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  • Construction Of Bridge Over Waitemata Construction

    Project background Auckland is the largest city and main transport or business hub of New Zealand. Moreover it is a financial capital of New Zealand most of the economy of the country based on this city. St Marys Bay and Northcote are the two suburb of Auckland and its population in 2006 was 2,481 (1) and 4,122 (2). It is estimated by government of New Zealand that major structure breakdown will occur during upcoming ten years. New Zealand government found that lack of connection between two suburbs and people have to chosen an alternative transport method for example ferry and floating pontoons (3) or reduce their trips across the harbour because the car trip was too inconvenient via the long route to reach St Marys Bay to Northcote suburb…

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  • Tim Jones: A Short Story

    Victorian countryside. Tim saw the train approach another tunnel, and was glad to get out of the raging bushfire. Inside the tunnel, he once again heard the whirring of the hands on the clock face, spinning even faster than last time but this time coming to a rest at the 19th of March 1932. He saw the light at the end of the tunnel once again, but this time it was a calmer, ocean blue light. The train exited the tunnel and Tim was bedazzled with the intense rays of the morning sun breaking the…

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  • Beer Consumption Essay

    Auckland International campus GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN HOTEL MANAGEMENT PROJECT PROPOSAL ON Beer Consumption Trends of the People in Auckland, New Zealand STUDENT NAME: Rajan Sigdel STUDENT ID: 1000019226 JANUARY 2016 Academic supervisor: Mr. Freddy Bariava INTRODUCTION and BACKGROUND Being a multicultural country, New Zealand is largely seen as a cautious society regarding alcohol use. But with the passage of time, traditional sanctions and caste-bound restraints have disappeared. The…

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  • Essay On Osteoarthritis

    more deprived areas (Waitemata District Health Board, 2011).8.9% of the DHB population is Maori, 7.3% Pacific and 14.2% are Asian. The bulk of the Maori population and the big majority of the Pacific population live in Waitakere. There is a higher number of more deprived areas in Waitakere city compared to the North Shore or Rodney areas (Waitemata District Health Board, 2009). d) Relevant publically funded health institutions, their locations and access There are two PHOs in the Waitemata…

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  • Why Architecture Matters By Paul Goldberger

    instance of such. Goldberger believes that “the nature and the feel of the space within a building can mean as much as anything else about the building, and sometimes more “He proposes that this feeling is important as interior space is largely portrayed by the function of the building, this suggests that the interior of a building should and does impose are larger emotional response than the form. Paul Goldberger also mentions in “Architecture as Space”. Space can feel “large, small, open,…

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  • The Importance Of Urban Planning

    100G/101, 2015). Advancements in transport, building material, science and more meant planners could extent the limits of their design and scale of their plans. Therefore planning is heavily influenced by technology and urbanisation and within my academic essay I will outline the pressures and opportunities technology created during the 19th century. By comparing two similar cities, their developments in that time period and discussing what it meant for that cities future. The city I have chosen…

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  • The Impact Of Tourism Attractions In New Zealand

    After two weeks of showing Moira and Jeffery Smith around Auckland, it is clear that there are some elements that need to be improved on, in order to meet the expectation of tourists, with the same demands as the Smiths. The Smiths were part of New Zealand’s major target market sector, the premier tourist, the High Net-Worth Individuals, tourists whose daily spend immensely exceeds the average visitor spend. Satisfying this sector is vastly important to New Zealand, as it has the ability to…

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  • Aspects Of The CAGES Model

    positively and negatively. Within the context of Auckland, I have continuously felt disengaged with this largely Eurocentric society of Auckland, being from a mixed ethnic background Iranian culture has a huge influence on my life. This links in with gender, and class and how these branches of the model link in with the society of Auckland in relation to myself. The Iranian embassy (2010) estimate 8000 Iranians living in New Zealand, I am part of this statistic, and this number has most…

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  • Armed Force Research Paper

    TASK 4(P4):- Discuss the effect of loading structural material 1) You need to discuss the effect of compressive force, tensile force, shear force, bending force on structural member 1) Timber: Compressive force on timber: - The effect of a compressive force on a timber is a change in structure of a material and to carry a load within its limits. Tensile force on timber: - The tensile force is the pulling force exerted on both the ends of a timber. Both the ends of a timber will undergo…

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  • Land Clearance Engineers In Vietnam

    equipment and bases. They needed to train up all different engineer jobs and get the equipment from all the engineer reserve unit. With all the different MOS’s there were two engineer jobs that were an asset Bridge and Land Clearance Engineers. There were many different missions for both types of engineers. There were miles and miles of new and old bridges that need to be constructed or repaired. Land Clearance teams had thousands of acres of dense jungles that needed to be cleared. With all the…

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