They Also Seized Nz$100,000 (us$70,000; £51,000) In Cash.

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A construction site in a residential area near Wellington, New Zealand In 1991, 23% of households rented , by 2018 over a third of households didn’t own their home. But again, this broad figure masks a significant difference. For example, the proportion of Māori living in rental accommodation increased from 41% to 77% between 1986 and 2013. While government policy has been valuable in maintaining employment and staving off a recession, an additional boost to landlords is that it also ensures renters have the income to help service the loans on their investment assets. But, as renting households also pay a higher proportion of their income on housing than owner occupiers, and the median rent increased by 8% in the last year alone, they are further away than ever from homeownership. It should be noted there are regional variations and nuances in this data that are difficult to discuss in a short article.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/commentisfree/2021/sep/17/new-zealands-pandemic-housing-policy-has-baked-in-maori-inequality-for-generations [Education]

(Las Vegas Review-Journal) To pay off that debt or unfunded liability, pension contributions have skyrocketed. In 2007, the contribution rate for a regular employee was 19.75 percent. Today, it’s 29.75 percent. The contribution rate for police and fire employees went from 32 percent to 44 percent. These higher rates mean less money for Nevada’s teachers and classrooms today. Because more education spending has done little to improve performance, adequately funding pensions in the past could have meant lower taxes today. In a presentation to the Legislature this year , PERS put its unfunded liability at $11.4 billion as of June 2020. That means the system was around 76 percent funded.

https://www.reviewjournal.com/opinion/editorials/editorial-39-of-illinois-education-spending-goes-to-pensions-2451564/

Conway City Council unanimously approved a request to rezone over 65 acres from Low Density... The final reading to rezone over 65 acres from Low-Density Residential to Institutional zoning along El Bethel and Dunn Shortcut roads was under the consent agenda for Monday’s Conway City Council meeting. Councilmembers voted in favor of passing everything listed under the consent agenda, giving final approval to rezone the area. During the first reading, Conway city staff recommended that McLeod Health address a few issues before the final reading. RELATED COVERAGE | Conway leaders move forward with proposal to bring McLeod Health facility to city One was to create connections between the site and the city’s trails and greenways. According to the agenda packet, city staff had discussions with McLeod Health, as well as the school district, which owns the property next to the rezoning, about the trail connections. The discussions will continue as the site designing moves forward. City staff also wanted McLeod Health to provide curb cuts onto El Bethel that could be shared with neighboring properties. “The applicant provided a sketch of the proposed access at the point where the DOT had left a curb cut for the access to the site,” according to the agenda packet. Specifics have not been released on exactly what McLeod Health is planning to build on the site.

https://www.wmbfnews.com/2021/10/05/conway-city-council-gives-mcleod-health-final-approval-rezoning/

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A police spokesperson told the BBC that officers made the arrest after they noticed a suspicious looking vehicle travelling on a gravel road on the outskirts of the city. "Upon seeing the police car, the vehicle did a u-turn and sped off trying to evade police," they said. "The vehicle was searched and police located the cash, alongside empty ounce bags and a large amount of takeaways." Police photos showed at least three buckets of chicken, about 10 cups of coleslaw, a large package of fries, and four large bags containing other KFC items. They also seized NZ$100,000 (US$70,000; £51,000) in cash. It is unclear whether the men intended to sell the food or if they hoped to use it as a distraction if they were to be pulled over. image captionNZ$100,000 seized by police officers. The spokesperson said that the men would appear in court later in the year for breaching public health rules but added that further charges are also likely. The investigation is ongoing. The pair's risky late night food run means they now face heavy punishments under New Zealand's tough anti-Covid laws. Fines can reach up to NZ$4,000 and some offenders can even face prison sentences of up to six months. The men are not the first New Zealanders whose fast-food cravings have landed them in trouble with authorities.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-pacific-58638752
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