She and her husband took money from the council for work they hadn't done.
The Arlington development doubles the number of people who can stay on the block.
Tenants are afraid to nark on bad landlords, says Renters United - and a WOF could remedy that.
ASB has thrown a lifeline to would-be first-home buyers.
Bedroom heaters could become compulsory - but there are arguments against them.
Phil Twyford "should be careful what he wishes for".
"Legislation generally is poorly drafted, and we get these conflicts."
He is "unsuitable" to sell property, the tribunal ruled.
The Government says it's keen to hear the opinions of both landlords and renters.
They give tenants who can afford them an advantage, says Andrew King.
The Government has revealed where it plans to build 6400 new state and community houses.
The Trade Minister has admitted he has no idea what effect on house prices the foreign buyer ban will have.
Building more houses is key to improving affordability, says ASB's Nick Tuffley.
It has no running water, just two toilets, and isn't set up for permanent residents.
A Hawaiian beach house and a waterfall paradise are among the world's ultimate homes.
She claimed commission from the council 13 times for houses she never sold.