Articles: Letters From The Publisher
Most people wait until spring to even THINK about improving their gardens and outdoor living areas and they look pretty suspicious when I tell them that NOW is the best time to do the major things to your garden.
In just about all cultures, it is traditional to throw a party when the roof is installed onto a new house and here in New Zealand, this party is called a “roof shout”. As you can imagine the Property Plus team gets invited to many of these celebrations.
This week’s issue of PropertyPlus is right on the money, making it as much as spending it.
I wish we could have daylight saving year-round.
As I am writing this column the rain is beating down on the roof and the northerly winds are howling around the building. I can safely say that summer has come to an end and winter is making its entry with a lot of commotion.
Idon’t know about everybody else but I can feel autumn in the air.
Kaipara In Receivership, NRC Likely To Go Too
It appears we’re building bridges going by the recently released press statement from the Whangarei District Council where they announced that two major Lower Hatea River Crossing sub-contracts totalling $1.9million have been let to local companies, McKay Electrical and McRae Engineering.
In this week’s edition of PropertyPlus, we continue our safari to the beautiful Bream Bay area and we turn our focus to Marsden in particular.
Let us start with an old but true cliché; time flies! The more one does the faster it seems to go. In this issue of PropertyPlus – issue number 158 to be exact, we commemorate the fact that precisely three years ago, in June 2009, the first issue of PropertyPlus rolled hot of the press.
I landed right on time last Friday night after a long, but smooth, flight from Amsterdam to Auckland.
Well here I am back at 30.000 feet, but this time winging my way back.
The war has started and WE WANT YOU.
By the time this issue of PropertyPlus has hit the stands, for the 153rd time, I shall more than likely be sipping a nice Cognac at 30,000 feet whilst winging my way back to Europe to visit my parents in Maastricht (NL). It’s been a long time since I have had a decent break so I am looking forward to it immensely and will, on return, be sharing my experiences, so watch this space.
It’s all happening at The Quarry Arts Centre.