New Zealand has been widely praised for their fast response to COVID-19. Next week the country is expected to be one of the first in the world to move from COVID-19 Alert Level 2 – ‘Reduce’ to Alert Level 1 – ‘Prepare’. Here’s an important update on what life under Level 1 means for New Zealanders.
With great job opportunities, fantastic education and a waterside location that guarantees you’ll enjoy spending time outdoors, it’s no surprise Auckland is top choice for Brits making the move to New Zealand. It’s important to choose a location that ticks every box on your family’s wish-list, so today we’re running through some of the best family-friendly suburbs in Auckland.
As the days get shorter, who doesn’t dream of swapping the British winter for a Kiwi summer? The good news is that, as of October, New Zealand has introduced a 6-month visa for UK citizens – so you can do just that!
The mention of New Zealand immediately summons up images of sunny days and sandy beaches. But did you know that there’s just as much to do in winter, from skiing to whale-watching? And, if it is warmer weather you’re after, escape to the mild climate of the Bay of Plenty. Find out our top ten spots for a winter holiday home in New Zealand.
New Zealand is a wonderful place to retire. Greener and less crowded than the UK, but with a mild climate and shared language and history. So, can you retire to New Zealand? We check out your options. [Please note, all procedures for moving to New Zealand are on hold at the time of writing, February 2021]