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Three percent of kiwis abandon New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on March 8, 2012

January 2012 saw the 2nd highest number of Kiwis ever emigrating to Australia

The mass exodus has seen a total of at least 119,000 kiwis, or three percent of the population, abandoning the sinking ship in the past 3 years.

Some 4,700 more New Zealanders left for Australia than arrived in January, taking the annual loss to a record 38,100 in the 12 month-period, according to Statistics New Zealand.

Readers unfamiliar with the Darkland will note that the population of this country is around 4 million.

[Despite the usual rumours, Tasman Sea did not part.]

Kiwis packing up and heading across the ditch to Australia has become an all too predictable trend under National, and will only worsen as further job cuts and public sector retrenchment is realised, says Labour’s Economic Development spokesperson David Cunliffe.

January 2012 saw the second-highest number of Kiwis emigrating to Australia ever.

“While National drives down wages and puts more people on the dole, Australia is offering secure jobs that pay well. For many, moving is a no-brainer,” David Cunliffe said.

“119,000 people have now left New Zealand since National came to power promising to halt the trans-Tasman exodus. That’s more people than the city of Dunedin, and far more brains than the country can afford to lose.

“Their decision to leave can’t be blamed on the global financial crisis which has hit everyone, including Australia. Nor can it be passed off as short-term thinking. That’s National’s territory.

“The reality is Kiwis are done with slogans. They don’t think their future is looking bright,” David Cunliffe said.  [Labour Party, Fuseworks]

To avoid a nightmare scenario, Australians are well advised to demand pakeha bringing their own food and drinks, and contain the lot of them in NSW, Victoria and Tasmania!

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  • Mass NZDF exodus  “A mass exodus of more than 900 military personnel in a 12-month period has forced the New Zealand Defence Force to recruit even more staff from the United Kingdom. “

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Like Rats Deserting a Sinking Ship

Posted by te2ataria on December 20, 2008

submitted by a reader

Kiwis are Fleeing New Zealand

To avoid a nightmare scenario, Australians are well advised to demand pakeha bring their own food and drink, and contain the lot of them in NSW, Victoria and Tasmania!

Who knows what might happen next?

In the past 12 months the net loss (!) to New Zealand was about 100 kiwis per day. That is a net exodus of about 36,000 kiwis to Australia for the year.

[IMAGE of Rats Deserting a Sinking Ship!]

One report called it “the biggest exodus on record.” Other peaks in kiwis deserting  New Zealand were recorded in the late 1970s, and just after the 1987 share crash.

“In November alone, 600 more people left New Zealand than arrived. That is a bad sign for an already struggling housing market, with Westpac economists expecting house prices to fall by another 5 per cent next year.” Said the report.

The tourist industry which employs 10 percent of New Zealand workforce is also badly affected both by the global awarness of the damage caused by tourism and the recession, “cutting into the $1 million an hour that overseas tourists spend here.”

The Highlights:

  • November 2008 tourist arrivals were down 4 per cent compared with same month last year. [Not enough!]
  • The number of Japanese tourists were halved (down by 46%).
  • South Korean and Chinese visitor numbers fell sharply.

Tourism New Zealand big mouth, chief executive George Hickton said tourism could nosedive by 6 per cent or more in the peak summer season. “But our concern would be from March, the low season, as bookings are quite light.

“We will have to batten down the hatches to get through a tougher time.”

How about battening down the whole stinking racket, Mr Bogeyman?  Well, what about it?

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