Wed May 4: Iraqis in NZ; Trucks in Aus
Iraqis in New Zealand
Tonight in the studio Susan Wood talks to Winston Peters and Simon Laurent, the lawyer for Amer Mahdi Al-Khashali, who is the former Iraqi minister Peters has identified as a security risk to this country. And, from Bangkok, reporter Charlotte Glennie finds out what's going on in the New Zealand Immigration Office. Meanwhile, reporter Bryan Seymour talks to the son of the retired Iraqi diplomat Zuhair Mohammed al-Omar - the rabbit - as Winston Peters describes him, who was identified by the government as an undesireable and has had his visitor's visa revoked.
Michael Holland reports on the shortage of truckies in Australia and the call to get big rig Kiwi drivers across the ditch to drive and earn top dollar. You can apply to the Mitchell Corporation by clicking HERE .