Changing faces of the Oz brain drain

Changing faces of the Oz brain drain

Loss of skilled trades workers is threatening NZ with economic crisis, experts warn. The face of the exodus to Australia […]
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Jul 4, 2018
Call for limits on Kiwis crossing Ditch

Call for limits on Kiwis crossing Ditch

The number of New Zealanders living in Australia has jumped 24 per cent over the past five years and a […]
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Jul 4, 2018
Fed-Up Kiwis Head To Oz En Masse

Fed-Up Kiwis Head To Oz En Masse

Australia’s mining boom is fuelling its economy, making the country even more attractive to Kiwi job-seekers – including those at […]
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Jul 4, 2018
Record numbers of Kiwis still head to Oz

Record numbers of Kiwis still head to Oz

Record numbers of New Zealanders continued to flee to Australia in the 12 months to February, with a net loss […]
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Jul 2, 2018
Kiwi exodus to Aussie at new high

Kiwi exodus to Aussie at new high

New Zealanders continued to abandon their home country for Australia, with the speed of annual departures accelerating to a record […]
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Jun 18, 2018
NZ's Biggest Migrant Loss Since 2001

NZ’s biggest migrant loss since 2001

New Zealand recorded its biggest loss of migrants in a 12-month period since August 2001, as kiwis continued to jump […]
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Jul 2, 2018
Aussie's Baby Bonus A NZ Drawcard

Aussie’s baby bonus a NZ drawcard

Carla and Craig Bradley would get about $100 a week more from the Government in the six months after having […]
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Jul 2, 2018
Australia- Prepare For The Future - Gillard-Style

Australia: prepare for the future – Gillard-Style

Julia Gillard today will promise tax cuts to business which the Opposition yesterday said were too expensive to implement. The […]
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Jun 18, 2018
Better deal for Kiwis in Oz

Better deal for Kiwis in Oz

Australia appears likely to bypass present blockages to clear a new way for New Zealanders to gain residency and citizenship […]
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Jul 2, 2018
Tough reforms could reap riches

Tough reforms could reap riches from satisfying demands of Asia

Australia is underestimating its opportunity to transform the mining boom into decades of sustained prosperity by supplying the mining, energy […]
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Jul 2, 2018
Australia's Labour Crunch Puts Mine Growth At Risk

Australia’s labour crunch puts mine growth at risk

Chronic labour shortages in resource-rich Western Australia could put mining projects at risk, as the state struggles to plug a […]
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Jul 2, 2018
Hoping To Advance Australia Fair

Hoping to advance Australia fair

Emma and Terii Rahui aren’t going to Australia to make their fortune. And they aren’t quitting their homeland for good. […]
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Jul 2, 2018
Record Exodus To Australia

Record exodus to Australia

The exodus to Australia hit record levels in May, partly due to Christchurch residents fleeing the city following February’s fatal […]
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Jul 2, 2018
buy what you can afford

Aussies return to ‘buy what you can afford’ attitude

Aussies are taking the healthy, wealthy and wise message to heart. We’re drinking and smoking less, trimming fat from our […]
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Jun 18, 2018
Australia's migrant intake set to become more English

Australia’s migrant intake set to become more ‘English’

Australia’s skilled migrant intake is set to become more “English” and less Asian because of a tougher language test and […]
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Jul 2, 2018
Business banking war hots up

Business banking war hots up

The business banking war is hotting up, with banks increasing the stakes in an attempt to take customers away from […]
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Jun 18, 2018
Prime Minister Julia Gillard Warms To Carbon Tax Help

Prime minister Julia Gillard warms to carbon tax help

The upper limit of the government’s carbon tax compensation package could be raised, with some families on incomes of up […]
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Jul 2, 2018
Unemployment drops to 33-year low

Australia’s jobless rate drops to 33-year low

The unemployment rate in Canberra dropped to a fresh 33-year low of 4.1 per cent in January, fueling speculation of […]
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Jun 18, 2018
Discover Australia's Best Walks

Discover Australia’s best walks

Australia is home to some of the best scenic drives in the world, but sometimes it’s when you step out […]
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Jun 18, 2018
Banks And Lenders In Race

Banks and lenders in race to the bottom as mortgage demand slides

Fresh evidence is emerging of a “race to the bottom” among banks and other lenders as demand for mortgages slides […]
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Jul 2, 2018