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Two new Special Housing Areas, in Glenbrook and Drury, will provide up to 1800 new homes in Auckland.
Opposition parties are piling pressure onto Housing Minister Nick Smith after the average Auckland house value rose by $74,000 in just three months.
This week has been a great example of how events in one part of the world have an impact on others - look at dairy prices and interest rates.
As New Zealand property values rise, a shortage of homes in Auckland prompted house-hunters to cast their net wider to surrounding areas.
Getting on the property ladder in Auckland is the toughest it's been in 25 years.
Research conducted by Colliers Real Estate suggests the supply of inner-city apartments doesn't meet the demand.
The Government is being hammered in parliament over the prospect of state houses being sold to Australians.
Housing Minister Nick Smith says progress is being made, despite predictions Auckland could be 60,000 homes short by 2020.
Housing New Zealand has been doing the job of running state housing for 80 years, and Andrew Little sees no need in suddenly looking for help.
A real estate agent has been discharged without conviction after sending faeces in the mail to a competitor.
Tauranga's sunny climate and proximity to Auckland have made it the fastest-growing town in the country over the last eight decades.
Most New Zealanders care about high-quality services, including around social housing, and less about who owns and provides it, John Key says.
Prime Minister John Key says an Australian housing provider wouldn't be required to reinvest in New Zealand any profits made running state housing here.
A housing action group has penned a letter to a Gold Coast charity threatening protests if it buys New Zealand state houses from the Government.
Latest figures show the affordability of a typical first home in Auckland has deteriorated dramatically.
An Australian social housing provider has been in New Zealand checking out houses being sold by the New Zealand government.
Auckland iwi Ngati Whatua's High Court challenge to a sell-off of governemnt land in Auckland was inevitable, says Labour's Phil Twyford.
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