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Starts 7th April
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A rare prototype of the first American penny, dating from 1792, has just changed hands for US$117.5 million (NZ$1.54 million).
First home buyers will be able to access more of their KiwiSaver funds under a bill that's been passed by parliament.
With his social-minded, intuitive approach, Alejandro Aravena is fast making a name for himself in a world once synonymous solely with grandiose mega-structures and 'starchitects'.
The Government will rethink plans to sell off some state houses after concerns were raised by the Salvation Army.
Labour says the Government's social housing policy is "back to square one" but Prime Minister John Key is confident it will work.
The Salvation Army will not be entering negotiations with the Government over the transfer of Housing New Zealand stock.
Real estate company Harcourts Timaru has been slapped with a $55,000 fine after 35kgs of gas leaked into one of its rental properties.
Jackson Hole is a city of the American frontier with old-west wooden homes, cowboy statues and Native American decorations - but it's not in the United States.
One of NZ's richest families is under fire for an abandoned hotel they own in Christchurch inhabited by drug addicts, prostitutes, and squatters.
The government is continuing to work on increasing the supply of housing to deal with rising house prices.
The average asking price for a house in Auckland on Trade Me is going up $1700 a week, and the Government admits that is simply too much.
New Zealand's median house price has risen 3.6 percent over the past year, led by Auckland where the median house price jumped 14 percent to $675,000.
Mortgage interest rates continue to fall with SBS Bank launching a five-year fixed rate at 4.99 percent.
The Property Institute is concerned about the Reserve Bank's latest proposal to curb the Auckland housing market.
A group of Auckland tenants have had a surprise after finding out their landlord wasn't their landlord at all.
Fans of rock icon Kurt Cobain can bid on a piece of music history after his childhood home in Washington went up for sale this week.
The Reserve Bank is planning to make sure the trading banks can cope if the property market crashes.
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