New migrants plan for regional areas, Alan Tudge says there are jobs

Nadine Morton
By Nadine Morton
Updated October 9 2018 - 1:09am, first published 12:58am
MIGRANT PLAN: Minister for cities, urban infrastructure and population Alan Tudge says there are jobs for migrants in regional areas. Photo: FILE

THOUSANDS of migrants will be forced to spend their first five years outside some of Australia’s biggest cities in a new plan by the federal government.


Nadine Morton

Nadine Morton

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