Kapiti family homeless after buying meth-contaminated house in Waikanae

  • It was a dream that went up in smokes.

A Kapiti couple and their two young daughters moved into what they thought was a perfect house.

However, now they are homeless after discovering their newly-bought house is contaminated with methamphetamine.

Their plight and others in similar situations have prompted calls for mandatory methamphetamine testing when selling or renting properties, and better real estate guidelines.

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Kapiti couple Kiel and Emma Moore-Jones, with their two young daughters, unknowingly bought a house contaminated with methamphetamine in Waikanae.

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