He said giving asylum seekers New Zealand residence could give them a back-door into Australia. "We made the offer because we saw a great need", she said.
Newshub has also learned that New Zealand is upset at the Australian media's leaking of official intelligence on how boats have been stopped from coming to New Zealand.
With the situation worsening by the day, the PNG government is demanding a solution while Australia is denying responsibility.
"People will die when that happens".
"That's a good approach, if those that really want to go to Lorengau than they obviously can go there but those that did not really want to go to Lorengau they can stay back in Lobrum awaiting this court and you can't force anybody against his will and so they can't be forced to go to the place where they don't really want to go, so the approach that they are taking is good", the refugees and asylum seekers lawyer Ben Lomai said.
Ardern, who previously reiterated NZ's offer, criticised Australia's unyielding stance on Sunday. Australia's prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, most recently refused it earlier this month.
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John Key first made it to then Australian leader Julia Gillard in 2013.
Mr Turnbull had a meeting with US President Donald Trump on Monday morning in Manila and the pair will share dinner together where the US offer to accept 1250 refugees - agreed by former president Barack Obama - is likely to come up.
The United States has agreed to resettle up to 1,250 refugees that Australia keeps on Papua New Guinea and the Pacific island nation of Nauru.
Now there are more than 400 refugees who have barricaded themselves in the mothballed Manus Island detention centre fearing they'll be attacked by locals if they're moved by Papua New Guinean authorities to alternative accommodation. "Peace Action Wellington condemns Australia's inhumane border policies that led to this situation, and the government must follow suit", said Emma. The crowd were watched by a dozen police but their demonstration ended peacefully.
The objective of the protest was to prevent anyone inside from leaving, Peace Action Wellington spokeswoman Emma Cullen said.
Manus Island refugees said they were advised on Saturday by officials their eviction deadline would be extended another 24-hours, by which point they would be forcibly removed from the processing camp which had been without food, water or medical supplies for almost two weeks.