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The government has received 40 complaints of landlords breaching the requirement to insulate their rental properties in the first week of the new law.
Auckland Council has given the owner of a "third world swamp house" 10 days to fix the issues or face a fine of up to $200,000. Zac Fleming reports. Video, Audio
A European diplomat is arguing she's covered by diplomatic immunity and wants a Tenancy Tribunal case thrown out against her. Eva Tvarozkova represented the European Union in New Zealand and leased a… Audio
A diplomat is arguing she's covered by diplomatic immunity and wants a Tenancy Tribunal case thrown out against her.
A decision by a Dunedin District Court may prove to be a game changer for landlords.
The rights and obligations of both tenants and landlords are changing, and both groups are being asked for feedback. Audio
A Manurewa social worker says substandard rental homes are a fact of life for many people in the wake of an Auckland landlord's prosecution for renting out an unconsented garage. Audio
The Tenancy Tribunal has made its first ruling on an Airbnb case, and it's ruled in favour of the landlord. The tribunal has ruled that sub-letting a rental property on the online accommodation… Audio
The government is considering legislating to overturn a court ruling that makes landlords liable for accidental damage by tenants.
While affordable housing is fast becoming a hot political issue, Otago University is urging the Government not to forget the lot of the country's increasing number of renters. Audio