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Australian employers say they've been inundated with New Zealanders looking for work across the Tasman.
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10/09/2012 10:08:07 p.m.
I agree with Tim leaving NZ for the money is not enough of a reason to go, I know I wouldn't. I've lived all over the world and its my opinion that NZ has got something special, something that is shared only by selected few societies around the world and that is community. helping a complete stranger with something a freindly conversation a beautiful feeling shared by all awaiting an Air New Zealand flight home.
This place is more than money.
13/05/2012 8:55:48 p.m.
Rebecca Hill wrote:
That photo is me holding my son :)
13/05/2012 2:48:16 p.m.
I don't think chasing the $ is a good enough reason to go, the spike in numbers will be chch quake refugees of all ages. they've got their pay out,their community is shattered, what have they got to lose. I would probably go in that case. but I'm not driven by money. the lifestyle here is still pretty good. its all very well getting a well paid mining job. but who wants to live in a dry dusty stinking hot town in inland oz!
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