News and Media Releases

Please see below for news and media releases relating to Building Officials.
If you have any suggestions for items you think should feature here please contact marketing@boinz.org.nz.

12 August 2019

A house which was at the centre of a lawsuit over an agent's omission that it had major weathertightness issues should not be labelled a leaky home, its owner says.


12 August 2019

Tauranga City Council has now received the employment investigation report by Graeme Colgan about the role of staff in the failure of the Bella Vista subdivision, however it won't be publicly released.


12 August 2019

The proposed demolition of one of Auckland's earliest and grandest homes is proof the council has failed to preserve heritage, say protection groups.


12 August 2019

A Caversham man says his house is falling apart because of what he views as a failure by the Dunedin City Council to take decisive action after his neighbour's illegal excavation undermined the foundation of his family home.


9 August 2019

Property investors are upset at what they say is a potentially dangerous aspect of the new Healthy Homes standards.


9 August 2019

Construction of a new $500 million town centre is about to start on the outskirts of Queenstown.


5 August 2019

Wellington City Council has unofficially ditched an optimistic sea-level rise scenario in favour of one that could see much of the central city and low-lying suburbs under water.


2 August 2019

The Minister of Education, Hon Chris Hipkins, has just announced the changes the Government will be making to the vocational education system in New Zealand. The changes being made will give industry the lead role in ensuring New Zealand's workforce is fit for today's workplace needs and tomorrow's expectations. The new system will give employers choice of provider once fully implemented.


2 August 2019

​A Wellington construction business owner says planned changes to the polytechnic and vocation education will have "diabolical" effects.


29 July 2019

Hamilton City Council is making changes after concerns about buildings that do not have warrants of fitness.


Pages:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27


MoST Content Management V3.0.8301