Winston Peters has said that houses should be affordable even to those on the living wage.
In today's email we looked in detail at the Reserve Bank's comments as it loosened LVR restrictions, and at the implications of the new directive to the Overseas Investment Office.
In toda's email we previewed the Reserve Bank's likely relaxation of Loan to Value Restrictions (LVRs), and why any decision won't be a real game changer for first home buyers.
In today's email we looked at the shake up that is on the way for Auckland's transport infrastructure plans, and we dug into the accuracy of the claim that Australia's foreign buyers ban and capital gains tax did not work to slow house price inflation in its major cities.
In today's email, Winston Peters signals the first slippage in the deadline for a new Government, while appearing to confirm that monetary policy and housing affordability were part of the ongoing discussions.
In today's email we preview the crucial first debate between Jacinda Ardern and Bill English.
In today's email we look at the way housing dominated the penultimate question time before the election, and discover why pay equity advocate Kristine Bartlett is feeling betrayed.
In this email we wrap up yet another surprising day in Parliament.
In todays' email we look at a new report which provides a stark contrast to yesterday's NBR Rich List.
In today's email we find out why October 12 may be a very important date, and we take an in-depth look at infrastructure funding and how the migration tweaks may themselves be tweaked as a result of industry lobbying.