See the latest updates from Kāinga Ora – Homes and Communities.
22 December 2020
New homes prove Massey students’ building cred
A group of West Auckland students have come out of school with building trade qualifications – and have the houses to prove it.
21 December 2020
Doing good through deconstruction
A Kāinga Ora project has shown how deconstruction not only creates more sustainable results than demolition, but can also be a catalyst for positive social outcomes.
15 December 2020
New Porirua homes for Christmas
Porirua families will be in new homes before Christmas with the opening on 14 December of 29 new state homes at Kāinga Ora’s Castor Crescent development in Cannon’s Creek.
14 December 2020
Hastings place-based approach a year on
This month marks a year since the Hastings Place Based Plan pilot to tackle the housing challenges in the district was launched, and significant progress has been made to help more whānau into safe, dry, warm affordable homes.
8 December 2020
Saving a slice of sustainability
Nick and Loretta have fed their community for years through hard work and green thumbs at a plot on vacant Kāinga Ora land.
26 November 2020
New public housing development opens in New Lynn
An impressive variety of new warm, dry homes have been officially opened by Housing Minister Megan Woods in West Auckland.
17 November 2020
North Canterbury Kāinga Ora development wins excellence award
A Kāinga Ora development in North Canterbury has earned a top prize at the New Zealand Property Industry Awards in Auckland.
11 November 2020
Kāinga Ora scoops Māori Crown Relationships Award
Congratulations to our people who were part of the team that won the Te Hāpai Hāpori - Spirit of Service Awards 2020 Māori Crown Relationships Award.
6 November 2020
Teenagers building new Kāinga Ora homes for Northland
The Dargaville High School Building Academy has partnered with Kāinga Ora to deliver at least six new warm and dry state homes.
5 November 2020
Kāinga Ora purchases Nelson City Council social housing properties
Nelson City Council has sold its social housing portfolio to Kāinga Ora in an agreement both believe will help stimulate a wider range of housing options in that region.
2 November 2020
Building material donation for Mangere church
An act of kindness by the Free Church of Tonga – Mounga Olive has come full circle, with the organisation receiving more than $5,000 in building materials for a new social services centre.
30 October 2020
Social housing wins top New Zealand colour award
North Canterbury social housing is among art centres, educational precincts and pop-up cafes in being recognised for inspirational, creative and innovative use of colour.
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