Faces of Auckland
Sri Lankan Baba Dole moved his family to Auckland because of ongoing civil war in his homeland.
It was the historical ties between Northern Ireland and New Zealand that led Mark Fisher to Auckland.
Certain the Korean education system was failing her son, Renee Kim made the brave decision to call NZ home.
When Goran Katich moved from Yugoslavia to West Auckland in 1984 he was in search of a better life.
Solomon Islander Crofton Lulu loves Auckland life, but there's one thing he's still getting used to. The weather.
Love for a childhood sweetheart brought Fijian native Shoma Prasad to Auckland.
Auckland is now home sweet home for the Cabrera family, who hail from Colombia.
Ataur Rahman's parents didn't speak to him for seven years when he told them he was marrying a Kiwi.
Janhild Olsen's romance died, but her love for NZ remains.
90-year-old Yolanda Elliott was one of the few Italian war brides who arrived in New Zealand in 1946.
Sadiki Ruhamya wants to become a social worker to help empower refugees and give them a smooth transition into life in New Zealand.
Thomas Shum left densely populated and polluted Hong Kong for a new life in Auckland.
Mary-anne Stuart-William feels she left a jail cell behind in South Africa to start a new life in Auckland.
Thuten Kesang was New Zealand's first Tibetan refugee, arriving in Auckland in 1967.