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New Zealand Union of Students' Associations national president Rory Mc Court said many students facing financial hardship turned to sex work in order to cover living costs.International students were at the greatest risk, Mc Court said.

Judges told the pair that The couple must also observe a curfew order between 7pm and 7am for 23 weeks and wear an electronic tag.

Hirst is required to perform a rehabilitation activity for 10 days, while Smith must submit to the same orders for 15 days.

It was a grey area, which became less clear the longer the people lived together, she said.

Once the people had been living together for a while it could be considered to be a de facto relationship rather than a commercial one, she said.

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As New Zealand house prices and rents continue to skyrocket, those in financially vulnerable situations are turning to prostitution.

And with rents in New Zealand up a week over the year to April advertisements offering "free rent for services" are springing up across mainstream house-sharing sites.

An ad posted on Craigslist in Auckland offers a free bedroom in the suburb of Glen Eden in exchange for "sexual favours."An advertisement for a room in Auckland in exchange for sexual favours that was posted on Craigslist.

Trade Me did not have a specific policy in relation to accommodation in exchange for services, including sex, but when listings overstepped the mark they were removed by a policing team that monitored the site 24/7.

The public was good at alerting Trade Me to any listings that crossed the line or were in breach of the sites terms and conditions, he said."We'd also encourage anyone renting accommodation to familiarise themselves with their rights under the Residential Tenancies Act, in particular when it comes to lodging bond and arranging rent."ALSO HAPPENING IN OZThe same thing is happening across the ditch as Sydney house prices creep towards a median of AU

As New Zealand house prices and rents continue to skyrocket, those in financially vulnerable situations are turning to prostitution.

And with rents in New Zealand up $25 a week over the year to April advertisements offering "free rent for services" are springing up across mainstream house-sharing sites.

An ad posted on Craigslist in Auckland offers a free bedroom in the suburb of Glen Eden in exchange for "sexual favours."An advertisement for a room in Auckland in exchange for sexual favours that was posted on Craigslist.

Trade Me did not have a specific policy in relation to accommodation in exchange for services, including sex, but when listings overstepped the mark they were removed by a policing team that monitored the site 24/7.

The public was good at alerting Trade Me to any listings that crossed the line or were in breach of the sites terms and conditions, he said."We'd also encourage anyone renting accommodation to familiarise themselves with their rights under the Residential Tenancies Act, in particular when it comes to lodging bond and arranging rent."ALSO HAPPENING IN OZThe same thing is happening across the ditch as Sydney house prices creep towards a median of AU$1 million (NZ$1.07 million). "The advertisement continued, "My place is clean, close to transport and CBD ...

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As New Zealand house prices and rents continue to skyrocket, those in financially vulnerable situations are turning to prostitution.And with rents in New Zealand up $25 a week over the year to April advertisements offering "free rent for services" are springing up across mainstream house-sharing sites.An ad posted on Craigslist in Auckland offers a free bedroom in the suburb of Glen Eden in exchange for "sexual favours."An advertisement for a room in Auckland in exchange for sexual favours that was posted on Craigslist.Trade Me did not have a specific policy in relation to accommodation in exchange for services, including sex, but when listings overstepped the mark they were removed by a policing team that monitored the site 24/7.The public was good at alerting Trade Me to any listings that crossed the line or were in breach of the sites terms and conditions, he said."We'd also encourage anyone renting accommodation to familiarise themselves with their rights under the Residential Tenancies Act, in particular when it comes to lodging bond and arranging rent."ALSO HAPPENING IN OZThe same thing is happening across the ditch as Sydney house prices creep towards a median of AU$1 million (NZ$1.07 million). "The advertisement continued, "My place is clean, close to transport and CBD ...Healy said while she had not heard of sex for rent arrangements in New Zealand, she had no doubt this did occur."I'm sure people have been hooking up together since time began for mutual needs."If the person did feel they were engaging in commercial sexual activity and their rights had been breached they would be covered under the Prostitution Reform Act, she said.Healy said she knew of many students, including international students, who turned to sex work in order to finance their way through university."CAN BE MISINTERPRETED In several Australian ads, subtext can be lost on the vulnerable, particularly those with limited English.*Tom has "a free room available in kings cross area for the right Guest... Two days after placing an advertisement on Gumtree for "cheap or free rent in exchange for cleaning and cooking", a young couple asked Ms Ye to share her body instead."It was so creepy and kind of scary because it was in person, and there have been lots of emails from older single men, which I find weird."I am scared sometimes I will agree to something I don't fully understand in English," she said.Professor Bill Randolph, of the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, says the phenomenon is driven by housing cost, combined with a culture of anonymity."Years ago, you couldn't have this kind of access to people and be hidden."Now, this is the opportunity for people to exploit the vulnerable, who desperately need housing they can afford," Professor Randolph said.Increases in student allowances and living costs introduced in April were not enough to cover student rents, which put students in financially vulnerable situations.Some financially vulnerable students were forced to buy less food and sacrifice their health in order to pay rising rent costs, he said.

