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Opinion: Local and regional authorities hinder multi-generational living

Housing regulations should keep up with new trends of how families live.

Kevin Atkinson
Fri, 13 Jan 2017

The Kiwi tradition of the kids moving out and going flatting as soon as they got a job or went off to university, and later progressing into their own homes, has only dominated our culture for the past 60 years or so. Before that multi-generational living in the same home was commonplace in this

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Kevin Atkinson
Fri, 13 Jan 2017
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