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English Expats In New Zealand
If you are looking to connect with English expats in New Zealand, then this page brings together all the latest expat blogs New Zealand written by English bloggers, any interviews, articles and news items we have here at ExpatsBlog.com.
Latest Blogs by English Expats Living in New Zealand
- Lost in Silver Fern
A Yorkshire Gal in Wellington shares stories of the city of Wellington, travel, nature, expat advice and all things that come with the reality of living local in NZ.
- Cruising Pink Diamond
A sailing blog by a couple of Brits, sharing our story about stepping outside our comfort zone aboard a yacht called Pink Diamond, here in Aoteoroa, this beautiful country we now call home.
- Thistles and Kiwis
A blog about a Scottish woman, who lived in Denmark, and moved to New Zealand (by Thistles and Kiwis)
- POMS AWAY!
My family moved to New Zealand from the North of England when I was ten years old. At first, I hated my parents for tearing me away from everything I loved, but now, twelve years on, I realise how lucky I am to live in New Zealand!
- Te Ngakau
Te Ngakau is a family kitchen and garden diary from a city girl gone rural.
Latest Expat Interviews/ Articles
- British Expat Living in New Zealand Interview with Lynn
Lynn and her partner Tom are Brits who moved to Aoteoroa almost 7 years ago. Proud to now be New Zealand citizens, they have fully embraced life in The Land of the Long White Cloud. After learning to...
- American Expat Living in New Zealand - Interview with Ellen & Scott
Ellen and Scott have lived overseas since 2001 - first in Scotland and then in New Zealand. They both have anthropology degrees and love to explore other cultures. When Ellen was transferred to...
- British Expat Living in New Zealand - Interview with Abigail
Abigail was born in the North of England in 1991. The first few years of her life were spent dancing and writing what she thought were novels. At the age of 10, she was dragged kicking and screaming...
- British Expats Living in New Zealand - Interview With Nicola
Nicola and her husband John are originally from the UK and currently living in New Zealand. Nicola is a trained English teacher back in the UK but taking a break from teaching to pursue her love of...
- US Expat Living in Wellington, NZ - Interview With Diane
Originally from Wyckoff, New Jersey, Diane Morgan left the US in 2002 on a Watson Fellowship and has lived abroad ever since. She spent a year in Berlin on a Fulbright Scholarship, completed her...
- The 5 Minute Guide On How To Emigrate To New Zealand
Read this useful guide that summarises key information you should know for immigrating and settling in New Zealand. Visas New Zealand welcomes a range of skilled workers and investors through...
Latest News Relating to New Zealand or England
- Expats help revitalize New Zealand’s real estate sector
New Zealand’s real estate market is still defying worldwide doom and gloom. Whilst realtors across the world are predicting massive drops in property valuation, New Zealand’s real estate...
- Japan to allow expats trapped overseas to return in August
Expats and students trapped outside Japan will be allowed to re-enter in August. Expat residents and students who left Japan before April 3 and are now stranded overseas will be allowed to...
- UAE now banking on air bridges to stimulate its economy
The United Arab Emirates is now planning to establish air bridges between the emirates and a number of European countries. With more than one eye on tourism as well as business travellers, the...
- British expats looking to secure home country property
It seems the effects of the pandemic on British expats overseas are causing increased interest in the purchase of property back in the home country. According to a survey conducted by a leading...
- Survey shows most expat Brits don’t ever want to return
Results of a recent survey have revealed just under two thirds of expat Britons have no intention of ever returning to the home country. Some six out of every ten respondents to the survey said...