New Zealanders are the most transient people in the world, with a quarter of the population having moved to a different part of the country in the past five years, according to Gallup.
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“More than 270 migrants from 43 different ethnic communities living in Dunedin have contributed to a report on social services for migrants in the city…” Otago Daily Times, Wed, 23 May 2012…
“The Dunedin Migrant Community Coordinator recognises the need for a Migrant Centre in Dunedin as a vital place for welcoming Newcomers.” Channel 9 – Dunedin TV
“The Multi Cultural Bite! Festival is a fantastic way to celebrate the diverse cultures in Mid Canterbury, race relations commissioner Joris de Bres says…” The Timaru Hearld
An article in the Marlborough Express, 17th January 2012 by IAN ALLEN
Marlburians don’t realise there is such a mix of people living here, says Marlborough Newcomers’ Network co-ordinator Margaret Western.
Ms Western said Blenheim was a very multicultural community …