Immigration and education under siege
Opportunistic individuals are gaming an under-resourced immigration system to obtain New Zealand visas, according to intelligence reports.
LONG READ: Kiwi reveals firm’s treatment of migrants
One small broadband company’s treatment of its migrant workers is a case study of problems being investigated by government officials.
Aged care, tourism priority for temporary migrant sector agreements
Residential aged care and the tourism and hospitality sectors are at the front of the queue in offering to develop the local workforce in exchange for easier access to temporary migrant workers.
Todd McClay: UN migration deal ‘unworkable global standard’
National’s opposition to global deal isn’t anti-migrant but pro-sovereignty, party’s foreign affairs spokesman writes.
Karel Sroubek case not over yet
Karel Sroubek will be deported, unless he wins an appeal, following what’s been a messy case for the immigration minister.
Minister may have wrong info in deportation case
Iain Lees-Galloway admits there is new, and contradictory, information in the case of Karel Sroubek.
Net migration falls
New Zealand’s annual net migration continued to fall from record levels last year as a growing number of migrants pack their bags and leave.
Police learn Chinese in effort to engage
Auckland police are learning about Chinese culture and language, as the city’s Chinese community grows.