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Snapshot of the Week, to 7 April 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:

Agency: Bayleys launches proportionate ownership scheme with Tyco building in New Lynn

Specialist tourism division at Bayleys

Auckland City consent activity: Waiheke school gym/events centre goes to hearing

Council to stabilise Middleton Rd stream bank

Apartments for Sale St

Committee notified Vodafone application for antennae on hotel

Tile Warehouse gets approval for Kepa Rd showroom & café

Mt Albert Warehouse to be converted into small tenancies

External links: The Motley Fool

The Economist

The New Yorker

Salon online magazine

The US Institute for Policy Studies

Arts & Letters Daily

The Australian

The Washington Post

The Times

The Financial Times

Los Angeles Times

VentureWire Professional

The Guardian

Business Week

Listeds: National trust buys Goddards in Tauranga

Local property: Strategic Finance lifts pretax profit 72% to $3.1m

Airport to replace runway section

North Shore: Third Smales Farm building launched

North Shore consent activity: Vuletics get non-notified hearing at Schnapper Rock Rd

Non-notified hearing for Vuletic subdivision

Subdivision power lines worry overcome

Prototype prison cells

Bus station earthworks approved

Sidmouth St residential project

Notification decision on Schnapper Rock Rd project

Philosophy: Ken Shirley expresses his contrary-to-Kyoto view

propbd Diary 2002 – Environment Court: Waitakere cases – Kitewaho, St Lukes Group, Waitakere Ranges Protection Society minor household units

Auckland Regional Council case – Fullers on Matiatia wharves redevelopment

Rodney cases – Murphy Pakiri subdivision, Smith & Clark processing charges, Cabra industrial subdivision, Private Life Care rezoning for retirement village (backup case), Macdonalds plan change 55 (backup case)

Waitakere case – Borrett landfill

Franklin case – Eden 6 lots on rural title

North Shore cases – Okura rezoning, Pak N’ Save Wairau Rd finale

propbd Diary – Offshore listeds: General Property Trust agm

U: Bayleys charity auction raises $70,000

Koppers Engineering faces liquidation

Verschaffelt & Lynne Carter’s Hi There Ltd faces liquidation

IRD seeks liquidation for Pacific
Highliners, RSM Developments

Whitcoulls seeks liquidation of Bellbird 2002

Dargaville Machinery Centre in receivership

Formwork Construction faces liquidation

IRD seeks to wind up Te Kotuitanga Trust

Somers-Edgar winds up Paragon Business Finance

Transition 2000 in voluntary liquidation

World property: Cendant to buy Trendwest

Broadway transaction at $US274/ft²

National Golf finds way out of a hole

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Snapshot of the Week, to 8 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 consent activity: Extra commissioner for Ryman project

Kitchener gets consent for 221 apartments on Methodist Queen St block

Road stopping to improve Khyber Pass flow

Massage parlour allowed to upgrade

Emshoff gets his delayed consent

Redwood allowed slight addition on Normanby Rd

Inter-weave expansion on Carbine Rd approved

Listeds: Hellaby cornerstone for new insurer Local business

Steel & Tube positions to buy Fletcher Steel Local business

Force changeover Local business

Savoy loss snipped to $76.7m Local business

Last of Rural Properties’ farms sold Local property

$20 million airport terminal expansion

PFI buys two more in Vestey Drive

Local business: Auckland City supports Government move on rail

Manukau growth at 7.8%

Local property Way cleared for Whitianga Waterways

Albert St parking dispute settled

High Court rules against Defence Force

Shore area offices still in business

Project 2020 feedback analysed

Property Council seminar

Spencer moves Stony Batter fight to Privy Council

Manukau City: Pakuranga Plaza land deal before council committee; Update: 5 April 2001

Rodney/ARC joint consent hearing: Regional and district councils turn down Dairy Flat aeropark proposal

