NZ Immigration Articles from the NZ Listener

Who’s moving in next door?
by Bruce Ansley
The New Zealand Listener (September 2-8 2006 Vol 205 No 3460)

New Zealand needs immigrants, but applicants find the selection processes and criteria anything but straightforward.
Here’s a story of modern New Zealand immigration.

So who do we keep out?
by Bruce Ansley
The New Zealand Listener (September 2-8 2006 Vol 205 No 3460)

When Opposition leader Don Brash talks of banning immigrants who do not share what he believes to be New Zealand’s “bedrock values”, who does he want to keep out of the country?

Advice at a Price
by Amanda Spratt
The New Zealand Listener (September 2-8 2006 Vol 205 No 3460)

Twenty-nine-year-old European professional fluent in English desperately seeks country to work in, pay taxes to and grow old with. Likes rugby, chats about politics and runs in the park.

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