A small town in the South Island's Clutha District, Kaitangata, is the home of 800 people.
Unemployment is two; not two percent, two people.
The Kaitangata Community Group has launched a drive to lure new residents to the town.
The scheme involves offering house and land packages in the rural town for an attractive $230,000, and there are roughly 1000 jobs on offer in the Clutha District for families who relocate to Kaitangata.
The initiative hopes to attract Kiwis who are struggling to pay rent and survive in the big cities.
Clutha District Mayor Bryan Cadogan joined Paul Henry this morning.