Rodney hearing: ARC versus an equestrian park

Rodney consent activity: Matheson Pakiri appeal

Sharp Rd Matakana appeal

Delegated decisions reported 5 April 2001

World business: Fight over pensions ownership goes to companies

Railtrack in multiple trouble

AIG takes on Prudential in insurance takeover

Citigroup starts layoffs

Japan on banking tidy-up

World property: Patronis seeks local expertise in international growth plan

Burnham Pacific sells 19 malls

Starwood buys Geac hotel management system

Milestone slims

CBL buys out partners at $NZ8234/m²

Exchange looks outside City for HQ

Deutsche Bank buys two Boston stakes

Sunland buys St Kilda Rd highrise site

Investa gets $A170-190 in St Kilda, $A460 gross in Sydney cbd

Cendant ties up more timeshare business

Lexington starts office investment programme

Gables Residential and JP Morgan trade five

Hersha sells Best Western at $NZ51,580/room

Pacific Property continues aggressive turnaround policy

Trade slips for community developer Del Webb

Amoy chairman warns on slowdown

Hyatt plans global ad campaign

Singapore house prices continue fall

WR Grace enters Chapter 11

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Snapshot of the Week, to 21 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 Quay Park arena marquee

Endean gets Symonds St apartment consent

Consent for Kells’ Espano Apartments

Bluestone Store-to-carpark heritage space bonus approved

Apex building consent extension granted

Hyatt Residences consent tidy-up includes more parking

House-to-office conversion on Market Rd notified

Councillors spot flats in business 4 application after giving non-notification decision

Motocross track for Te Papapa foreshore

Auckland City council structure: Banks seeks serious cut to committee structure

Environment Court – North Shore matters: Friday settlements

Plan references: Power NZ

Anzac St

Chelsea Estate

Austin consent order

Other matters: Neil subdivision at Albany

Variation 53 on Albany rezoning

Browns Bay appeals await Anzani ruling

Housing Corp Northcote programme

Hearings: Judge criticises absent appellant as Strand case enters final stage

Jonmer Hurstmere consent close

Diva Browns Bay resolution next week

Melview reaches agreement on Byron flats

Wastewater levy hearings held over

Wessim’s Strand appeal next Tuesday

Wilbow’s Greenhithe appeal this week

Listeds: $25m notes, $23m sale for National

Steven Lowy upfront about Westfield business

Local business: Tourism inflow up & long-term departure flow eases

Pacific Retail bid low, goes to shareholders Wednesday

Channel dredging approved

Carter continues doubts about land for forestry

Inflation up

Local property: Community renewal programme

Eldercare settles Molly Ryan sale

Hawke’s Bay drystock farm sold

$3 million taken at Bayleys’ Waikato auction

Four sold at Bayleys’ Wellington auction

U: New companies

District court debt judgments

Finance

World business: Chapter 11 beckons

Small islands break Taiwan impasse

World property: Refinancing success

Mall owner upgrades

Westfield-Rodamco battle scrutiny

Novotel properties bid extended

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Snapshot of the Week, to 11 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:

Local business: Councils to hold presentation on economic trends

City council to evaluate export education industry

Air NZ March load factor falls

Local property: Van Otterloo cuts Trans Tasman stake

Warehouse sales rise 7% for April quarter

Manukau consent activity: Howick Ratepayers wants 2 floors cut off Fencible Drive development

