Social Housing Minister, Paula Bennett in Rotorua

Sep 5, 2016 | News

She commented:

One of the first things I did when I took on the Social Housing portfolio at the start of last year was review the way we support homeless people, from the funding through to the challenges that prevent people from staying housed.

This review underpins our housing plan and we are busy acting on its finding, and it’s why I think an inquiry by Labour and the Greens is actually a step backwards. More talking by politicians is literally the last thing that will help our homeless.

Read more in this Rotorua Daily Post here.

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