Snapshot on external links, week to 30 March 2003

There are more than 500 direct links to external websites on the External links page of The Bob Dey Property Report. Some obviously change daily, others less frequently. This page is devoted to bringing site updates to your attention. As with other pages in the Snapshots series, they’ll be dated. If your site’s listed on […]

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Snapshot on external links, week to 9 June 2002

There are more than 400 direct links to external websites on the External links page of The Bob Dey Property Report. Some obviously change daily, others less frequently. This page is devoted to bringing site updates to your attention. As with other pages in the Snapshots series, they’ll be dated. If your site’s listed on […]

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Bringans trust to become Keystone Property Education Trust

Rebranding brings more emphasis on mentoring, on-job training The Graeme Bringans Property Education Trust will be turned into the Keystone NZ Property Education Trust at its annual dinner on 1 November. The trust was formed in 1994 to commemorate Graeme Bringans, former Cromwell Corp and St Lukes Group (now Westfield NZ) director, who died suddenly […]

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Auckland University to have property chair

Peter Dufaur scoops awards Auckland University is to establish a chair in property and is looking internationally for the first professor to head the department. Associate professor Michael Pritchard, dean of the faculty of architecture, property, planning & fine arts, said the university would also set up a fund to endow the chair, and called […]

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Chisholm loses in Appeal Court

Council staff found (again) not to have acted maliciously Adrian Chisholm has lost his “Sludgegate” Appeal Court case against Auckland City Council alleging malicious intent in a plan to dump sewage on Waiheke golfcourse land next to a tourism project Mr Chisholm was establishing. Mr Chisholm alleged the council pressed ahead with the golfcourse dumping […]

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Judge demolishes Chisholm’s Waiheke malice case

Other factors “probably insuperable” anyway, judge says Justice Robert Chambers comprehensively demolished the allegations by property developer Adrian Chisholm against Auckland City Council staff in a High Court judgment delivered on 19 December. But in doing so the judge has left the credibility of his ruling in question through a curious & unnecessary choice of […]

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Chisholm fights legal process

“Sludgegate” trial decision waits while legal air is cleared Adrian Chisholm is a long way, still, from winning his “Sludgegate” fight with Auckland City Council over his allegation that the council deliberately dumped sewage across the fence from his proposed Waiheke Island resort 3½ years ago, effectively beginning the end for the project. But he’s […]

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Chisholm has another chance to get crucial document before court

Procedural opening as Waiheke “Sludgegate” trial ruling awaited Adrian Chisholm (left)’s long battle against Auckland City Council for wrecking his proposed Waiheke Island resort’s development chances took another turn yesterday, when the Chief Justice, Sian Elias, said a procedural avenue was still open to him to get a crucial document into his court case. The […]

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