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Paying one's debts (or The Ongoing Art of Political Stupidity)

No one likes being caught saying one thing and doing another. So it’s been more than a little embarrassing for Andrew Little to have been talking up the need for Labour to reach out to small business and contractors, only to be busted for not having paid a contractor’s $950 invoice for four months. 536 more words


More than little late to pay

NBR columnist David Cohen wrote in the print edition of the paper last Friday that Labour leader Andrew Little hadn’t paid a bill he’d sent him. 731 more words


Cyclist Awareness

The City of Claremont is concerned about the safety of their citizens. Currently working towards an increase in active transportation among their community, they are spreading awareness among people that want to make that change and make use of their bike for their everyday destinations.   544 more words

At A Glance

Nude Bruce Review Now Listed on Poets & Writers

Beloved Nude Brucians,

We’re quite pleased to announced that our humble magazine is now listed in the Poets & Writers literary magazine database, specifically here… 45 more words


Oilfield Services Stocks May Not Have a Way to Escape Low Crude Prices

Oilfield services company Helmerich & Payne Inc. (NYSE: HP) said Wednesday that the company’s rig count will fall from its current total of 287 to around 240 by the end of this month or the beginning of February. 352 more words

Energy Business

Someone, anyone, please hack Jon Stewart's email

#jonstewart wished Iran would hack him to boost box office. #word pic.twitter.com/NtIIhQnbtE

— Donna Freydkin (@freydkin) January 7, 2015

As we have already reported, Tuesday’s NBR gala was long, crowded, hot, crowded, packed, hot but boasted some great moments of levity.

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Awards Season

Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Baker Hughes, CryoLife, Halliburton, Nabors, Red Hat, Sonus and More

Stocks were indicated higher yet again on Tuesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average in striking distance of 18,000. Investors have shown over and over that they will buy stocks that offer value or that have been overlooked. 279 more words