Housing New Zealand CEO Andrew McKenzie has apologised to tenants evicted as a result of his organisation's flawed meth testing regime.
In a statement to The Hui last week, Housing New Zealand said it was transitioning to become more empathetic as a landlord.
- The human cost of Housing NZ's meth-testing debacle
- State houses needlessly emptied
- No compensation for landlords who followed incorrect meth guidelines
Hundreds of whanau were issued with eviction notices after their rentals tested positive for methamphetamine.
Mr McKenzie spoke to Three's The Hui about the impact of this now defunct testing.
Watch the full interview.