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The Reserve Bank of New Zealand is pressing ahead with proposals to restrict lending to Auckland property investors.
The Government's unveiled its latest initiative to combat soaring house prices in Auckland - 600 properties earmarked for development on public land.
New Zealand building consents fell in April as intentions to build houses decreased, while apartment permits climbed on the back of demand in Auckland for affordable housing.
New Zealand companies hoping for a piece of the new Government-backed housing projects in Auckland might be edged out by Australian firms.
Labour's latest gripe with SkyCity's downsized international convention centre is that it will have pillars which will block views and get in people's way.
Would you live next door to an exploding power substation or a cemetery? If the answer is yes, then the Government's latest policy aimed at creating affordable housing should be of interest.
Labour has accused the Government of building "unaffordable houses among Auckland's power plants and gravestones" as its answer to the city's housing crisis.
The Government is brushing off Labour's criticism of plans to open up pockets of vacant Crown land in Auckland for housing development.
The University of Auckland says it is not worried the city's expensive housing will cause it to lose students.
The Government's plan to open up public land to help with the Auckland housing crisis is under attack, with revelations the land includes a power substation site.
With the inclusion of member tax credits, first-home buyers have potentially thousands more dollars in their withdrawal.
At Kinloch, not far from Taupo, is a house that's borrowed old-world techniques from Europe and America to create a house that is almost part of the land itself.
Finance Minister Bill English is sceptical about claims foreign buyers are driving the Auckland property market, and says supply remains the main factor.
Anna Burns-Francis takes a look at whether there is any evidence to back up the theory that foreign investors are buying up Auckland property.
The Government wants its first development agreement for housing on vacant Crown land in Auckland signed within six months.
The wife of late architect Sir Ian Athfield will be receiving his knighthood - but she won't be dubbed on the shoulder.
One of London's solution to providing affordable housing is garden cities - so is it a model Auckland should be looking at?
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