OK. So waiting to write this last part has been good. Sitting back, gathering more information and watching the government make itself look weak and incompetent hasn’t been such a bad idea at all. Whilst we aren’t affiliated with any particular political cause, we draw strength from the knowledge that the Government has become disconnected… Continue reading Labour Health Sector Restructuring Credulity 
So in the first part of this series we had a look at the history of change in the health system in NZ. The biggest and most important innovation of the past 40 years has been the trend to decentralisation, which was first done in the mid-1980s with Area Health Boards, and latterly with District… Continue reading Labour Health Sector Restructuring Credulity 
Following up on our article about Housing NZ / Kainga Ora and Otautahi Community Housing Trust’s responsibilities to tenants, we have become aware that in the Residential Tenancies Amendment Act of 2010, Parliament sought to strengthen the requirements of the existing RTA by strengthening an existing requirement that tenants were not allowed to create disturbance… Continue reading Social Housing Providers Must Protect Non-Residential Neighbours From Harrassment?