Fears Australia could charge NZers to go to school

Morning Report 7:07 am on 4 May 2017

Making New Zealanders in Australia pay to send their children to primary and secondary schools could be the next step in a crackdown across the Tasman on free public services for migrants.

Recently, Australian states have begun charging some visa holders thousands of dollars a year to send a child to  a primary school.

Some are predicting New Zealand students could well be next.

[Listen to Phil Pennington’s report].

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