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Ten Top Tips for Buying Property in New Zealand

New Zealand has regularly been voted one of the best places to live in the world, but just how accessible is it for those hoping to own property in the region? If you’re thinking of making the leap to the place many call the real Middle-Earth, here are ten of the most important things to […]

 

Schools in New Zealand: Ten Facts

New Zealand schools are mostly quite good. The United Nations ranks New Zealand as the 7th best school-educated country in the world, just behind Germany and ahead of Canada. If you want to check out how good a school is, you can look it up on the Education Review Office (ERO) website. The ERO is […]

 

Business across New Zealand

Auckland  With 1.5 million people, Auckland is by far the largest city. That means it’s got the most professional services, infrastructure, support services – and consumers with an appetite to spend. Auckland’s especially strong on ICT, food and beverage, and high-value manufacturing. Waikato  Waikato, just south of Auckland, is the driving force behind New Zealand’s […]

 

The Top 10 Things You Need to Know Before Moving to New Zealand

You can never know too much. So we took a bit of a poll around the office and put together a list of things to expect (or not) about life in New Zealand. Sure, things are different. But you knew that, right? Or else you’d stay put! Take it from us: it’s worth it Kiwis […]

 

Kids & Pets

People worry about very young kids on planes but the simplest advice is just don’t. Everyone pays for their seat, right? Including you and your kid. Here’s a few tips and tricks to make the trip better for everyone. Talk it up, so the kids look forward to it. It’s not everyday we get on […]

 

How to pack like a pro

In case nobody’s mentioned it yet, you’ll get here by plane, but your stuff comes by boat. That takes about 8 weeks, maybe more. So you’ll be glamping for a while until your kitchen whizz clears customs. Here are some ideas to transform the act of packing from pain to pleasure: Don’t do it. You […]