scoop.co.nz 22 Mar, 2021 23:15 am

Divisive Package Will Hurt Those It Aims To Help

Divisive Package Will Hurt Those It Aims To Help
“Today’s housing package is all about blaming Mum and Dad investors without properly acknowledging why they’ve invested in housing – lack of supply has driven up houses prices,” says ACT Housing spokesperson Brooke van Velden. “This is ...

“On supply, the Government is partially right – investment is needed to get infrastructure like roads and services to vacant land so more houses can be built.8 billion funding announcement is an expensive band-aid that if properly applied should result in some more houses being built.’ “This will only be a success if large numbers of houses are built in short order.“We need to know much more about how this will happen and where these houses will be built.

More>> Australian & NZ Governments: Joint Statement On Human Rights Abuses in Xinjiang The Australian and New Zealand Governments today reiterate their grave concerns about the growing number of credible reports of severe human rights abuses against ethnic Uighurs and other Muslim minorities in Xinjiang.In particular, there is clear evidence of severe human rights abuses that include restrictions on freedom of religion, mass surveillance, large-scale extra-judicial detentions, as well as forced labour and forced birth control, including sterilisation.

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