Kiwis pushing for more rights in Australia

Kiwi crossing in New Zealand, 2007 (Flickr: Eric Carlson)

3 November 2017

Presented by Patricia Karvelas

In 1973 Australia and New Zealand signed the Trans-Tasman Travel Arrangement, an agreement which allows the free movement of citizens between the two countries, as well as access to other benefits such as social security.

Under this arrangement Aussies and Kiwis are equal — but are some more equal than others?


Joanne Cox, Deputy Chair, Oz Kiwi


Lisa Divissi, Producer

[Read the ABC RN Drive article].

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