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Saving the farms … but from whom?

With the dramatic news of South Canterbury Finance's demise yesterday, a group of property developments, lawyers and accountants are still working on “saving the farms.”The irony of the Save the Farms campaign, launched last week with a call t

NBR staff
Thu, 02 Sep 2010

With the dramatic news of South Canterbury Finance’s demise yesterday, a group of property developments, lawyers and accountants are still working on “saving the farms.”

The irony of the Save the Farms campaign, launched last week with a call to block the sale of sensitive land to foreigners, is

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NBR staff
Thu, 02 Sep 2010
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