Fri, 13 Jul 2012 6:32p.m.
The National Bank has had a branch in Kurow for more than 100 years, but it chose an ominous day to close the doors for good.
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14/07/2012 4:46:04 p.m.
Why have the National Bank just bit the bullet and done the work to keep the building up to spec , shurely they have a ressponsability to keep it up as a heritage building and as well as a moral one to the people there instead of just abandoning it.
14/07/2012 3:05:43 p.m.
Fair NZer wrote:
Every bank branch needs to make a profit...either to please or bid farewell her shareholders.
13/07/2012 6:49:39 p.m.
hi if they think thats bad they need to checkout buildings in Dunedin.
as some buildings here look worse then some in christchurch. and if there was an earthquake here in Dunedin there would be alot more fatalities in Dunedin than there were in christchurch.
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