Eviction notices bullying Mother's Day present
8 May 2014
PRESS RELEASE Sue Henry Spokesperson Housing
Lobby "Eviction notices bullying National Government's
Mother's Day present to elderly, sick and disabled State
"As 'Mothers' Day' rolls around again,
this Government is lining up long-term State Housing tenants
to bully them out of their homes - Auckland-wide," says Sue
Henry, Spokesperson for the Housing Lobby.
that these mainly older women, and Mums, consist of heart
patients, the sick and severely disabled."
Lobby are calling on Cabinet to reverse their decision, and
to exclude the elderly, sick and disabled from tenancy
reviews and evictions, and to reinstate tenancy tenure
protection for those whose situation will not
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