Looking to buy a unit or apartment? You might need to think twice or even three times, if this Prime documentary is anything to go by.
Covid-19 proved the government is more than capable of responding to a crisis. When will they do the same for the thousands locked in poverty by skyrocketing rent?
Despite its popularity, the Labour government remains in MMP-mode with finely tuned antennae for the 2023 election, but no radar or vision that voters can believe in.
Podcast | Join Toby Manhire, Annabelle Lee-Mather and Ben Thomas as they discuss Labour’s housing package, National’s caucus at odds over fluoride, travel bubbles, Police Ten 7 and more.
Analysing the effects of the big housing changes, spending on pokies jumps in 2020, and controversial Rocket Lab payload launches from Māhia.
The long promised fix to the crisis includes an extension of the bright-line test, a series of tweaks to existing programmes and billions to help new home builds.
Politicians, regulators and most voters believe that the housing crisis can be solved in their lifetimes without too much disruption or pain. They're dreamin'.
An exclusive South Auckland-based golf club wants to rezone land that's been designated for houses, but some of its own members aren't happy.
Why it matters Wairoa lost their dentist service, commercial rent relief won’t be revisited by government, and four year term referendum looking likely.
Getting people cycling in South Auckland is hard, but one community is giving it a real go. So will these latest proposals make a difference?
And it's not the only existing provision the Inland Revenue could look at enforcing in the face of runaway house prices and wealth inequality.