Church appeals over water contribution

propbd Diary – Auckland City: Regional economy presentation

propbd Diary – Listeds: Latimer & Powell v Trans Tasman & SEA

Southern Capital special meeting

propbd Diary – Listeds – Offshore GPG considers new notes issue

U: Move to farewell Going Going Gone

IRD applies to wind up Foundation Films

Joe’s Restaurants closes

Combined Rentals (ex-Biotek) folds

Roil Electrical folds

Club Mediterranée NZ folds

Todds’ bookshop companies wound up

Court & IRD make mockery of roles

Coldfield liquidation call goes to hearing

4 Fourie companies get adjournment to settle

IRD claims against 2 John Russell companies adjourned

Candy Textiles gets adjournment

W&SB (ex-Warkworth Glass) gets adjournment

Roseneath Properties faces another liquidation call

Recycling & Recovery to settle

TE Construction holds off liquidation calls with compromise offer

Snack Attack liquidation call goes to hearing

81-85 Fort St to settle

8th Harris company George Bay Developments wound up

The Gentry (1995) wound up

Harts Lifecare folds

The Cuisine Market Management wound up

Liberty Interiors wound up

Ex-Mirimar director Lem’s DLL Properties folds

1 Queen owner wants Henley Communications liquidated

Stonex & Woodridge Construction fold

Pro Finish Property Services folds

Standard Financial Services moves on 2
Pollard finance & investment companies

Earwaker issues bankruptcy notice against Ethnik Krasniqi

World business: Rearguard reform at AMP

World property: Wells buys in Chicago & Detroit

Centro extends AMP Shopping Centre bid

Simon & Westfield get ruling they wanted against Taubman family

Jones Lang LaSalle loss grows

Simon hoists net income 84%

Sovran Self Storage lifts earnings

Buyer for Woolloomooloo wharf

ING Industrial Fund buys Defence land for $A100 million development

Mirvac buys Defence block for residential

Buyer looks at Australian Growth portfolio

Bunnings gives Queensland development details

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Snapshot of the Week, the long week to 11 January 2004

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:

Listeds: Dakin moves with Colonial to Macquarie

Local property week to 11 January 2004: Exhibition shows docks before conversion to business district

Local property week to 4 January 2004: SEA nears 60% of Trans Tasman

Statistics: Consents continue upward in November

U: 4 AAAAAA Abacus companies fold

Corporate & Domestic Protection Services folds

Campbell Kells closes 2 development companies

Welding Warehouse faces liquidation

Hobbs Road Property folds

World property week to 11 January 2004: Equity Office sells non-core, focuses on top 20 markets

Colonial reit diversifies

World property week to 4 January 2004: Lehman & Starwood buy Le Meridien debt

McGraw Hill sells Rockefeller Centre building

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Snapshot of the Week, to 10 February 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: Revamp on way for Fort St

Commissioner appointed to consider new Day St block

Grammar club rezoning hearing

Cafés replace 2 flats in Symonds St project

Bridgecorp as mortgagee to take on Fort St project

Bigger apartment project for 100 Anzac

Kells gets Quay St approval

Upstairs flats for Kingsland light industrial area

Remodelling for Shell Mt Wellington site

CBD sales: Lockie sells 1 Nelson

External links: Taranaki Venture Trust goes from dot.com to dot.info

Listeds: National Property Trust earnings up 40%

Force increases operating surplus 82% to $1.7 million; Another week’s extension

Warehouse Christmas quarter sales up 12.9%

Listeds – Australia: Westfield revaluation details

Local business: Bus network improvements under way

Log price rise brings Nuhaka harvesting resumption

Local property: Court confirms bidder up for costs though takeover abandoned

propbd Diary – Listeds: The Warehouse Group Ltd

Fletcher Building Ltd

Sky City Entertainment Ltd

propbd Diary – North Shore: Council February

U: Enlightenment on Savoy case & the company’s future

Changes at ASB economics reports

Move to wind up Budget Self Storage

D&D liquidated & Advantage rises

ARC nominations close in month

John F Jones battles on

Farrell to leave Securities Commission in May

Open Fields lives on

WestCity washup adjourned

Dallas Concrete settles

North City Realties settles

Caltech company falls

Legacy Group opts for voluntary liquidation

Henley liquidation adjourned

IRD winds up 5: Awarua (Larry Eade), Westpark Investments, NE Fixing, Puddick Scaffolding, Fire Safety Consultants
Basix Bar to settle

Maximum Production wound up

Whitford Earthmovers eludes debt collector

Brooke Mitchell seeks liquidation of David Nathan’s RAG

Capitalcorp liquidated

Village Interiors faces liquidation

NZ Realties’ liquidation sought

2 Liguori companies face liquidation

Orange HB Properties appoints liquidator

Porter Group closes 2 companies

Golden Gate Supermarket back on liquidation list

Savoy takes court action against own company

Posies Concepts struck off before liquidation call

Zen’s Centre appoints liquidator

2nd ML Williams building company faces liquidation

World business: Las Vegas operators score 2 Macau licences

World property:Biggest US golfcourse owner restructuring after default

Simon earnings up 7%/year

Pan Pacific Retail raises earnings 9%/year

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Snapshot of the Week, to 13 October 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: Update: Commissioners appointed for Rotoroa Island plan change

Commissioners appointed for Marine Park improvement

Update: Ede withdraws new attempt for non-notified hearing of Khyber Pass project

