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  Reply # 2094234 21-Sep-2018 07:57
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kingdragonfly:
How many NZ homes have central heating and cooling, and double large garages? Not many.

 

Er....most had double garages once you know.

 

My 80sqm one in Glendene.

 

My mums 130sqm one in Napier, now.  And a carport and 2 other sheds. No not 1/4 acre.

 

Most family and friends also.

 

I did notice way down South at the bottom of the country there tended to be the very long type garages as opposed to 2 cars side by side type.

 

And full of junk, rather than cars.

 

Central heating? Well parts of NZ have cold winters, a lot do not.

 

meh, rather have a wood burner.




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  Reply # 2095156 23-Sep-2018 16:26
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https://www.justfacts.com/healthcare.asp

A 2017 survey of 15 USA midwest (inexpensive) hospitals found that the daily price of a typical hospital room ranged from NZ $1,391 to NZ $4,985, with the average being NZ $2,907"

For those interested of it it costs for average annual personal healthcare in the US per person

Age Group (Years)

0–18 ...... NZ $5,301

19–44 ...... NZ $6,653

45–64 ...... NZ $9,513

65–84 ...... NZ $25,182

85+ ...... NZ $48,374

All ages ...... NZ $11,290

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