3 Dec 2018

First govt payouts made over flawed meth testing

From Morning Report, 7:10 am on 3 December 2018

Fifty-five people who were wrongly evicted from their Housing New Zealand homes will today get an average of almost $8000 each in compensation, and a formal apology. It is the first in a series of payments by the government after around 800 state-house tenants were booted out of their homes over a flawed meth testing policy. The Minister of Housing Phil Twyford is in our Wellington studio.