disappears

Myola Gardener holds off liquidation for property sale

Dowson’s Superior Finance settles

Terry Smith’s property syndication company holds off IRD

Liquidator in at North Harbour Homes

Receiver in at Ibiza & Isobar Restaurants

Receivers take over at National Fleet & Lease

IRD seeks liquidation of Blackwell’s Verley Holdings

Dudson in liquidation

Peak Lodge in liquidation

OA fixes date to file debts at Jaffe’s IBC International

Sinclair company Malco Fittings faces liquidation

Telecom seeks liquidation for Ridgway’s
Brocker Online Services

Van der Lee Enterprises faces liquidation

City Gold Corp wound up

Fletcher Painting wound up

Receivers in at Investments Syndicates ahead of IRD liquidation hearing

Complete Building Services faces liquidation

Advanced Kitchens faces liquidation

Heavy Hire liquidation timetable

Onsite Projects wound up

Leishman/Smith close 2 media companies

World business: US banks go more gently on defaulters

UK Royal & SunAlliance funds management goes to Friends Provident

Moody’s says defaults the worst on record

World property: HK residential vacancy rate up

Macquarie & ProLogis to list North American assets in Australia

Macquarie Office to raise $A97.5 million for 1 Martin Place buy

Equity Office Properties raises Q1 earnings/share 11.5%

Macquarie buying 1 Martin Place

Devine plans $A165 million Festival Towers precinct for Brisbane

Stadium Australia gets Harry Miller to hawk naming rights

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Snapshot of the Week, to 15 April 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: Panmure workshop

Auckland City consent activity: AMP gets bonus change approved

O’Sullivan gets non-notified hearing for Gillies Ave use changes

Non-notified hearing for Westfield St Lukes parking changes

Salvation Army plan for mixed use at Royal Oak approved

Listeds: BT cuts stake in AMP NZ Office

Manukau: Manukau consent activity April 2001

Verissimo’s Camperdown project goes to hearing

Rodney: Plan change 62 deadline passes

Dairy Flat notification

World business: DBS Bank buys Dao Heng

Banana war over

Harvey Norman offer for Rebel Sports

World property: Trendwest links to Interval International

China Resources raises profit 14.8%

Kerry lines up big Shanghai housing project

Safeway sales up 17%

Lend Lease wins $A1.8 billion Melbourne Docklands project

City Dev expands

AMB steady on rent up 25%

Mezzanine fund pulls in $US500 million

Cinema operator signed up for Long Beach waterfront

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Snapshot of the Week, to 28 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 Council: Banks to councillors: We mean business

Auckland City consent activity: Gapes gets past stage 1 for shot tower project

Committee under change

Hearing for Kaikoura Is mobile antennae

New commissioner appointment for St Stephens Ave units

Log farm public access

All questions about shot tower units answered

Original proposal was to gift tower

Auckland Regional Council: Warren back at ARC helm

Customs St: Reserve Bank sells Customs St building

Downtown: A sale, a topoff, transition for downtown

External links update: Dominion Funds Ltd

Spaceline Homes

Ward Demolition Ltd

A-Ward Attachments

CSR Group

James Hardie NZ

Showers

Aspec Construction Ltd

Hopetoun

The Oaks, Ellerslie

Lockwood

Omaha Beach

Cabra Holdings Ltd

The Home Group Ltd

Local business: PFI pays steady dividend

Calan has two shots at announcing dividend

Tasman restructure goes ahead

Australasian Property raises working capital

Local property: PFI pays steady dividend

Calan has two shots at announcing dividend

Tasman restructure goes ahead

Australasian Property raises working capital

Statistics: Building consent figures continue to trail

World business: ¥1 trillion bid to escape recession

Inventory back in favour

Steel war

New SEC boss criticises pro forma accounts

World property: Macquarie Goodman boosts portfolio to $A1.22b

$NZ26/m² for extra post-attack security

One Liberty Plaza reopens

Central Equities launches new Southbank tower

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Snapshot of the Week, to 18 May 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:

Auckland City planning issues: Councillors deal with array of issues on the develop/preserve conflict

External links: SMG Properties
Milford Real Estate
Platinum Homes
Virtu apartments
Forest Habitats
Cato Bolam Consultants
Universal Homes
Lochore’s Real Estate
Harmony Homes
Point Ridge
Victopia Apartments
Quattro Apartments

Fort St: Simpson Grierson to take top 6 floors of $100 million Manson tower

Listeds: Capital Properties boosts surplus 17.8%

Manukau consent activity: Whitford rural-residential study expressions of interest
Locals appeal against 6-storey Howick building
Church appeals against water system contributions
U: Hedley O’Meara up for public examination on discharge
Cooper closes Ministry Construction
Ace Marketing faces liquidation
Kemp’s DW faces liquidation
Marty Brooke Plumbing gets settlement adjournment
Elkhishin’s Everworth survives another call
Dimension Furniture in voluntary liquidation
Hamill Refrigeration gets adjournment
Coastal Landscaping to settle
Tamarind Engineering gets adjournment
Covich Contractors staves off liquidation
Star Tool & Mould settles
Emshoff’s Glade Trustees wound up
Walker Equipment wound up
Citywide Auctions wound up
TE Construction liquidation calls deferred for compromise scheme
Lasike Coupe to settle
Metropolis unit buyer Susila works on settlement
Creditors line up at Darrow’s Paritai Developments
Mickstar folds
Henley Communications wound up
Claxton Homes to settle
Global Internet settling
Affordable Commercial Rentals settling
Northcross Dental Care settling
Kitchener wharf company settles with IRD
2 of Ownitt Homes operator’s companies close

Waitakere: Regional council sticks with locals for Waitakere Ranges liaison role

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Snapshot of the Week, to 2 November 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: Dolf de Roos

InterContinental Hotels Group plc

InterContinental Hotels

Crowne Plaza

InterContinental group releases

InterContinental Priority Club

Staybridge Suites

Holiday Inn

Keyword Map

OnlineConversion

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Listeds: Powell roundly defeated in Trans Tasman strikeout case

Statistics: 3000 building consents for month

U Wilmar Properties folds

Corporate & Domestic Protection Services faces liquidation

2 more Taradale companies fold

Dynamic Logistics folds

Kiwi Income seeks liquidation for Phoenix Management & Vortec

2nd King company Stonecroft folds

FT Manufacturing faces liquidation

Lakes Hamurana folds

Pine Sawmills (Gisborne) faces liquidation

Grande Avenue folds

Receiver at Karaka Bay Developments

Oturia Holdings folds

Pantec NZ folds

Marina Properties folds (again)

Glamis Holdings folds

Results Building Contractors folds

IRD pursues Night Owl Systems

Receiver & liquidator at Butch Merrie Building Supplies

World property: Fighting hostile bid cost Taubman $US25 million

Making hostile bid cost Simon $US10.5 million

Million hits on Scottish castle offer website

Sunshine Coast joint venture for Lend Lease & General

InterContinental buys Candlewood Suites brand in US

Australasia goes walkabout

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