Kiwis deported from Australia under the government's controversial 501 policy, look set for a reprieve, if they've been across the ditch for a substantial time period.
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Australia admits Kiwis treated 'worse' than other migrants
Photo / File Australia is treating New Zealanders like second-class citizens, the country's Home Affairs Minister Clare O'Neil has admitted on Q+A today.
Man with two decades of offending in Australia escapes 501 deportation
A New Zealand man, due to be deported from Australia under its 501 policy, has convinced authorities to let him stay despite his extensive criminal history, drug addiction and a recent prison sentence.
Government rejects Samoan deportee's bid to stay in Aotearoa
A rapist who grew up in New Zealand will be deported to Samoa, where he has no family, and can't speak the language, after the Immigration Minister today turned down his appeal to stay here.
Call for support service for NZers to stop deportation from Oz
National Māori Authority chairman Matthew Tukaki wants an advocacy service for New Zealanders facing deportation from Australia.
501 appeals overwhelmingly rejected- report
A woman who would be prevented from visiting her daughter's grave if she was deported to New Zealand is one of dozens of "501s" managing to overturn being kicked out of Australia.
No 501 freeze- New Aussie PM
Australia's prime minister says the country’s controversial 501 deportation policy will continue, despite opposition by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern as the two leaders met in Sydney this week.
501 Kiwis to be focus for PM's Aussie visit
Australia's controversial 501 deportation policy will be in focus when the Prime Minister meets with her Aussie counterpart, Australia's new PM, Anthony Albanese.
501 ram-raider wins bid to stay in Aussie
A 501 deportee destined for Aotearoa has been given a 'second chance' to reform his life, just a week after Australia's conservative government was ousted by the centre-left Labor party.
501 deportee who died in Australian custody was Christchurch mother of two
A wāhine who killed herself in an Australian immigration detention centre had her access to mental health medication restricted, and in the hours before ending her life, her cell was raided by guards who removed a stray cat she had adopted, during her stay at the centre.