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Designer and 'shapers' for US billionaire's golf course allowed in

Rebecca Stevenson
Mon, 17 Aug 2020

Rebecca Stevenson
Mon, 17 Aug 2020
A golf course designer and three 'shapers' have been approved entry to New Zealand as critical workers for US billionaire Ric Kayne’s coastal Te Arai Links courses north of Auckland.Immigration NZ confirmed to BusinessDesk the four were granted exemptions on July 14 so work can start on one of the two 18-hole 'championship level' courses planned for Kayne’s development.Managing partner of Te Arai Links, Jim Rohrstaff, said the golf course 'architect' and the shapers would work hands-on to devel...

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