Yes, its true. New Zealand has a real shortage of Board Game Designers at the moment. We just can't seem to keep them from moving offshore after graduating from our board gaming institutions. Good to know that the gaps in our ailing economy are being plugged post haste.
England feels very dull at the moment
I sincerely hope he's done his due diligence on NZ.
I met quite a few Brit ex-pats during my time in NZ, some of whom I'm still friends (err, mates) with to this day. Every one of them (including my mates, God love 'em) had this creepy, nostalgic, semi-racist view of modern England and the 'good old days', which they perceived New Zed to be closer to. Traffic-chavs-Pakis-welfarequeens-blahblahblah.
I love Godsown, but "Nothing interesting going on in England, going to move to New Zealand." Really? Move for the hunting, for the beautiful sky, for the diving, for the relatively progressive politics (except Key's really fucked that up), for the friendly people, but there're more interesting things happening in one London weekend than happen in NZ in a year.