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Immigration New Zealand registered four times more website visits than usual from Australia the day after the country's general election.
Policy differences between New Zealand and Australia will be under review if Labor makes it into government over the ditch this weekend.
Australian political commentators and academics say race and immigration have been largely missing from this month's election campaign as a consequence of the mosque attacks.
The Philippines is considering action on the Manila-based internet forums 4chan and 8chan, which were used by the accused mosque shooter to spread his manifesto and livestream the attacks.
Immigration New Zealand is not allocating case officers to some visa applications for more than five months as it tries to meet new government targets on which residents it wants.
Businesses say they are missing out on staff and immigrants are facing long waits for news as delays to visa processing continue.
The convicted drug smuggler was earmarked for deportation less than a year after he arrived in the country.
A deaf South African man who was given a second chance to stay in New Zealand after kidnapping a six-year-old girl went on to indecently assault a second victim.
Immigration New Zealand is being criticised for using the Christchurch mosque shootings as a "convenient excuse" for visa delays.
Education providers are being urged to use mystery shoppers at overseas education fairs to check whether their agents are duping students.
Immigration New Zealand says restructuring of its offices and the peak summer volumes of visas are to blame for frustrating delays being suffered by tourists, students and workers.
A real estate agent who indecently assaulted a boy while working as an Uber driver has lost his battle against deportation to India.
Unregulated marketing managers hired by New Zealand education institutes are using cut-throat recruitment practices to lure international students, some immigration advisers say.
New Zealanders would be given special treatment in Australian deportation appeals under recommendations from an inquiry set up by Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton.
A Pakistani man has won the first stage of a battle over a sick note which derailed his claim to be facing death at the hands of the Taliban.
Four out of every 10 appeals against Immigration New Zealand decisions have been upheld - leading immigration advisers to wonder if even more people may be missing out on residence because of flawed…
Farmers say they face having to send skilled workers home in 18 months time because of how their jobs are measured by immigration officials.
A widowed teacher with an autistic son is among those pleading for an answer on whether their parents will be allowed to join them under a shelved immigration programme.
After revelations that new resident numbers dropped significantly in the last financial year, the government has been accused of trying to make it harder to get residence visas. Audio
Workers' representatives say rogue employers are finding new ways to deter New Zealanders from applying for jobs so that they can recruit and exploit immigrants instead.
The police watchdog has found two officers were justified in shooting at Rollie Heke, who fired at them in Waikato.
A New Zealand-born man who has lived in Australia since he was a two-year-old has won a battle against deportation.
Foreign patients have cost the three Auckland district health boards $53m in bad debts in the past five years.
A Pakistani man involved in a people-smuggling operation in America, who gained residence in New Zealand, is the subject of a fraud investigation and is going to be deported.
An elderly woman who became a refugee after years of attacks by her husband in China faced deportation from New Zealand because she needed residential care.