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Snapshot of the Week, to 24 March 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: Dominion Rd restaurant to become tavern

Wellingtonian to double size of development beside police station

Technical Books gets extension OK

Quest for narrow esplanade reserve to be notified

Sign component dropped, and application non-notified

Separate office block at Penrose logistics centre canned

Dickens St terraces non-notified

Auckland City strategic direction: CBD onstreet parking to hit $4/hour

City council’s structural changes gather momentum

Criminal court: Van Nieuwkoop found to have breached Securities Act & Regulations at Reeves Moses

Economy: ASB economist reflects on interest rate anticipation

Listeds: Strong finale pushes Briscoes well above forecast

Local business: Shore busway hearings completed

Vehicle emission kill-rate calculated

Official cash rate up 25 points

Steel & Tube bids for Pipeline Supplies

Pacific Retail rights issue

Savoy Equities hangs in

Local property: National Property Trust options come up for exercising

Big lift for Metlifecare

North Shore apartments: Manson’s Promenade selldown complete & Rocks to launch

Rodney consent activity: Delegated decisions

Statistics: East Tamaki capital positive

Immigrant & short-stay numbers both up

U: Mortgagee takes over Metropolis parking investor

Second Foreman company in voluntary liquidation

Inland Revenue seeks to wind up Commercial Concrete, Gin Point Park (ex Point Marina Park)

Receivers at Harts Lifecare

House Removals wound up

Newmarket trust seeks to wind up Oney Trading

Shower Co all washed up

World business: Harvey Norman lifts profit 19%

FAL earnings from continuing operations rise 30%/share

World property: Empire State sale agreed

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Snapshot of the Week, to 18 February 2001

Snapshot of the Week now comprises headlines of all items appearing in the website that week. Headlines are grouped in categories, for example council activity or listed vehicle news. The fuller version of each article will appear in its own category. The latest news appears first in each category. Items are not dated in this Snapshot, but are dated in other Snapshots.

This week:

Auckland City consent activity: Commissioners for Exchange Tavern block redevelopment hearing

Display centre for old council works basement

Newmarket café deferred

Morgenstern gets Khyber Pass office/retail project OK

Maidstone offices approved

Hartner collapse: Liquidation move under way

Listeds: AMP trust raises half-year profit 3% to $16.86m

Kiwi Income has more than half KDT

Receiver for Manor Inns

Manor Inns makes another loss

Colonial stays ahead

Dairy Brands turns profit

Tourism Holdings slashes profit forecast

Manukau: Consent activity

New customer centre

Howick garden of memories conflict

Deputation opposes Howick B4 development potential

North Shore: North Shore a diarrhoeaic example of government (news and analysis combined)

Rodney: Pakiri beachfront subdivision approved

Coherent planning explanation hard to come by

Weiti project ready to roll after election

Viaduct Basin: Symphony and Watts in 97-unit joint venture —The Parc to replace Old City Markets

World business: Buffett boosts price

World property: Lend Lease profit slashed

Lend Lease sells Aurora Pl

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Snapshot of the Week, to 9 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:

Agency: Recent sales by Bayleys Real Estate

Agency research: Trend still positive for Auckland property says CBRE

CBRE points to Christchurch & Rotorua for short-term hotel strength

Auckland City consent activity: Eden Village plans deferred

No action taken on balconies

Sandringham shopkeeper wants same building line as others

Community board wants action against Gapes balconies

Britomart design modifications

Dominion Funds to build The Point stage 2

Tandoori restaurant allowed parking shortfall

Indoor playground approved

Division continues but Kingsland bar allowed

Redwood apartment plan deferred over shot tower offset

Dairy extension allowed

Non-notified hearing for Panmure bottlestore conversion to bar

External links: CB Richard Ellis market report

Sustainable Auckland

Lowndes Jordan

Beaumont Quarter

Listeds: Mixed fortunes at CDL

Local property: Reserve Bank to sell Auckland building

Dairy Brands sells farms

Manukau consent activity, September 2001: Kabisa hearing on this week

Pakuranga Plaza hearing off schedule

SPCA concerned at reverse sensitivity

Dannemora appeals over Firth air discharges

Commissioners cop flak after old-age-home hearing

Council seems happy to allow policy breaches

Objections hearings

New appeals

Update on appeals before Environment Court

Hearings timing schedule update

Subdivision and integrated land use consents

Land use consents

Manukau consent activity, August 2001: New applications

Residential centres variation

Appeals in court update

Hearings timing schedule update

Subdivision and integrated land use consents

Land use consents

North Shore: Brocker premises on market

Penrose: Dairy Board to sell Penrose premises

propbd Diary – Manukau: Hearings

Regional growth forum: Hiccups mar growth sector agreement signing

U: Development manager

Election candidates

Liquidations

World business: NAB writes off $A3.875 billion

Harts to report loss

World property: Hai Sun Hup stalls in Perth

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Snapshot of the Week, to 20 April 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: Council looks for more control on street damage, gambling premises & brothels

