Another Kerikeri resident said the problems have been ongoing for three years, but it's been worse in the last several months "to the point where they've got to leave"."HNZ have got to step up and deal with this problem.
If it were a private tenancy we'd have been kicked out long ago."HNZ recently enforced its new 'zero-eviction' policy, where, instead of referring tenants to police and evicting them for illegal drug activity, tenants are now referred to addiction services to get their lives back on track.
Mattis was speaking at the start of a meeting with South Korean Defense Minister Song Young-moo and Japanese Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera on the final day of the Shangri-La Dialogue security conference. "We can anticipate, at best, a bumpy road to the negotiations," Mattis said. and Chinese officials have discussed specific American export items Beijing might buy as part of its pledge to narrow its trade surplus with the United States, U. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Sunday as the two sides began a new round of talks in Beijing aimed at settling a simmering trade dispute.
The announcement came after Trump hosted a senior North Korean envoy at the White House and he delivered a personal letter from Kim that was inside a white envelope nearly as large as a folded newspaper.
Trump has not yet revealed what was written in the letter, but he sure seemed happy to get it.
A SENIOR minister last night warned MPs that they threatened national security by trying to block Donald Trump’s state visit.
Foreign Office deputy Sir Alan Duncan said the visit would be a “special moment for the special relationship” that was “bigger than personalities” as it concerned the “security of our nations.” The Minister concluded that “the visit should happen, the visit will happen and when it does I trust the United Kingdom will extend a polite and generous welcome to President Donald Trump.” But thousands of protesters had gathered in Parliament Square across the road and chanted anti-Trump slogans throughout the session.