Results from This Site: 71 - 80 of 94 total results for good character
  • and being of "good character", the only part of the rationale not suppressed by the OIC is as follows: "Puketiti Station is described as a large back country station which has been on the market for
  • of the company. It has fallen foul of the "good character" or "bad boy" laws of a number of U.S. states. For example, Indiana refused a permit to a Waste Management subsidiary, an associate attorney for
  • ensuring that land having a special nature or character or in a significant location remains in New Zealand ownership; ensuring that the acquisition of rural land by overseas interests will provide significant
  • out the best of us as New Zealanders. The more than $400,000 raised in a month to support the workers and the countless acts of kindness and solidarity showed a nation united against a simple unfairness.
  • Rees-Mogg and Davidson are two very unpleasant characters who want to profit from the sufferings, misery, hunger and poverty of most of humankind. How then can they possibly be Moore's soul-mates and
  • menstruating over characters including the Pope. Within a month it had received over 100 formal complaints and criticism from the Prime Minister, Helen Clark. It admitted it regretted airing the show
  • Not good enough apparently, it still wants more. Rio Tinto won the 2011 Roger Award for the Worst Transnational Corporation Operating In Aotearoa/New Zealand (and was runner up in both 2009 and 08).
  • 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
  • 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
  • It was difficult at the moment to secure a good supply of quality leather, the market was volatile and forecasts were hard to make", according to the chairman, Spencer Hagen. The company was "one of the