Results from This Site: 91 - 100 of 105 total results for good character
  • milking of the Emissions Trading Scheme is entirely in character". The extremely detailed Financial Analysis reveals that the smelter's claimed benefits to NZ, namely annual export earnings of "around
  • cost benefits and better quality products. Decision number 200320017.] Tiong family’s Neil Construction buys Tauranga land for subdivision… Neil Construction Limited, owned by the Tiong Family
  • are the motor vehicle and consumer goods warranty and credit insurance business of Autosure, according to Vero’s web site (http://www.vero.co.nz). However, Autosure’s own web site says that “Autosure
  • and the locals fear the character of the village could be changed by the tourist-related activities the Erdmans say they will develop. "They also have concerns about the adequacy of reserves normally
  • yearly and applying scientific methods to finding good music, making records, and distributing them internationally, just so I can be able to live in that house.” Tankian told the Herald: “I have
  • and proposes to bring the benefits of international best practice and substantial capital backing to this industry in New Zealand. The proposal is likely to result in increased efficiencies in the aged
  • of General Distributors Limited resulting from the better utilisation of capital which is likely to result in ongoing competitiveness and growth and expansion of supermarkets which is ultimately of benefit
  • provisions of which are designed to ensure that the character of the development as a premium lifestyle development will be maintained. COPNEL had entered into an agreement with McCashin Wines Limited
  • Their timing is good and the stock had been discounted because of the pathology business'. Carlyle and TPG arranged about $A1.5 billion in five-year loans from 17 banks, including Australia & New Zealand
  • implement a development plan that will create one of the best and most exclusive lodges in the world, while also enhancing the current scenic splendour of Wharekauhau. The Commission also is advised that