External links: Auckland City Council urban design panel

Listeds:Richina proceeds with rights issue prospectus

PFI’s Alexander to head AMP’s new opportunity unit

PFI raises March quarter surplus 5%

Listeds – Australia: AMP sells NZ loan portfolios to HSBC

Local business: FAL delists in NZ

Mainstreet vote falls short in Pt Chev & Royal Oak

Local property: Barnett sells Meridian to ING

Infratil gets inside running on Whenuapai base

Council launches urban design panel

Cairns Lockie believes floating rates will fall

More residential rent rises on way

Queenstown: Porter prepares for 3rd stage of Remarkables Park

Statistics: Net annual migrant inflow 41,600

February best month in 7 years for accommodation industry

U: Fatu’s Fastmoney faces liquidation

IRD chases Mad Dogs (Wairau Park)

IRD seeks liquidation for O’Neill’s Point

Platinum Properties 37 faces liquidation

Van Camps close Cayal Holdings

Kidd Holdings faces liquidation

Birkenhead politician Eric Hobbs dies

Westnorth faces liquidation

McNabb’s College Property folds

New call to wind up TE Construction; directors change

Meadowlands Engineering folds

Claxton Homes faces liquidation

Oyster Cove developer Drexel dies

Jonmer retires 3 companies

Comfort Homes folds

IRD seeks Citywide Auctions liquidation

Hebe Finance faces liquidation

IRD seeks liquidation for ex-Warkworth Glass

New call to wind up Roseneath Properties

Radisich seeks liquidations for NZ
Wholesale Vehicles

Barclay to head Urbus Property Management

Thurston Air Conditioning in liquidation

Azooma folds

World property: Mirvac completes Riverside Quay acquisition

Sydney Air Force depot for redevelopment

US builder sells 33% more homes

Hanson adds to US aggregates business

Lend Lease plans 76ha Greenwich redevelopment

Six Continents turns into Intercontinental

US Apollo fund targets Europe

Mirvac diversifies

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Snapshot of the Week, to 21 December 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: Auckland council adopts brothels bylaw

Listeds: Ronin to take most of National Provident’s AMP NZ Office stake, half of trust management

Macquarie Goodman to take over Colonial trust; Units sell at 94c as Macquarie Goodman takeover gets OK

