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Monday 24th December 2007

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Diary Dates

Monday, 24 December 2007 to Monday, 31 December 2007

Monday, 24 December
MCH - Mr Chips Holdings Limited Ex Div 5 cps
NZT - NZ Investment Trust plc Ex Div 7.5 pps
CYTPA – Commence trading on the NZSX Market.

Tuesday, 25 December
Christmas Day NZX Closed

Wednesday, 26 December
Boxing Day NZX Closed

Monday, 31 December
BBI - Babcock & Brown Infrastructure Record Date Interim Dividend


New Zealand Companies - Meeting Dates

Friday, 21 December 2007 to Tuesday, 12 February 2008

Issuer  Type  Date  Location  Time  

+Propertyfinance Group LimitedASM21/12Institute of Chartered Accountants of New Zealand, 27-33 OhinerauStreet, Remuera, Auckland2.00pm
*Canterbury Building SocietyASM23/01Heron Lounge Hotel Ashburton5.00pm
*Loan and Building SocietyASM23/01Heron Lounge Hotel Ashburton5.00pm
Sanford LimitedAGM30/01Auckland Fish Market at Sanford Limited, 22 Jellicoe Street, Freeman’s Bay, Auckland2.00pm
Affco Holdings Limited AGM31/01Ngaruawahia Golf Club, Great South Road, Ngaruawahia2.00pm
Tower LimitedAGM12/02Ellerslie Events Centre, 80-100 Ascot Avenue, Greenlane East, Auckland10.00am


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