NZ visa delays causing heartbreak for foreign couples - 'tears filled in her eyes everyday'
One migrant described hearing multiple explosions and said her and her baby were lucky to survive.
Footage shows Libyan migrant detention centre in ruins after airstrike kills 40
Airstrike kills 44 migrants in Libyan detention centre; UN says it could be a war crime
Conditions in migrant detention facilities a 'ticking time bomb', US watchdog says
Rows of recent planted of young pine trees.
Forestry contractor calls for Immigration Minister’s resignation over visa delays
Oscar Alberto Martínez Ramírez and his daughter, Valeria, were found face down in shallow water along the bank of the Rio Grande.
Hundreds mourn father and toddler who drowned trying to reach the US
Number of fraudulent visa applications for New Zealand nearly doubles
Authorities stand behind yellow warning tape along the Rio Grande bank where the bodies of Salvadoran migrant Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez and his nearly two-year-old daughter Valeria were found.
Searing image of drowned father and toddler near US border highlights plight of migrants
The Foreign Affairs Minister said, “We’ll see where we finally settle”, when asked if the family link policy would be dropped.
Winston Peters argues NZ's Africa and Middle East refugee policy 'can hardly be racist'
Venables, aged 10, and another boy killed two-year-old James Bulger in Liverpool, England, in 1993.
'Don’t bother applying' – PM's message to Jon Venables, killer of two-year-old James Bulger
Auckland university staff 'silenced' over complaints about extreme far-right views
Refugee family of Christchurch mosque attack victims resettle in New Zealand
The Red Cross has seen four times the normal amount of people inquiring to work in the refugee programme.
'Best of humanity' brought out in wake of Christchurch terrorist attack with spike in refugee support volunteers
Abbas Nazari and Guled Mire talk to TVNZ1’s Breakfast on World Refugee Day.
From asylum seeker to Fulbright scholar, young Kiwi shares success story for World Refugee Day
Kiwifruit vine in orchard (file picture).
National proposes new visa with farmers, growers 'crying out for skilled labour'
Arrivals (file picture).
Visitor arrivals from China down in April
"Vineyard, Marlborough, New Zealand"
Contractor ordered to pay $30k for exploitation of migrants at popular Hawke's Bay vineyard
But Iain Lees-Galloway wouldn’t tell Breakfast whether the policy regarding Muslims from Africa and the Middle East will now change.
NZ refugee policy 'the very definition of discrimination' - Immigration Minister
Is it racist? 'Very serious questions' raised about fairness of NZ's refugee policy
Over 11,000 people logged onto the Immigration NZ website the day after the Aussie election.
Crikey! It's not their election result that's making Aussies want to fly the coop for NZ
The Canterbury town will take refugees under the Government's policy to increase the annual refugee quota to 1500.
Ashburton - a town with a lot to offer refugees as a newly-named settlement location
New Zealand visitor numbers down, Easter break timing and Christchurch terrorist attack possible cause
Aged care nurses added to long-term skills shortage list
Hundreds of Sri Lankans in New Zealand have spent the day desperately trying to contact loved ones back home.
Sri Lankans living in NZ grapple with shock, sadness after terrorist attacks back home
Airport bag check (file picture).
Tighter airport eGate checks after 'unruly tourist' skips the country
A file image of two police officers.
Two more British nationals accused of roof scams, bringing total to five
With days to go before another critical Brexit deadline, Ms Clarke talks about what possible outcomes could mean for New Zealand.
'I only see upsides' - British official upbeat about post-Brexit relationship with NZ
Australia's most famous Kiwi deportee still fighting for right to be with family, three years on
Auckland Skyline Generic
Expressions of interest in migrating to NZ spike following Christchurch mosques attack
Peter Elms of Immigration NZ says some visas are linked to a 'primary applicant' who may have died in the attacks.
Immigration NZ helping families sort visas after mosque attacks - 'Let's take that stress away from you'