Government to announce that the NSW town will take 200 humanitarian migrants, ending months of wrangling

The Australian government has chosen Armidale in northern New South Wales as the new regional settlement site for 200 humanitarian migrants.

The migrants, from Iraq and Syria, will begin settling in the city in February and will take six months to arrive.

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