In spite of promises not to, Labour has sold $30mill worth of NZ’s state homes while the homeless live in camp grounds, cars & sheds

Government sells $30m worth of state houses after Labour promised to stop sales
https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/industries/122149832/government-sells-30m-worth-of-state-houses-after-labour-promised-to-stop-sales

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VIDEO below from Radio NZ

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3 thoughts on “In spite of promises not to, Labour has sold $30mill worth of NZ’s state homes while the homeless live in camp grounds, cars & sheds”

  1. Value of house sell-offs:$30 Million.
    Cost of purchasing Ihumatao: $30 million.
    Translation: The government picked up Ihumatao for free (and will probably put houses on it, because we need more houses…).

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    1. That I don’t know Brian.. I somehow figure not as I’m not sure they do that any more. They used to. Both govts. I know Key sold a good 22% I believe to property developers.. and people have told me they observe the bulldozing of one and two houses here & there … so diminishing by increments. https://envirowatchrangitikei.wordpress.com/2017/06/17/the-nats-have-been-land-banking-tamaki-state-homes-on-prime-real-estate-since-2012-clearing-out-the-poor-to-make-way-for-private-mansions/

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