The new Govt wants to move responsibility for problems away from local council building inspectors – but that assumes any insurance firm will take on the risk
A research project explores how public housing on NZ’s most densely populated flood plain can be more resilient
Vendors willing to live dangerously have picked the bottom of the housing market, and made handsome profits
Commerce Commission should investigate lack of competition driving up electricity prices – chair
Returning first home buyers face 'horribly unaffordable' prices
Uncertainty abounds on the west coast, where post-cyclone land instability puts whole communities in doubt
Banks get ready to impose debt-to-income borrowing limits to protect homebuyers as interest rates and mortgagee sale numbers rise
How did a vision to make cities more people-friendly become twisted into a dystopian plot?
Why didn’t we learn from Hawkes Bay earthquake? From Canterbury? From Kaikōura?
Ahead of special votes being delivered, Newsroom looks at which portfolios various MPs might get
Call for government help for communities worst affected by rising food prices and interest rates
Christopher Luxon faces staunch opposition from NZ First to lifting the foreign buyer ban