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25 Dec 2018

Know your consumer rights

Christmas is over for another year – but what happens if that much-loved gizmo that was waiting for you under the tree has gone kaput? Read more ›
22 Dec 2018

Where there’s a Will, there’s a (far less stressful) way

If I could choose for every single adult one New Year’s resolution, very high on my list would be getting your affairs in order. Read more ›
13 Dec 2018

So, you want to start an Airbnb?

With record-breaking real estate prices in and around the Upper Clutha and wider Queenstown Lakes District, it’s not surprising so many property owners have swarmed to peer-to-peer accommodation platforms, like Airbnb, to reap the rewards. Read more ›
21 Nov 2018

Protecting children after a split

A relationship breakdown can be the most testing and heart-wrenching event you’ll face across your entire lifetime – especially if there are children involved. Read more ›
14 Nov 2018

Quake-prone buildings: where are we at?

Invercargill City Council’s decision earlier this year to abruptly close the Southland Museum and Art Gallery shone the spotlight back on earthquake strengthening, and serves as a reminder to all owners and occupiers of commercial buildings of the new laws now at play. Read more ›
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