New Zealand Embassy Manila, The Philippines
From this month, young Filipinos and New Zealanders will be able to spend a year working, studying and holidaying in each other's country.
A new working holiday scheme will allow 100 Filipinos to holiday and work in New Zealand and 100 New Zealanders to do the same in the Philippines each year.
New Zealand Foreign Minister Murray McCully says the scheme, open to people aged 18-30 with a tertiary qualification, will further promote the important links between our two countries.
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Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully today announced New Zealand will provide a further $2.975 million [approximately105 million pesos] to help those affected by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, taking New Zealand’s total contribution to more than $5m [approximately 175 million pesos].