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Border reopening created staffing crisis at Immigration NZ

Immigration officials were forced into coming up with a drastic plan to cope with the border reopening.

Immigration minister Michael Wood says system has been running on an ‘exploitist charter’

Immigration minister says the economy has been overly reliant on importing low-wage labour

WSJ banned from Treasury lockups until 2025 budget

The venerable US publication has been banned from nine Treasury lockups.

Is an immigration GPS a population policy in disguise?

An immigration government policy statement would lift the veil on what's already a de facto population policy.

Slow visa processing stalls $3b+ of foreign investment

New Zealand stopped processing investor visas at a time when the wealthy were lining up to come up here.

Fair pay agreements top priority for government

The government says FPAs will encourage businesses to grow profits through innovation rather than cutting wages.

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