New Zealand -- Student market / Fraud fears / Political "rot"?

New Zealand immigration officials target corruption in Indian student market.  Immigration officials are keeping watch on managers at 17 private training enterprises and five polytechnics who they suspect of corrupt activities in the Indian student market.
Andrew Laxon/ NZ Herald:

Officials' tertiary fraud fears revealed.  Tertiary institution staff are suspected of fraud and corruption and their employers may be turning a blind eye to some offending, an Immigration New Zealand intelligence report says.
John Gerritsen/Radio New Zealand:

Political Roundup: Rot in the NZ political system spreads (commentary).  "There are so many outrageous elements to the whole story, and enough unanswered questions about all of the institutions involved, to make the public doubt that New Zealand really is as free of corruption as we often assume."
NZ Herald:

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