NZAMI is critical of the government’s proposed immigration changes as it does not think Kiwis can fill the void.
Kim Campbell says when it comes to immigration, New Zealand “doesn’t have to beg for people to come here.”
New Zealand plans to categorise high- and low-skilled temporary work visas depending on how much a person earns.
Ministers are acting as advocates for Wellington bureaucrats to Auckland voters rather than the other way around – and voters are starting to notice.
The number of New Zealanders heading overseas to live has fallen to the lowest level since 1984.