Local business: Current account deficit up 37% over year

Terms of trade slip in September quarter

Local property: Whenuapai workshops to follow public consultation

Maori land: Judge rules Matauri X can’t wriggle out of mortgage

Penrose: PFI buys Carter Holt recycling facility

Statistics: Migrant flow slows again in November

Auckland occupancy heads Wellington for a change

Statistics NZ projects ethnic population changes

U: Reserved decision on van Nieuwkoop appeal

Chandler & Draskovich Developments folds

ADB (ex-Jacobi Enterprises) folds

Kone Investments faces liquidation

IRD pursues Knock’s Kel-Ren Cleaning Services

Alexeichiks’ A&D International faces liquidation

Bradfords on the Shore folds

Receivers at ITM Glen Eden

Shoreham Properties folds

Cary’s Aspil folds

L&J Floorsanding folds

Casino Carpark folds

3 of Mark Wall’s companies fold

JL England Builders folds

Dimension Kitchens liquidators seek to wind up Ede’s Seleni

Tranzpac Agency folds

Joy Industries gets adjournment

CDL Hotels now seeking to wind up Zip Internet

Piermark Homes settles 1, faces another

2 apply to wind up Hamill Refrigeration

Enviroequip gets adjournment

Fixwell Engineers wound up

Vortec Energy wound up

GN Design to settle

NZ Outdoor Manufacturing argues over interest on claim

Nelson Laboratories wound up

MWM settles with IRD

Drain Shift folds

Cleary puts tax proposal

Auckland Taxation Service to settle with IRD

IRD accepts Group CDA Design proposal

ARM Security Systems folds

Jolly Farmer, Kaizen & Civic to settle

Zvonomir to settle

Broadbeach Construction to settle

Director’s illness hinders Glamis Quality Care sale

Charter Holdings to settle

Corporate Dial A Driver folds

Mercer Ferry Properties folds

IRD pursues Empire Leasing

Showa folds

Mertos folds

TRD (ex-Redwood ITM) folds after business sold

Ntreh & Clegg’s Devolution faces liquidation

NZ Bridge gets adjournment

Corporate & Domestic Protection settles 1, faces IRD

Talyancich’s Bedford to settle

Chivalry Holdings wound up

AAAAAA Abacus Drainage faces liquidation, business for sale

Denning Properties settles

Night Owl Systems wound up

Delirium Holdings wound up

Plant & Machinery Sales settles 1, faces another

Simpson Grierson seeks liquidation for Clode Consulting

Club Dome wound up

Nelson Restaurant (ex-Praxis Café) wound up

Clovernook Residential Home puts tax proposal

Swagat Indian restaurant wound up

Gee’s Tranzpac Agency faces liquidation

Tourism Marine folds

Downey calls shots at Mountain View Developments

Unlisted funds: AMP to buy more Supa Centa properties

Unlisted public companies: While the Takeover Panel’s out to lunch, no free lunch for Tri-City investors

Wellington: AMP office trust confirms Pastoral House buy

World property: Manhattan’s Freedom Tower unveiled

CNL Hospitality buys landmark del Coronado

Taubman sells Biltmore

New master-planned town for Brisbane-Coast corridor

CountryWide buys 4 more in US

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Snapshot of the Week, to 6 April 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:

Bayswater: Judge uses bizarre reasoning to keep Queen’s chain at Bayswater

External links: Queensgate Apartments

The Vincent

70 Surrey

Hubsite

Ascent Apartments

Atrium Towers

ING NZ

McCallum Petterson

National Association of Industrial & Office Properties

NAIOP mould report

NAIOP Southern Californian branch

Commercial Property News

Building Design & Construction

Real Estate Index

Property & Portfolio Research

Global Real Analytics

National Real Estate Investor online

Real Estate Forum

Globe St

RealShare Conferences

Torto Wheaton Research

Loopnet
Grubb & Ellis national forecast

GE Capital real estate

CoStar Group

Six Continents

Government websites homepage

Government organisations A-Z

Local business: Air NZ cuts flights

February trade balance slashed, December gdp up 0.8% for 4.4% annual growth

North Shore snapshot: Pollution officer wants concrete run-off kept out of drains

Council seeks legal advice on airbase use

Council improves electronic file access

Annual plan hearings scheduled

Shore economy grew 4.7% in March 2002 year, says Infometrics

Panmure: Last of the Panmure forums hung up on a cakemixer

Statistics: February consent figures mostly positive

U: Receiver of income for Marcus Friedlander’s Satellite

MacRae of Valentines’ Petone Investments folds

Tidy-up of old Cornerstone & ASA Crone companies

5 Mawhinney companies wound up, 4 new trusts in action

Moore Living wound up

Company facing IRD liquidation call says department now owes it $17,000

Best’s dispute with Coldfield heads to hearing

St Arnoud Brasserie wound up

Carelink Nursing Bureau wound up

Russell awarded costs as IRD withdraws

Sheepys wound up

Van der Lee liquidator withdraws action against directors’ new company

Candy Textiles seeks settlement

Complete Property Maintenance wound up

Dymock withdraws but Penguin still pursues Todd companies

Merino Socks 1991 folds ahead of IRD call

Kwon’s UFO Mobile wound up

Moon’s GT Enterprises wound up

Auckland Card Board Boxes wound up

Hornsby Saleyards Road wound up

Brown Properties folds

Power closes Salesworks International

Taradale Hamilton folds, Whistler added to resorts’ liquidation list

Heaven closes Red Bluff Rise

Public examination for Richard Ord

Larry Eade bankrupt

More Marama and Greenstone companies wound up

Fountain Residential folds

Watt’s E-Max folds

Blue Waves goes under

World business: Turning 6000 hopefuls into 200 successes

World property: Simon/Westfield bid for Taubman falters

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Snapshot of the Week, to 8 September 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: Consents fixtures committee shifts to Tuesdays

