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The Ministry for Social Development has apologised for saying a homeless family in emergency motel accommodation had been repeatedly evicted. Video
Tuaine Murray has been living in a motel after leaving her HNZ property out of fear. WINZ has been paying $2300 for a motel for the family over the past few weeks. Now they're moving to another motel.
A family who have been moving around motels for most of the year while they wait for a state house, are now living in a motel costing $2,300 a week, with Work and Income footing the bill. Video, Audio
A homeless family in Auckland is moving from a motel to a marae because they say WINZ won't pay for their accommodation anymore. Video, Audio
Some families already thousands in debt to WINZ for emergency motel housing remain in the same accommodation block, with their loans mounting. Video, Audio
A family that has required extensive emergency housing is over $50,000 in debt to WINZ after remaining in a motel unit for many months. Audio