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Just days after the Alliance announcement, AIAL revealed that it will further delay the construction of a planned second runway.
Tainui will act as lead developer and investor with a majority interest in the joint venture and AIAL will hold a minority interest.
The AIAL upgrade was reportedly completed in January 2006 and included a new hardware installation, as well as an upgraded server operating environment and the deployment of Oracle Database.
For a discussion of the various ways that rights, duties and liabilities plays in the various elements of a judicial review action at the Commonwealth level see generally Daniel Stewart, 'Non-Statutory Review of Private Decisions by Public Bodies' (2005) 47 AIAL Forum 17.
A policeman was killed, another policeman and a civilian wounded on Monday night when a police vehicle struck a roadside bomb in Tori area on the outskirts of Tirinkot, the capital of Uruzgan, said Farid Aial, provincial police spokesman.
Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) has made a NZ$5.6 billion (US$4.46 billion) proposal to acquire a share of between 51% and 60% in Auckland International Airport Limited (AIAL).
Auckland International Airport Limited (AIAL) has received notice from Air New Zealand of a claim regarding judicial review of the setting of new airport prices including replacement of the airport development charge with a passenger service charge payable by the airlines.
(2) Chris Field 'The fourth branch of government: the evolution of integrity agencies and enhanced government accountability' (2013) 72 AIAL Forum, 1.
(315) This Part draws on Jim Davis, 'Misfeasance in Public Office, Exemplary Damages and Vicarious Liability' (2010) 64 AIAL Forum 59.
The extensive upgrade and expansion marks the partial completion of a NZ$42 million (US$28.9m) project to modemise the domestic terminal facilities and is part of an extreme makeover being undertaken jointly by Auckland International Airport Limited (AIAL) and its main tenant Air New Zealand (ANZ).