Parnell Cricket Club wants better spectators’ area

Conrad reduces Day St project parking

Mt Hobson gets consent for 32-unit Newton project

Mt Eden church gets café consent

Rouse plans Belgium St café on Waiheke

Mobil gets non-notification for St Heliers pumps upgrade

External links: Travel Tech Publishing Ltd

Letsbookit Ltd

Destination-NZ.com Ltd

Forest City Enterprises Inc

Gandel Retail Trust

Listeds: Warehouse aftertax profit up 36% to $82 million

Update: No listing for Savoy rights issue

Travel growth to stay at 3-5%, says airport company

Airport company fires more shots at Commerce Commission

Metlifecare surplus up 36%

Listeds – Australia: Update: Mirvac raises Colonial offer; Mirvac reckons it’s offering A11c bid margin
for Colonial trust

Local business: Restraining order halts GPG’s Rubicon bid
Councils can sell out of UnitedNetworks

Local property: Council seeks eastern corridor expressions of interest

Capital Properties rights issue 87.4%
subscribed

National takes over Newmarket management

Health board wants operator for hospital parks plus a new parking building

Newton: Mt Hobson gets consent for 32-unit Newton project

North Shore: Agreement reached on Rosedale wastewater operations

Panmure: Next stage of Panmure plan starts

propbd Diary – Listeds: Auckland International Airport Ltd special meeting

Securities Commission: Securities Commission bars Lakeland Wealth Creators scheme with $8 million invested in it

Statistics: July retail sales up 8.7%

U: Albert
Fanshawe 62 in voluntary liquidation

DMB Entertainment gets long settlement

Flowmotion in voluntary liquidation as receivers seek retentions release

Liquidation move on Liguori’s Circuit Graphix goes to hearing

Legend Balustrades gets adjournment

Habitat Construction gets adjournment

Titirangi Electrical Services wound up

McCarthy Hamilton withdraws 2 more applications against Cook/Hinton companies

Fairview Realty settles

Start 209 settles with Wiri Timber

Dukes wound up

Rix CNG wound up

Sarb Construction wound up

Bridgecorp puts receiver in at Elkhishin’s Takiron

Creditors’ meeting for Ellcourt Developments

Receiver of income for Clode Ponsonby Rd company

Ballyhoo Else in receivership

MedCentre in voluntary liquidation

IRD seeks liquidation for Flash Cleaning

Phillips forms new company as Karaka Cable back in court

IRD seeks liquidation for Manpower Contracting

Norm Andrew liquidatedGordon Pryor’s Mega-Merger Construction in liquidation

Second Morris company Cape Hill Heights in liquidation

Rutherford’s MMW in liquidation

Countrywide Rentals company closes

World business: Chainsaw Al’s miracles were fraudulent

World property: Forest City’s net earnings fall but growth strong

Lease default costs $US50 million

Bovis-Babcock venture preferred for £1 billion UK project

Glimcher sells 13 retail properties

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Snapshot of the Week, to 29 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: Commissioner change for Waiouru road applications

Four-level mixed-use for Broadway

Kells plans Otahuhu warehouse conversion for KFC & retail

Grafton Gully outline works plan presented

Car window tinter for Beach Rd

New double-tower plan for Whitaker Pl

Office/studios plan for Cook/Sale building

Jonmer plans smaller Cheshire St development

New Newmarket café allowed

Café expansion deferred for parking check

St Heliers gym wants to expand

Listeds: PFI increases net earnings 10.2%

Listeds – Australia: Australand profit up 2.9% for half

Local business: New Mainstreet policy

Local property: Burmester cuts Southern Capital stake

Manapouri tailrace settlement

Linz to go to Oracle Tower

Restaurant Brands profit dips

Britomart carpark demolition starts

Dairy Brands sellout near completion

Statistics: June building consents hold up

U: The names behind the action Environment Court

Litigation proceedings

World business: US gdp 0.7% as inflation and business investment fall

Fujitsu warns of $NZ4.3 billion loss

J Hardie chases international tax gains

Renong restructure begins

World property: Shoppingtown World Trade Centre

BT to stage 2 on next Phillip St tower

Big rent rises at Deutsche towers

Gandel valuations raise NTA 4.5%

Sea World bid short of compulsory acquisition

5.4% revaluation gain for Deutsche trust

Amcor plans leasebacks

New Lang Walker suburb in Sydney

$HK7 billion unpaid/year in HK downturn

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Snapshot of the Week, to 21 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: Investment property demand strong, says Bayleys

