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The Government isn't likely to follow Australia's latest attempts to curb property sales to foreigners.
It sparked rolling battles on the streets of Auckland; angry, violent protests over the removal of 160 state houses from the suburb of Glen Innes.
The cheapest homes in the Government's flagship affordable housing development are set to increase by $50,000 each.
Prices for affordable houses in the Government's flagship Auckland housing development have risen, with building costs to blame.
The Finance Minister has levelled the blame for Auckland's housing crisis with the council.
The average Auckland residential property is now worth more than $800,000, according to the latest figures from state-owned valuer Quotable Value.
Labour is backing the Tamaki redevelopment project but says it's "reckless and risky" to hand over state houses to a company that's short on experience.
The Auckland property market is running red hot - but who is buying right now? Is it investors? Are first-home buyers still in the market?
Nick Smith says he's less concerned about a housing market collapse and growing unaffordability than he is getting rid of "bureaucratic red tape".
Tony Field takes a look at this morning's OCR announcement, the Government's approach to housing and the language investors use in bull markets.
John Sellwood travelled to the suburb of Addington to see a house with a Homestar rating of nine - a rating that has never been given before.
The current tax system isn't broken so there's no need to fix it, according to an organisation which represents property investors.
Winston Peters says the Government is allowing "absolute crap" to settle in New Zealand, a day after record immigration figures were announced.
The Nasdaq closed at 5056 points, beating the previous record set 15 years ago in March 2000.
Nick Smith is happy with the rate of progress made in Christchurch housing but wants to see more affordable houses being built.
The Government is being criticised over housing after new figures show net migration is up 2000 percent in just two years.
There has been renewed debate about foreign buyers after a radio ad in Singapore tells investors to snap up Auckland apartments.
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