Last chance for HNZ tenants
Sunday 26 September 2004
Housing New Zealand tenants accused of terrorising a Panmure street have been given a final chance to avoid eviction.
By The LandlordThe East & Bays Courier has taken up the case of Sara Maleki, who has endured years of vandalism, graffiti and verbal abuse.
Earlier this month her fence was set on fire. Ms Maleki fears her privately-owned Hobson Drive home could be next.
"It's scary when you get woken after midnight to be told your property is on fire," she says.
"The Fire Service put the fire out and told me it seemed to be intentional, but it seems the police are unable to do much to stop things like this happening."
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