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New Zealand is to come to Australia's aid and take in some of its asylum seekers.
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26/02/2013 4:48:16 a.m.
Binoy Krishna Gayeen wrote:
Eligible asylum seekers can contribute to national economy . NZ and Australia needs skill manpower but non skilled is a great problem. Skilled asylum seekers can help Australia and NZ to flourish Economy like India, Bangladesh
12/02/2013 10:10:23 a.m.
why do we have to have them asylum seekers here when John Key cant even help our poor people, are they more important them our poor staving people..... wake up John Key for sure i aint gonna vote you in next election....
10/02/2013 4:42:41 p.m.
ron herbert wrote:
the prime minister dose not have the right to allow invaders into my country its gilliads problem the ausie navey should sink the boats if they enter ausie water these will be mostly muslems who think of the rest of the world as rubbish to be ex ploited im told they land in ausie with alist of demands that they entitled too the ausand nz people should look at the way they behave in british european countries and tell the bloody polos they paid to run there respective countries not the un wich i would leave as soon as in nz we struggling with by cultral problems we dont need anymore so they are gilliard and key will not be ellected again so they looking to noticed on the world stage ie helen clerk at our expence
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