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A building surveyor who helped develop Government guidance on pre-purchase inspections warns that real estate agents should not make recommendations on inspectors as the guidance is voluntary and unaccredited inspectors are rife in the industry.
A roading engineer has admitted his role in a scheme that siphoned $178,365 from a council's coffers.
A nine-year battle by the district council to map climate-induced hazards along its coast and include them in the District Plan and LIMs has upset residents group
Whakatāne, Kawerau and Ōpōtiki district councils have called for feedback on the proposed three waters reform, which will take management of drinking water, sewerage and stormwater out of the hands of local government.
At 11:59pm on 17 August 2021 we entered a COVID 19 level 4 lockdown. We are all working from home and available to you via phone, email and video conferencing.
Major lawsuit ends with finding James Hardie cladding not to blame.
Homeowners say a law change is needed after a litigation funder backing the case pulled out halfway through the trial.
The class action against the product manufacturer, James Hardie, is due to commence on Monday 17 May.
Wellington City Council is being sued for over $100m for the failed BNZ building. It denies liability but if found liable it is able to seek indemnity or contribution from the engineers involved in the building’s construction.