A High Court decision does not spell the end of the fight for a state house resident to stay in her home.
Niki Rauti has lived in her home on Taniwha Street Glen Innes for over 20 years, and has spent nearly a year fighting to continue living there.
Her house was sold by Housing New Zealand to Tāmaki Regeneration Company (TRC) as part of a project to convert state homes into 7500 new dwellings.
She was served notice to evict by TRC to make way for new houses to be built on the land she lives on.
Ms Rauti has been fighting her eviction since October last year, and the fight has made its way to the High Court, where it was dismissed by a judge on Tuesday.
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But Ms Rauti and her supporters say they will continue to fight the eviction.
"Niki's supporters remain committed to continuing the fight alongside Niki and intend to appeal the position," a statement from said.
"The occupation at Niki's has begun and will continue until we stop Niki's eviction."