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Different initiatives and programmes aim to support people in housing need. These include the Regional housing development and our Auckland housing programme.
Housing New Zealand manage a number of financial products to help first home buyers to achieve the dream of home ownership.
We work with many groups in the community – from those we work with on new housing developments through to community groups we work with for the benefit of our tenants.
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As a result of Budget 2018 decisions, the Minister of Finance and the Minister responsible for Housing New Zealand have increased the limit on Housing New Zealand’s Borrowing Protocol.
Housing New Zealand is upgrading more homes to improve the lives of tenants.
Residents at Barbadoes St and Eveleyn Couzins were treated to festive lunches recently.
Our maintenance teams have a very big and a very, very important job ensuring our tenant’s live in warm, dry and healthy homes.
If you’ve ever moved your family to a new neighbourhood, you’ll know it can be a challenging time.
Dunedin tenant Christine's quick and calm response was of great help to one of our contractors.
Ever been tossed into a two story building, that’s fully cloaked in dense peanut oil smoke and made to carry a 90kg dummy downstairs in blackout conditions?
Every community needs a Natalie – Mosgiel’s Murray Street community has struck gold with theirs.
Festive cheer was in plentiful supply when Housing New Zealand hosted a Christmas dinner for elderly tenants in Mosgiel this week.
Te Roopu Taurima is the largest kaupapa Maori organisation in the country, providing support services for people of all ethnicities who have intellectual disabilities.
Sometimes the best conversations start when people are relaxed and having fun.
Housing New Zealand staff once again took an active part in an annual event that celebrates the spirit of a vibrant Christchurch community.
Life has been great since Housing New Zealand tenant, Lyn got her pet dog Laila.
Residents of Panama Rd and surrounding Mt Wellington streets came along to a Community Safety Day to meet up, have fun and learn about safety.
Our people, our journey from Housing New Zealand on Vimeo.
A new life for Neela from Housing New Zealand on Vimeo.
Quarterly stats to 30 September 2018 now available
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