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Tiny New Zealand town with 'too many jobs' launches drive to recruit outsiders

Kaitangata, on the South Island, is offering new residents attractively priced house and land packages in the hope of tempting city-dwellers to relocate

A tiny New Zealand town has a unique problem – too many jobs, too many affordable houses and not enough people to fill them.

So the 800 residents of picturesque Kaitangata, on the South Island, have launched a recruitment drive to lure new residents to the town.

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Malcolm Turnbull's tax cuts and savings likely to face Senate roadblock

Coalition unlikely to win minor party and independent backing for superannuation and family benefit changes or company tax cuts, a Guardian Australia survey shows

The Coalition’s full company tax cut plan and many of its long-stalled “zombie” savings have little chance of becoming law after the election, a Guardian Australia survey has revealed, despite Malcolm Turnbull’s claim only Labor would face the “chaos” of negotiations with minor parties and independents.

And if Bill Shorten was to form government after Saturday, he would be forced to negotiate to get his plans to limit negative gearing and capital gains tax concessions through the Senate.

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Woman who lived with police spy criticises BBC drama Undercover

‘Alison’ says show has sensationalised the experiences of women like her and is inauthentic

A BBC drama on undercover policing has been branded “misleading and inauthentic” by one of the women on whose life story it is partly based.

The BBC1 series Undercover follows a happily married couple thrown into chaos when the husband’s true identity as a police spy threatens to become public.

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Undercover UK police spy apologises after being tracked down by woman he deceived

Exclusive: Helen Steel flew from London to Australia to confront John Dines, who now directs a police training course in Sydney. He tricked her into a two-year relationship while working undercover

A British social justice campaigner has flown from London to Australia to confront a former police spy who deceived her into having a two-year relationship and is now involved in directing police training courses in Australia.

Helen Steel, the campaigner, tracked down John Dines after spending years piecing together clues to uncover his real identity.

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