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Investors who bought a house today will have scraped in on avoiding the government's extension to the brightline test.
Any property purchases, that are not the family home, made from next week, will… Audio
Opinion - 'The Housing Crisis' saga defies all genre norms - somehow managing to be farce, tragedy and a drama about real people's lives all at the same time, Anna Rawhiti-Connell writes.
Real estate agents say the government's housing announcements are causing angst and confusion amongst property investors, with some dropping listings or trying to rush sales through.
Whole sectors of the construction industry are being propped up by illegal exploited foreign workers according to Immigration New Zealand.
Ten Chinese nationals are being deported after they were… Video, Audio
In an attempt to help people buy their first home, the government has eased restrictions on First Home Grants and Loans.
Both are subject to property value caps. In Auckland, that cap will increase… Video, Audio
The government's new housing fix-it package will do nothing to help first home buyers according to a market expert who says it time to go back to the drawing board.
The suite of changes includes… Video, Audio
Disability campaigners gathered on the steps of Parliament today asking to have a seat at the table.
A quarter of the population have disabilities - but campaigners say they are not represented in… Video, Audio
Auckland Councillor Efeso Collins has hit out at the show for its depiction of Māori and Pacific men. Production company Screentime emphatically denies accusations of racist framing.
Kiwis are gambling more than ever before - with approximately $250 million spent at the pokies in final months of 2020.
That's the highest figure on record, according to new data from the Ministry of… Audio
Corrections has admitted it could be in for a hefty compensation bill, over the treatment of women in its custody.
Minister Kelvin Davis has ordered an urgent overhaul and review of women's prisons… Audio
TVNZ is being told it should scrap the reality show 'Police Ten 7' because it is guilty of racist stereotyping.
The Race Relation's Commissioner Meng Foon says the show is "biased" and "racist" -… Audio
The Waitangi Tribunal is being told the government needs to apologise for failing to ensure Māori have adequate housing.
The hearing into how the Crown has perpetuated Māori homelessness is underway… Audio
Auckland Women's Prison faces a major overhaul of the way it handles inmates after revelations by RNZ about the degrading and inhumane treatment of Mihi Bassett and other women at the prison.
… Video, Audio
President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are visiting Georgia to meet with Asian-American community leaders after a deadly shooting rampage in the state.
A well-known face in the Wellington comedy scene will be making quite the entry in a show that will also celebrate his 30th birthday. Audio
The dreams New Zealand teenagers have for the future are, according to new research, limited by gender and racial stereotypes.
Researchers from the University of Canterbury interviewed hundreds of… Audio
The Wellington City Mission has partnered with New World to create a social supermarket where those in need of help can now come and choose their own groceries, rather than being given a food parcel… Audio
The police are investigating whether they are biased against Māori.
It's launched a long term research project with Waikato University and a criminal justice advocate looking at how the police can… Audio
Confusion remains over how police are using photos they take of teenagers, mostly Maori, without getting proper informed consent.
That's despite the Police Commissioner speaking up yesterday and… Audio
Western nations' moves to block generic Covid-19 vaccines for African nations will prolong the pandemic, charities based in the continent say.