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Latest News

  • Contact Centre awards Steve and Shahnaz
    18 September 2018

    Customer Centre Champions

    Congratulations to Shahnaz and Steve who are winners in the 2018 Contact Centre Institute of New Zealand Awards (CCINZ).

  • Milo Shannell Dom
    6 September 2018

    Saying yes to pets

    As of September 2018 Housing New Zealand is a pet friendly landlord.

    Housing New Zealand tenants can now keep dogs, cats, livestock animals (cows, sheep, horses, pigs, goats that are kept as pets), birds, fish and small animals at their home.

  • 24 August 2018

    2018 Public Housing Plan

    Housing and Urban Development Minister Phil Twyford has released the 2018 Public Housing Plan.

  • Kendall Ave garden beds
    22 August 2018

    New Monarch Garden opens to all

    An unloved grass strip has morphed into a productive community garden in Burnside, Christchurch.

  • Eat my lunch 2
    15 August 2018

    What’s for lunch?

    A group of Housing New Zealand volunteers have lent their time and lunch-making skills to Eat My Lunch.

  • Monk MacKenzie joined
    14 August 2018

    Award winning design for new state housing complex

    Housing New Zealand’s Jennings Jersey development in Mt Albert has just been shortlisted in the annual New Zealand Institute of Architecture awards. The project’s architects at Monk Mackenzie say award winning design should be the norm for new state housing.

  • CLT Assembly
    13 August 2018

    Healthier homes, quicker, for those who need them most

    Cross-laminated timber is a new building product that we’re using to speed up the construction of state housing that has natural benefits for the wellbeing of residents.

  • Better together Dixon Street
    8 August 2018

    The café that helps Housing New Zealand tenants give back

    What started as a place to chat over coffee has grown into a way for Housing New Zealand tenants to meet their neighbours and give back to their community.

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