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Seismic fractures appear between govt and council

Chris Hutching for NBR NZ Property Investor
Wed, 31 Oct 2012

The honeymoon between the government and Christchurch City is over.

Last week, Finance Minister Bill English spoke at a local function where he complained that if the city council were a company it would be in danger of receivership at the behest of its main creditor – the

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Chris Hutching for NBR NZ Property Investor
Wed, 31 Oct 2012
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