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'We didn't get here by accident' - Professor says property websites offering ethnicity data are just catering to demand
Auckland University's Associate Professor of Pacific Studies Damon Salesa says Aucklands will never admit to it, but they do judge neighbourhoods based on race.
Lincoln High School Principal Kathy Paterson said the facial hair rule change has been treated very respectfully by students.
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Timaru residents are fired up about a crackdown on smokey chimneys, which is an effort to clean up winter air pollution. "There's no science to back the suggestion that older log burners are dirtier than new ones... no logic," Grey Power told us.
Changes to the tax laws around investment properties could be on the cards, and not everyone's happy about it. "Idealogical and political, this is part of an agenda which is about scaring property investors out of the market because they're nasty and making money on property... the problem is that we have a shortage of rentals," the Property Institute of NZ told Jack Tame.