External links: Intercontinental Financial Services Corp Ltd

Crikey

Shareowner

Construction Industry Council

Catellus Development Corp

NZ Council for Sustainable Business Development

Auckland Environmental Business Network

NZ Businesses for Social Responsibility

Local business: Hay happy with Auckland council after first year

4-point focus for Banks in next year

Harbour stadium surface replaced

3 operators asked to look at Auckland rail

Newmarket: Update: Ede withdraws new attempt for non-notified hearing of Khyber Pass project

Rates: Privy Council rules in favour of councils on rates

Rodney consent activity & strategy: Snow Planet decision reserved

Council to review sewage infrastructure decision

Whangaparaoa Rd widening deferred

Strategy for Rodney still to be discussed

Rotoroa Island: Update: Commissioners appointed for Rotoroa Island plan change

Statistics: Guest nights beat capacity gain

Retail trade up 7.3% nationally in August

U: Companies Offices moves to wind up Rotorua investment scheme companies

Quest pre-empts liquidation moves

Property developer Andrew Turner bankrupted

Murphy Construction to settle

Adjournment for Jabco Properties

Ayub’s Universal Corp gets adjournment

Hibiscus Foundation Services & IEH both struck off, now also wound up

Financier looks for shorter adjournment of application against Village Restaurant

Elkhishin’s Everworth gets adjournment

North Eastern Heights the third Morris company into liquidation

Director seeks liquidation for Ballyhoo Else

McKillop Construction goes into liquidation

Estancia faces liquidation

Norrie moves to oust Mountain View liquidators

Lang Cove development company in voluntary liquidation

Bridgecorp calls income receivers in to 5 Terry Smith companies

Hammer Properties wound up

Valuation: December target for final electricity lines valuation method

World property: $US350 million Washington waterfront redevelopment

Unfinished Enron HQ goes for 60% discount

Europeans buy in LA

Ex-Sante Fe rail company Catellus packages
US Air Force deal

Brookfield signs long-term Lower Manhattan tenants

Carey reit gets Florida deal

Apartment developer Post completes community selloffs

Big lift in orders for US homebuilder

Short Pump 80% leased 11 months from opening

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Snapshot of the Week, to 23 September 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: St Josephs hearing reassigned

Consent extension allowed on Union House additions

Dunbar Sloane application deferred

Waterview consent extension allowed

Redwood pulls Eden Village commercial application

Mission House refit approved

Tavern with parking shortfall approved despite concerns

Levy bonding approved

Protocols & decision on council applications

Auckland City planning & regulatory committee: Reports requested

Fees for outline plans

Onetangi policy area

Lunn Avenue quarry rezoning

Central area plan nears resolution

Auction: Another $6.5 million for ANZ at auction

ANZ auction yields firm by 1.5%

External links: National Bank

Viaduct Point

H47

Gulf Corp

Providence on Eden

North Eden Apartments

Local business: Royal SunAlliance buys AMP NZ general business

Validation bill for Woolworths buyout

Reserve Bank cuts rate to 5.25%

Local property: MTM and Force cut mediator out of talks

Agreement for 294-lot Silverdale subdivision to proceed

AMP cans waterfront top-off

Symphony gets 264-unit Henderson Valley project OK

Cornerstone gets green light to take over Gillespie’s Orewa highrise

Shore councillors defer Okura zone decision, agree Browns Bay & Albany centre plans, approve move to gasometer site parking, give landowner consent for bus station, reconfigure caravan park

Retail takeovers: Appeal Court stymies Progs’ bid for Woolworths

U: Harts Accounting settles

Markbridge wound up

Xtreme Builders (now Pro Circuit) wound up

Agio and MG Contractors face liquidation

Jaffe company wound up

One into liquidation for West Auckland developer

Banks at full throttle

Ask the owner

World business: $US15 billion bailout for US airlines

Disney moves quickly to shore up stock

Daiwa in another bank merger

Mycal supermarket collapse hits biggest Japanese bank group Mizuho

World property: HK science parks cut rent

Inconclusive about long-term NY dispersal

Bin Laden Group to buy NY hotel?

