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  •   Home > News > Politics

    Immigration has been on our Prime Minister's agenda during her trip to Australia

    Immigration has been on our Prime Minister's agenda during her trip to Australia


    At a business breakfast in Melbourne this morning, Jacinda Ardern says we need to maintain wage and working conditions.

    She says our working holiday and Accredited Employer Work Visas prove we are trying our best to get the country back open.

    Ardern says it's all about encouraging those with desirable skills to come into the country as easily as possible.

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