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As New Zealand house prices and rents continue to skyrocket, those in financially vulnerable situations are turning to prostitution.

And with rents in New Zealand up $25 a week over the year to April advertisements offering "free rent for services" are springing up across mainstream house-sharing sites.

An ad posted on Craigslist in Auckland offers a free bedroom in the suburb of Glen Eden in exchange for "sexual favours."An advertisement for a room in Auckland in exchange for sexual favours that was posted on Craigslist.

Trade Me did not have a specific policy in relation to accommodation in exchange for services, including sex, but when listings overstepped the mark they were removed by a policing team that monitored the site 24/7.

The public was good at alerting Trade Me to any listings that crossed the line or were in breach of the sites terms and conditions, he said."We'd also encourage anyone renting accommodation to familiarise themselves with their rights under the Residential Tenancies Act, in particular when it comes to lodging bond and arranging rent."ALSO HAPPENING IN OZThe same thing is happening across the ditch as Sydney house prices creep towards a median of AU$1 million (NZ$1.07 million). "The advertisement continued, "My place is clean, close to transport and CBD ...

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As New Zealand house prices and rents continue to skyrocket, those in financially vulnerable situations are turning to prostitution.And with rents in New Zealand up $25 a week over the year to April advertisements offering "free rent for services" are springing up across mainstream house-sharing sites.An ad posted on Craigslist in Auckland offers a free bedroom in the suburb of Glen Eden in exchange for "sexual favours."An advertisement for a room in Auckland in exchange for sexual favours that was posted on Craigslist.Trade Me did not have a specific policy in relation to accommodation in exchange for services, including sex, but when listings overstepped the mark they were removed by a policing team that monitored the site 24/7.The public was good at alerting Trade Me to any listings that crossed the line or were in breach of the sites terms and conditions, he said."We'd also encourage anyone renting accommodation to familiarise themselves with their rights under the Residential Tenancies Act, in particular when it comes to lodging bond and arranging rent."ALSO HAPPENING IN OZThe same thing is happening across the ditch as Sydney house prices creep towards a median of AU$1 million (NZ$1.07 million). "The advertisement continued, "My place is clean, close to transport and CBD ...Healy said while she had not heard of sex for rent arrangements in New Zealand, she had no doubt this did occur."I'm sure people have been hooking up together since time began for mutual needs."If the person did feel they were engaging in commercial sexual activity and their rights had been breached they would be covered under the Prostitution Reform Act, she said.Healy said she knew of many students, including international students, who turned to sex work in order to finance their way through university."CAN BE MISINTERPRETED In several Australian ads, subtext can be lost on the vulnerable, particularly those with limited English.*Tom has "a free room available in kings cross area for the right Guest... Two days after placing an advertisement on Gumtree for "cheap or free rent in exchange for cleaning and cooking", a young couple asked Ms Ye to share her body instead."It was so creepy and kind of scary because it was in person, and there have been lots of emails from older single men, which I find weird."I am scared sometimes I will agree to something I don't fully understand in English," she said.Professor Bill Randolph, of the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, says the phenomenon is driven by housing cost, combined with a culture of anonymity."Years ago, you couldn't have this kind of access to people and be hidden."Now, this is the opportunity for people to exploit the vulnerable, who desperately need housing they can afford," Professor Randolph said.Increases in student allowances and living costs introduced in April were not enough to cover student rents, which put students in financially vulnerable situations.Some financially vulnerable students were forced to buy less food and sacrifice their health in order to pay rising rent costs, he said.

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