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Mana wants to build 10,000 state houses each year until there is no longer a housing crisis and to help first home-buying Maori with a no-deposit scheme.
A summary of each party's housing policy for the 2014 General Election.
The number of homes sold in August are down 16 percent on the same period last year, and the election could be to blame.
New Zealand house sales have fallen as a lack of listings compounded the chilling effects of rising interest rates and mortgage loan restrictions.
A move to look at what role land supply is playing in the New Zealand housing market is being welcomed by Local Government New Zealand.
The Government says the houses being built in Weymouth, in South Auckland, will be a 'symbolic success' of their new social housing initiative.
The Productivity Commission is to expand its housing affordability report to look into improving land supply and development capacity.
A man has been charged after his four-year-old son was critically injured in a dog attack in south Auckland.
David Cunliffe has made a second slip-up on his party's flagship capital gains tax policy in a week.
New Zealand property values rose at the slowest annual pace in 14 months in August.
Around 60 prisoners in Canterbury are helping repair red-zoned homes, and learning vital skills along the way.
Landlords claim the Greens' blanket approach to improving rental housing won't work.
Labour is promising first home buyers affordable homes for $460,000 or less if elected.
The Greens want to improve the quality of rental accommodation and the rights of tenants.
Economists are sceptical National's housing policy will help first-home buyers, because it will increase demand whilst hardly impacting supply.
National's new housing plan to help first home buyers into the market is a "silly idea" that will only inflame New Zealand's housing shortage, Labour says.
The latest 3 News-Reid Research poll shows National has a real weakness when it comes to housing.
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