Lend Lease restructures

Bunnings gains 10.4% on revaluations

Deutsche completes 13 Southgate leasings

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Snapshot of the Week, to 19 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: War on Barrier’s abandoned vehicles

School to open to community use

9-storey building for Paris Texas site

More St Matthew’s bonus sold

Conrad plans 193 flats on Hobson

Tay revises Wakefield plan

Café at flower wholesaler’s

White Heron demolition brings temporary cellsite

Manufacturing plant on rail site approved

Beaumont Quarter over-contribution corrected

Consent for second house on Argyle St site

Auckland city planning: City development updates on central area, Panmure, Newmarket & Tamaki Edge

Economy: Reserve Bank raises cash rate to 5.5%

Listeds: National bids for Newmarket trust again

Sales cut Trans Tasman debt to 30% (excluding bonds)

Listeds – Australia: Australian Growth Properties chairman tells Fletcher to improve management or lose contract

Local business Kaipara can’t afford to upgrade roads needed to extract forests

Economic development trust formed in Kaipara

Fletcher Building to quit US listing & tidy registry

Government completes $81 million Auckland rail corridor purchase

Local property: Rabid Act missive on Penlink

Quirk takes over from Fraser at Beca Building

Southern Capital settles on Flight Centre

Colliers goes to Tauranga

Localities consent activity: High St

Hobson St

Wakefield St

Industrial Edge

North Shore: Regional council gets Long Bay deal

Securities law trials: Van Nieuwkoop sentence deferred, mixed appeal for Reeves Moses directors

Statistics: Gains all round in accommodation sector

U: Camglen in receivership

Bank pursues Essex for mortgage on 3 properties

Earthmoving Consultants liquidation application adjourned

Formwork Construction wound up

Village Interiors holds out another liquidation application

Brocker Technology settles, Brocker Online back in court next week

Blackwell’s Verley fights IRD

Network Security wound up

Mottram’s Tasman Merchant Ventures settles differences with Taiwanese partner

Kitsethome.com settles

Soyuz Investments settles

Another Liguori company, 360 Church St, beats court order with voluntary liquidation

Application to wind up Valentines Properties (now Southern Holdings)

Skyline Securities wound up

Furniture Holdings wound up

Voluntary liquidation for Champion Corp of St Johns

BNZ pursues Mark Lyon

Securities Registry takes possession of Barry Brill’s Rotoiti property

Bean Rock creditors’ meeting

Brannigan appointed receiver of Metropolis Car Parking

Davey Doors West Auckland closes

World property: Lend Lease sells Norwich development before it starts

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Snapshot of the Week, to 3 August 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: Property Investors Federation

Auckland Property Investors Association

The Parc

Lumina Apartments

Solo Apartments

Altitude Apartments

Zest Apartments

The Kingsland

Scene 2

Scope Apartments

Perron Group

Private Eye

Taranaki Trends

TimeOut

Listeds: Trans Tasman turns round to $7.2 million profit

National wins off old scores

Local business: Green light for Busway but review can still halt it

CBD weekend parking tariff changes

Grey Lynn Park plan up for comment

Kidicorp settles South Auckland deals

Sterling Grace settles Tower Trust purchase

Council to consider taxi controls

Taranaki gets engineering boost

Local property: Tyco Electronics opens 5100m² Heathcote plant

Mangere: Trans Tasman buys another 52ha next to Airpark

Queen St: Tower Centre

Statistics: Consent level continues climbing

U: 3 Krukziener companies in voluntary liquidation

Law firm seeks liquidation for G-Farm

Interline No 2 & Quay Investments fold

Leuschkes close Bouffont

Intermezzo folds

Le Noel’s RRNZ (ex-Reed Recruitment) folds

Trans Tasman closes Jhansi

Matzes’ Keysone Investments folds

2nd Design Spec company faces liquidation

World business: AMP sells last property banking portfolio

Spot the Nigerian fraud line

ASIC Pie in the Sky awards

ASIC’s Fido looks at scams, prospectuses, directors’ conflicts

Zacks updates good buys & goodbyes

World property: Agreement on World Trade Centre replacement
Simon net income slashed

General Growth raises earnings 29%

Brookfield improves 13%/share

Equity Office earnings fall 7.5%/share

Investa has 28% of Principal, raises earnings 9.4%

Principal profit falls 6%

Australand raises profit 67%, looks at stapled security

Centro finalises MCS buy, result out Wednesday

Stockland raises earnings 14% before required AMP Diversified writeoff

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