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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.
If you have a family to consider, be assured, New Zealand is a great place to bring up children.
The rolling hills and plains of Hawke’s Bay are a world away from the busy streets and skyscrapers of her native Singapore, but food lover Ling Li Teo is right at home. Thanks to its many...
If Katy Smith ever gets homesick for her life in England, she knows how to make herself feel better. “I go outside to look at the lemon trees in our garden – because you cannot grow...
When Liam Coleman and his wife Aga Lychowska-Coleman moved to New Zealand in 2015 from England, settling in Hawke’s Bay was the last thing on their minds. The couple initially lived in...
David Haberkorn already enjoyed hunting and tramping (also known as hiking) before he moved to New Plymouth. But he says the landscape here has a unique atmosphere. “The bush [native forest]...
Sometimes, moving to another country does not mean you are unhappy with your life in your home country – it just means there are other opportunities to explore. While Jose Bignert enjoyed...
Have a look at Jose's work and life balance
A large part of feeling at home in another country is building up an adopted ‘family’ around you. Sarah-Jane Lye has acquired the nickname ‘Aunty Irish’ from two former...
Have a look at Sarah-Jane's Auckland lifestyle
Every picture tells a story – and sometimes Joy Yallop’s family jokingly tell her to stop uploading photos to social media of her life in New Zealand. “The lifestyle is amazing...
Get a taste of Joy's new life in Auckland
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