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Audio program

08 Oct 2017

In an unprecedented move, in August 2017 Chinese officials chartered a plane to Fiji and deported seventy-seven of their own citizens who had been living on the Pacific island

But as Hagar Cohen reports China's official explanation for this unusual extradition is being questioned by eye...

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Commentary

05 Oct 2017

When news broke two months ago that seventy-seven Chinese nationals had been deported from Fiji on a China Southern aircraft, the pictures seemed to tell the whole story. The criminals, said to be involved in a massive telecommunications fraud targeting people all over China, were marched onto...

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Journal article

01 Mar 2017

The British preference of Australian immigration policy was challenged by the demands of a rapidly expanding post-war programme overseen by the newly established Department of Immigration. An essential function of the department was the screening of prospective migrants against criteria shaped...

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Video interview

27 Oct 2015

Labour corrections spokesperson Kelvin Davis says New Zealand has a moral duty toward its citizens being held in Australian detention centres. Speaking to Paul Henry, Mr Davis said until things improve, the New Zealand Government should refuse to back Australia's bid to get on the United Nations...

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