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    Default Latest in from the Massey University hustings.



    How do you spell hypocrite, Comrade?
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    Default As For Social Distancing, Whazzat?

    See the story here.

    Usual media fudging, of course . . .

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    There is no such thing as 'free press' as I heard the asks for the press's questions beforehand and curates them .
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    A waiting list of 20,000 proves Govt failure


    A state-house waiting list that ballooned from 5844 to 20,000 in three years (an increase of over 14,000) is all the evidence anyone needs that the Labour-led coalition government's residential rental property policy has been a massive, utter and total failure, Tenancies War spokesman Mike Butler said today.

    If housing was in crisis in 2017, as Labour / Green politicians would have had you believe, look at what happened and what they did when they were in control, Mr Butler said.

    An ill-conceived compliance regime for rental properties has added massive costs to each tenancy, he said.

    Self-defeating changes to tenancy law have further mired the management of residential rental property in red tape that means it will take months to sort out problems to do with unpaid rent and anti-social behaviour, he said.

    Massive fines that could total $100,000 have turned the residential rental business into a very risky compliance nightmare and the government is making lame excuses for its collective lack of common sense, he said.

    The Labour-led coalition government was warned (by it's own departmental policy advisers as well as property investors) that ill-conceived changes to tenancy law and standards would hurt the very people the government said it was trying to help, by reducing supply and increasing rent costs.

    That is exactly what has happened, creating a gut-wrenching new normal for tens of thousands of home renters nationwide, Mr Butler said.

    New Zealand's 290,000 residential rental property owners must use their two votes in this election to bring some sanity back to the business of owning and managing rental homes, Mr Butler said.


    Stop the War on Tenancies is a group that since October 2018 has been highlighting the failure by the Government to create sound policy and law for residential rental property.

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