Bayleys signs record $3 million of deals

Rainbow tops Bayleys list with $60 million

Remuera development site tops Total Property auction

Auckland City consent activity: Auckland City consent activity, 12 April 2002: Update, consent for Charlotte St

Dickens St application goes to hearing

Foodtown supermarket approved for Oriental Markets site

Sanctuary’s new Whitaker Place apartments proposal approved

Pesky right-of-way conditions removed for house sale

Southcorp’s Rosebank Rd subdivision approved

Non-notified hearing for extra Argyle St corner house

Consent to bond levy

Waiheke storage project approved

Waiheke subdivision approved

Housing market rise over-hyped, says BNZ economist: Housing market rise over-hyped, says BNZ economist

Listeds: PFI reports strong returns on steady growth

Local business: Reserve Bank raises interest rate ¼%

CPI up 0.6% for quarter, 2.6% for year

Food prices up 0.4% in month, 5.5% over year

Bus priority network to expand

Fletcher Building & Forests stick with ASX

Local property: CPO restoration starts 29 April

Pensioner housing a strategic asset

Shore planners win 2 awards

National trust adds to Tauranga purchase

Newmarket trust sells carpark

North Shore consent activity: Update: correction on Paremoremo cells (they have to be removed after trials)

Property Council awards: Chancery proves a winner

Statistics: Continuing migrant inflow includes substantial Kiwi displacement

Great month for hotels, but backpacker rise continues

U: McDonough staves off liquidation

DANZ settles with Tompkins Wake

New Commercial Co gets adjournment

Koppers Engineering wound up

Hong Sung settles

Metal Roofing services wound up

RSM Developments wound up

Compromise reached at Construction
Administration Services

Oney Trading wound up

McMillan’s Waitomo Caves Hotel wound up

RSM Management & RSM Security wound up

IRD gets liquidator at struck-off Pacific Highliners

Thermal Systems wound up

IRD seeks liquidation for Swinglift Services, CFD Holdings, Chas Burry, Investments Syndicates

Cooper & Bridgman liquidate Ellcourt
Knaggs winds up holding company

McAlpine & Wiltshire wind up DA

Layne Stephens winds up Aitken Investments

Wellington: Bayleys Wellington sales

World business: SEC alleges flexible accounting procedures at Xerox

World property: Analysts suggest restructure makes TrizecHahn ripe for takeover

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Snapshot of the Week, to 15 June 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: City aims to raise footpath standards

Listeds: PFI hits 100% occupancy

Listeds – Australia: Multiplex & Malaysian group to list investor in syndicates

Local business: Pero buys back rest of his mortgage company

Tolls raises Tranz Rail bid

Rail boss says road forum criticism grossly inaccurate

Council introduces peer review process for capex

Local property: AMP trust pulls out of ASB Centre buy

$12 million upgrade for Kelly Tarlton’s

Act looks at house price bubble

ING raises Kiwi stake

Papakura snapshot: Mayor outlines state of plan changes

Rural charrettes in early 2004

propbd Diary – Listeds Offshore: MacDow buyout meetings

Rosebank Peninsula: Roadshow signs up for PFI’s Peninsula Business Park

Statistics: Office capital returns get closer to positive

Hotels trail motels/apartments & backpackers in April

Barfoot says house & rental markets stabilized in May

Sylvia Park: Iwi agreement paves way for Sylvia Park development

U: Akita Group in liquidation

Borg Construction faces liquidation

Marina Properties folds

Howick Engineering closes

IRD pursues trustee of bankrupt David Ward’s family trust

Glow Holdings faces liquidation

IRD seeks liquidation for Real

Receivers at Cardiac owner Molloy’s Sugar Bar

Everworth Construction hangs in

Adjournments for TE Construction & TE Business centre

Lasike settles

Paritai Developments wound up

Claxton Homes wound up

Westnorth gets adjournment

Clayburn Developments settles

Planet Health Fitness gets adjournment

Affordable Commercial Rentals gets adjournment

Northcross Dental Care settles

Tamarind Engineering gets adjournment

McKay Security gets adjournment

Ntreh’s Business Systems gets adjournment

Trade Securities wound up

Move to wind up Marty Brooke Plumbing struck out

Hamill Refrigeration gets adjournment

Coastal Landscaping settles

DM settles

15 Ayson/Ashby companies in court

Receivers at Australasian Building Group

World business: UTC to buy Chubb

World property:

Westfield secures AMP Shopping Centre Trust

Ariadne heads group buying Brisbane council offices

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