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Find out how recent migrants found their move to New Zealand and why they love their new home.
New Zealanders are typically welcoming to newcomers. Hear a few stories shared by recent migrants.
From preparing your CV to getting an interview, hear how these recent Migrants got their jobs in New Zealand.
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One to ten One Kotahi or Tahi Six Ono Two Rua Seven Whitu Three Toru Eight Waru Four Whā Nine Iwa Five Rima Ten Tekau The most basic sentence for asking how many is: E hia nga mea? (How many things...
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First introduced when New Zealand's legal drinking age changed in 1999, the then 18+ Card was designed to help licensed alcohol retailers to make sure their customers were 18 or over. Since then...
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