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14th Jun 19, 10:35am
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Landlords face a $4000 fine if their properties are uninsulated on July 1 – but insulation companies say time’s run out and if they haven’t done it by now, bad luck. The Spinoff's Don Rowe reports
Landlords face a $4000 fine if their properties are uninsulated on July 1 – but insulation companies say time’s run out and if they haven’t done it by now, bad luck. The Spinoff's Don Rowe reports
14th Jun 19, 10:35am
30th Jan 19, 9:38am
Strong rent growth in Wellington and Hawke's Bay last year, slower growth in Auckland, Christchurch and Dunedin
Strong rent growth in Wellington and Hawke's Bay last year, slower growth in Auckland, Christchurch and Dunedin
30th Jan 19, 9:38am
23rd Jan 19, 11:41am
Cooling house prices and rising yields in many areas are slowly changing the landscape for residential property investors
Cooling house prices and rising yields in many areas are slowly changing the landscape for residential property investors
23rd Jan 19, 11:41am
5th Oct 18, 7:24am
Housing Minister Phil Twyford backs select committee recommendation for start of letting fee ban to be brought forward to December 12
Housing Minister Phil Twyford backs select committee recommendation for start of letting fee ban to be brought forward to December 12
5th Oct 18, 7:24am
12th Sep 18, 11:46am
Submissions being sought on proposed changes to standards for rental properties and the Residential Tenancies Act
Submissions being sought on proposed changes to standards for rental properties and the Residential Tenancies Act
12th Sep 18, 11:46am
11th Jul 18, 5:53pm
Augustine Lau sent to jail for two years having littered Auckland properties with portable classrooms, houses and make-shift sewage systems to cram more tenants on to them
Augustine Lau sent to jail for two years having littered Auckland properties with portable classrooms, houses and make-shift sewage systems to cram more tenants on to them
11th Jul 18, 5:53pm
28th Jun 18, 12:23pm
Auckland Council says it has spent more than $1m on legal proceedings against property developer/manager Augustine Lau and has only been awarded $407k in costs and fines
Auckland Council says it has spent more than $1m on legal proceedings against property developer/manager Augustine Lau and has only been awarded $407k in costs and fines
28th Jun 18, 12:23pm
29th May 18, 12:05pm
A ground-breaking new report reveals NZ’s ‘moral panic’ on meth contamination in houses has been way overblown & multi millions spent on decontamination was a waste
A ground-breaking new report reveals NZ’s ‘moral panic’ on meth contamination in houses has been way overblown & multi millions spent on decontamination was a waste
29th May 18, 12:05pm
9th May 18, 7:44am
Rent rises outpacing wage growth in Auckland and Wellington but Canterbury renters are on the pig's back
Rent rises outpacing wage growth in Auckland and Wellington but Canterbury renters are on the pig's back
9th May 18, 7:44am
10th Feb 18, 8:49am
Residential rents are still rising but the rate at which they are rising dropped dramatically last year
Residential rents are still rising but the rate at which they are rising dropped dramatically last year
10th Feb 18, 8:49am
16th Nov 17, 11:25am
Housing and Urban Development Minister Phil Twyford sets out the Government's case for the Healthy Homes Guarantee Bill, National housing spokesman Michael Woodhouse responds
Housing and Urban Development Minister Phil Twyford sets out the Government's case for the Healthy Homes Guarantee Bill, National housing spokesman Michael Woodhouse responds
16th Nov 17, 11:25am
31st Aug 17, 9:22am
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Chief Human Rights Commissioner David Rutherford says we need to work together to ensure everyone in New Zealand has an adequate home to live in. 'We must leave nobody behind'
Chief Human Rights Commissioner David Rutherford says we need to work together to ensure everyone in New Zealand has an adequate home to live in. 'We must leave nobody behind'
31st Aug 17, 9:22am
30th Aug 17, 7:36am
Shamubeel Eaqub says there is a failure to think long-term by both local and central government. Local authorities are not the only ones responsible for the housing crisis, but they can do a lot, he believes
Shamubeel Eaqub says there is a failure to think long-term by both local and central government. Local authorities are not the only ones responsible for the housing crisis, but they can do a lot, he believes
30th Aug 17, 7:36am
29th Aug 17, 8:38am
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Robert Whitaker says that in order to fix housing, we must fix renting
Robert Whitaker says that in order to fix housing, we must fix renting
29th Aug 17, 8:38am
28th Aug 17, 11:26am
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University of Otago's Andrew Coleman looks at the intergenerational effects of the tax system on New Zealand’s housing markets
University of Otago's Andrew Coleman looks at the intergenerational effects of the tax system on New Zealand’s housing markets
28th Aug 17, 11:26am
27th Aug 17, 7:50am
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Esther Woodbury calls for national planning standards that take into account the housing needs of disabled people
Esther Woodbury calls for national planning standards that take into account the housing needs of disabled people
27th Aug 17, 7:50am
25th Aug 17, 9:38am
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Alan Johnson says we must acknowledge that the value of state, or publicly-owned, housing is so much more than its balance sheet worth, and significant efforts must be put into increasing our publicly funded housing stock
Alan Johnson says we must acknowledge that the value of state, or publicly-owned, housing is so much more than its balance sheet worth, and significant efforts must be put into increasing our publicly funded housing stock
25th Aug 17, 9:38am
24th Aug 17, 7:41am
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Jess Berentson-Shaw says building a large not-for-profit rental sector would rebuild NZ's foundations and realise a vision where homes are at the heart of our wellbeing
Jess Berentson-Shaw says building a large not-for-profit rental sector would rebuild NZ's foundations and realise a vision where homes are at the heart of our wellbeing
24th Aug 17, 7:41am
22nd Aug 17, 9:28am
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University of Otago public health professor Philippa Howden-Chapman says we need an informed consensus about what good quality housing looks like in New Zealand and how we can be sure it is well built and maintained
University of Otago public health professor Philippa Howden-Chapman says we need an informed consensus about what good quality housing looks like in New Zealand and how we can be sure it is well built and maintained
22nd Aug 17, 9:28am
21st Aug 17, 12:08pm
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The PSA argues it's time for a bold reimagining of how we organise, plan and deliver housing in New Zealand
The PSA argues it's time for a bold reimagining of how we organise, plan and deliver housing in New Zealand
21st Aug 17, 12:08pm

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