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Long-term residents of a holiday park in Whakatāne say they are being kicked out of their homes and have nowhere else to go because the council is reviewing occupancy rules.
A single mum who has waited five years to get into public housing is now paying hundreds of dollars in double rent - with Kainga Ora charging her while she wraps up her private tenancy.
Nights' regular Economist, Brian Easton thinks that the government's recent housing package may work, but wonders if it will do enough. Audio
On the Weekend Panel this morning are the media commentator Josie Pagani and the former leader of United Future, Peter Dunne. They discuss the worth of daylight saving, homelessness in New Zealand… Audio
The city hosted an Accessible Housing Forum today and several politicians heard harrowing stories from those living with disabilities.
Don't forget about us, we need homes too. That's the message from those living with disabilities in Dunedin.
The city hosted an Accessible Housing Forum today and several politicians heard harrowing… Audio
Opinion: The government must take state housing seriously as a tool for helping solve the housing crisis - especially for low-to-average income earners who were ignored in its housing package…
The latest monthly increase means house prices have risen 16.1 percent in a year - the biggest jump since 2006. Audio
CoreLogic has crunched the numbers, and house prices continue to climb.
According to their House Price Index - the most complete measure of change in the market - nationwide values increased by a… Audio
The government has not ruled out attempting to control the country's soaring rents perhaps in the form of rent caps. National says caps don't work, but a renters group says they are effective. Audio
The mortgage deferral scheme winds up on Wednesday almost a year after it was introduced.
The scheme was rolled out in response to the pandemic to help mortgage holders experiencing hardship to defer… Audio
Property investors have been vocal in their opposition to new housing policy announced by the government, and say rent hikes are an inevitable consequence.
Some renters are already reporting… Audio
National Party leader Judith Collins says her deputy’s decision not to get a public vaccination early is his own to explain.
The Government is allowing ministers and spokespeople who hold portfolios… Audio
A $7.5 million project to build 25 new pensioner flats in Masterton has found favour with residents at the council-owned Panama Village.
The government's being warned off even contemplating capping rent increases, saying that would be a further devastating blow to property investors.
The impact on rents is just one of the topics that… Audio
The Opposition is calling on the Finance Minister to specifically rule out any move to cap rent rises.
Precinct Properties is taking back control of its management from AMP at a net cost of $145 million, which it said would save ongoing management fees.
A group of New Lynn residents are fighting against Auckland Council's potential plans to rezone and sell a reserve in their street to raise revenue. Audio
A building sector advocate says Carter Holt Harvey's decision to stop supplying timber to some top retailers will add to the "logistical nightmare" the industry is already facing.
Mike Craig from the… Audio
A squadron of investors and economists blitzed the airwaves following the government's big housing announcement, often drowning out other voices. Audio