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Acting Housing Minister Tariana Turia and Rimutaka Labour MP Paul Swain today announced that 70 new houses, including 20 new state houses, are to be built on Housing New Zealand land at Pinehill in Upper Hutt.

  • Tariana Turia
  • Housing

Construction of a $5.4 million Housing New Zealand development for older people and those with disabilities in Auckland got underway today with Housing Minister Mark Gosche digging the first foundations.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Housing

Nearly $187 million in extra funding for housing low income people and those at risk was announced by Housing Ministers Mark Gosche and Tariana Turia today.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Rodney Hide
  • Housing

The government's "Healthy Housing" programme, aimed at reducing the spread of infectious illnesses such as meningococcal disease, is to receive nearly $30 million more over the next four years.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Housing

An extra $11 million will be spent providing more community housing over the next four years, Housing Ministers Mark Gosche and Tariana Turia said today.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Housing

The Government today announced $53.3 million in extra funding to tackle substandard housing in Northland, East Coast and the Eastern Bay of Plenty.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Housing

Nearly $72 million more is to be spent on extra state houses over the next four years, Housing Ministers Mark Gosche and Tariana Turia announced today.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Housing

Another $20.53 million is to be provided to house Braemar Hospital and Kimberley Centre residents in the community, Housing Minister Mark Gosche and Disability Issues Minister Ruth Dyson announced today.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Housing

Law changes giving greater protection to boarding house tenancies and taking a tougher approach to landlords of substandard houses were introduced into Parliament by Housing Minister Mark Gosche today.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Housing

First Reading Speech Introducing Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill

  • Mark Gosche
  • Housing

Council pensioner housing is to be made a council strategic asset under the Local Government Act.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Housing

Mihi

I would like to thank you for inviting me here today to launch your new home visiting service.

  • Tariana Turia
  • Housing

Housing in Northland, East Cape and Eastern Bay of Plenty is to get a $7.45 million boost, Housing Minister Mark Gosche announced in Whangarei today.

  • Mark Gosche
  • Housing

Housing in Northland, East Cape and Eastern Bay of Plenty is to get a $7.45 million boost, Housing Minister Mark Gosche announced in Whangarei today.

The funding is targeted at substandard housing in these areas and includes:

  • Mark Gosche
  • Housing