Kiwis crossing the ditch to Australia at a thirty year high - news. "Those of us left have been called an endangered species." 23 October, 2008.
- Shows a man in a bar lamenting that those kiwis left in New Zealand have been called an endangered species. Refers to a statement that the number of Kiwis going to Australia is at a 30 year high. Refers to the fact that many New Zealanders are moving to Australia because they expect to have a higher standard of living. Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
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