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About 40 protesters have gathered at the property of an Auckland state house tenant fighting to stay in her home of 20 years.
The Ministry for Social Development has apologised for saying a homeless family in emergency motel accommodation had been repeatedly evicted. Video
The government is set to sell thousands of state homes in Christchurch, and John Key's childhood home could be among them. Video
In a first of its type in this country, a cheaper housing option is to be available for the capital's most vulnerable residents.
A surprise $300 million cash injection into the emergency housing is not enough to fix the problem, housing groups say. Audio
The government insists there is no housing crisis in New Zealand despite a surprise announcement yesterday of a $300 million injection for emergency housing.
The government will spend $300 million on emergency housing, funding an extra 1400 places around the country, the Minister for Social Housing says. Video
The Social Housing Minister Paula Bennett says the government's 300 million dollar injection for emergency housing isn't an admission that the housing sector is in crisis. Audio
Two government agencies are at loggerheads over the meth testing of state homes. Audio
About 100 families and individuals have taken up the government's offer of financial help to move out of Auckland.
Land earmarked for a school in south Auckland is to be developed into transitional housing for up to 250 people. Audio
The government will redevelop an Auckland state housing area to create hundreds of new affordable homes. Video
The Social Housing Minister says she got the calculations wrong about how much money was needed to build new social housing in Auckland.
A social housing advocacy group intends to seek a judicial review of the government's plan to sell more than 1000 state houses in Tauranga.
A real estate company suggested housing homeless people in tents and warehouses in an urgent report for the government. Audio
Accessible Properties, the country's biggest non-government housing provider, is finalising its purchase agreement for 1124 state houses in Tauranga. Audio
Twelve applicants in need of social housing have so far received the government's $5000 grant to move out of Auckland. Video
A memo from Housing NZ suggests Queenstown's "resort/lifestyle environment" is "incompatible" with social housing, prompting anger from providers.
More people without homes whose parents also faced homelessness are seeking help, Auckland emergency housing provider DePaul House says.
The Prime Minister John Key says the government's relocation grant for Aucklanders in social housing enables them to move somewhere that 'suits their lifestyle.' Audio