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  • was most befitting of his character and as fitting a tribute as all could make it. The humour, sorrow and genuine esteem in which Ken was, and is, held was most appropriate. Setting a 75-year Heathcote
  • the Loop and those wanting to retain its character, with some development. She won a major court case against the local hotel, which wanted to impose a major expansion on the neighbourhood. She was a
  • investigative writing by some of the country’s very best investigators… (such as Owen Wilkes. See my obituary of him in Watchdog 109, August 2005, which can be read online at http://www.converge.org.
  • exciting year for him that he decided that he needed a good long lie down. So he retired and, that same year, moved to the Riccarton flat where he lived out the rest of his life (never spending a night
  • a showdown between an aggressive corporation with good public relations and Nelson and Judith Bell, other characters in this sad drama, with all sorts of murky motives, had no incentive to respect a husband
  • including the CAFCA committee, to the best of his abilities. Once Met, Never Forgotten Inevitably, somebody like Reg gets described as a “character”. In his case, that’s like saying the Pope’
  • Jordan Williams, is one of the very unpleasant characters involved (see “Dirty Politics” for relevant information, op. cit.). Given recent revelations, several former members of the VRWC have scrambled
  • resources to cut costs and enable unions to work together better. As in the public arena, she was not afraid to call out union leaders when she thought they were working against the interests of the
  • Harold gave Owen a character reference when he was later on trial in Sweden, on much more serious charges). The best way to refresh your memory about these turbulent years is to view Vanguard Films’
  • they can’t be. Human memory isn’t that good). Lange wrote, pointing out that a flat tax gambit from Douglas had “bound the Government either to make large numbers of low and middle income people