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A public memorial service is being held in Wellington to celebrate the work of architect Ian Athfield, who died in January.
According to Massey University's Home Affordability Report, houses in Auckland became 16.4 percent less affordable in 2014 - and it's probably going to get worse this year.
The Prime Minister's been forced to defend his social housing reforms, giving an assurance state houses will not be flogged off to line the pockets of developers.
Lisa Woolley of the VisionWest Community Trust was pleased to hear that state houses wouldn't be sold to private investors - instead going to community providers at a discount.
Community housing providers looking to snap up some of the state houses will get them at a discounted rate.
The Prime Minister has outlined the Government's plans for social housing, but Opposition parties say it won't fix the problem.
Prime Minister John Key has defended his Government's record on supporting the arts, following a stinging attack from acclaimed Kiwi author Eleanor Catton.
Small businesses and job growth will be the Labour Party's top priority for the next two years, as it focuses on increasing wages and reducing poverty.
The Government's state housing sell-off is being labelled a "fire sale" and an asset sell-off by political opponents.
John Key and Andrew Little are both poised to deliver keynote speeches tomorrow, but Mr Key has got in first, setting the agenda with the issue closest to everyone's heart – housing, selling off the ones the state owns.
One of New Zealand's leading KiwiSaver managers is warning there could be a correction in the property market.
There is some support for Housing and Building Minister Nick Smith's "full-scale assault" on the Resource Management Act.
New data from Trade Me shows the cost of renting property in New Zealand has slowly increased – but not in Auckland where house prices continue to rise.
3 News political reporter Tova O'Brien takes a look back at the first week in politics of 2015 - a busy one.
The Green Party says the Govt is using Auckland's housing affordability crisis as an excuse to weaken environmental regulations and boost the "pollution-based economy".
Environment Minister Nick Smith is planning "the most significant overhaul" to the Resource Management Act (RMA) since its introduction 25 years ago.
Auckland is being visited by the vessel that vodka built, one of the most expensive superyachts in history.
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