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Thirty-nine men say they travelled by boat from Indonesia to remote communities in Western Australia on Friday. Video
The mistake was deemed a miscarriage of justice in the first result from the Criminal Cases Review Commission.
Migrant inflows also appear to have passed the peak with monthly gains generally trending down since August.
More than 200,000 migrants were granted fast-track residence in a post-lockdown policy, and two years on all those people are beginning to apply to settle permanently.
Former King's Singer Tim Wayne-Wright talks to Bryan Crump about giving up the globetrotting life to settle in New Zealand with his partner and young family. Video, Audio
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The boy dreamed about having to eat the family cat because there was no food, his mother told a refugee appeal tribunal.
Potential migrants are being warned to watch out for scam job offers and visas that seem too good to be true. Audio
Immigration New Zealand is warning potential migrants to watch out for scam job offers and visas that seem too good to be true.
The agency says scams on social media and apps like WhatsApp are… Audio
In this third part of the conversation around stereotypes, we're chatting about Mexico. Here Now is produced and presented by Kadambari Raghukumar. Audio
A further 167 are being investigated by Immigration New Zealand over visa abuses.
The country's infrastructure and social services may struggle if migration stays at record-high levels, a ministry has warned.
Visa holders are being warned about an increasing number of phishing scammers pretending to be immigration officers.
Here Now's first episode for 2024 is all about creatives drawing from or away from cultural stereotypes. Join Kadambari Raghukumar as she talks about some Indian tropes around Mumbai and Delhi. Audio
Who are the people being deported from New Zealand and how successful are appeals?
Migrant workers have been protesting today at not receiving their final pay after losing their jobs a month ago.
Stats NZ numbers show a net gain of 127,400 people in the year ended November 2023, down nearly 5000 on the October annual rate.
The legislation will now head to the House of Lords where it is expected to face stiff opposition.
INZ processed 519,417 visitor visa applications, approving more than 80 percent of them.
A union organiser says progress is being made on the plight of jobless Filipino workers following a meeting this afternoon.
About 500 people lost their jobs when a labour hire group ELE went into liquidation.