Victims’ families ‘should’ve read fine print’
Families who rushed to New Zealand to support the victims of the March 15 attacks should have checked their visas, Iain Lees-Galloway says.
A story of migrant exploitation
What happened at the Golden Springs Motel and Holiday Park in Reporoa is a potent example of what parts of NZ have become.
Easing the way for arranged marriages
A widening of the definition of “culturally arranged marriage” means last week’s change for Immigration NZ is greater than originally thought
A redeeming feature in Jones’ migrant-bashing
Could Shane Jones have unwittingly provided an opportunity to avoid the cycle of damaging populist politics sweeping the world?
The dirty little secret in this migration debate
NZ is kidding itself that it is growing its economy and its wealth, but all it is doing is bringing in more people, working them harder for less pay, and refusing to invest in the underlying infrastructure and social fabric of the country.
Ardern retreats over ‘racist’ visa change
A lawyer is toasting Shane Jones in a bar and crediting the Minister’s outbursts for a Government backdown.
Immigration move a ‘game-changer’
A change to an obscure classification could change industries and make a real difference to migrant workers.
Avoiding Cabinet over ‘racist’ visa issue
An outcry over a ‘racist’ partnership visa change is set to escalate into an anti-racism protest.