A Long Way Home

“We spent a couple of days in Arrowtown, a welcome distance from the summer crowds of nearby Queenstown. Retaining its gold-rush charm, the main street is a cluster of heritage-style shops and original miners’ cottages, making it easy to imagine the lives of families who emigrated here to make their fortune panning the Arrow River…

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London Was Never An Easy Gig For Kiwis

Op-ed piece written in response to I’m talented. I’m hard-working. I’m blonde. So why can’t I find a job in London? by Alex Hazlehurst… “Please don’t be fooled: there was never a gold-paved road for expat New Zealanders and anyone who tells you so is either misinformed, pulling your leg, or they got exceptionally lucky. London…

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