May 30, 2011

June 1 2011 Issue

More ethnic cops planned for Auckland beats

New Zealand Police is keen to recruit more people of Asian origin as sworn officers to reflect the growing ethnic diversity in the Country’s population,

June 1 2011 Issue

Join us to salute Sir Anand Satyanand

Sir Anand Satyanand will retire in August after completing five years as our Governor General. As the Representative of Queen Elizabeth II and the people,

Online Visa process to India

If you need a visa to visit India, visit the Indian High Commission website (www.hicomind.org.nz) and complete the application form online. The Wellington based Diplomatic

June 1 2011 Issue

Ever been in a cage of hell like layer hens?

The Poultry industry desperately needs major reforms. Presently, 88% of the roughly 3.5 million egg-producing Hens in New Zealand lead a miserable life in tiny

June 1 2011 Issue

Talk Pack for India

In response to requests from customers in New Zealand’s Indian community, 2 Degrees has developed a special Talk Pack specifically for calling India. The ‘India120

India’s worst enemy is at home

The nuclear developments in Germany over the past fortnight on the heels of the Fukushima crisis have grave implications for India. German Chancellor Angela Merkel

June 1 2011 Issue

Endoscopic Tower to boost Fiji health plan

An Endoscopic Tower will shortly make its way to Lautoka Hospital in Fiji to help medical practitioners provide faster and better quality healthcare to the

Workshops motivate Awards entrants

A growing number of businesspersons of Indian origin believe that the free Workshops being held as part of the Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards (IBA)

June 1 2011 Issue

National puts economy in reverse gear

People in the Indian community are working hard and doing everything they should do, but they just cannot get ahead. Prices are rising much faster

Budget busts incentive to save

Governments should stop meddling with savings schemes and going back on promises made by previous regimes. The Labour Government introduced a savings scheme in the

June 1 2011 Issue

Justice remains national priority

This year’s Budget was National’s third and a very important part of our on-going plan to rebalance the economy towards savings and productive investment. We

June 1 2011 Issue

The merits and otherwise of FPP and MMP

The recently held State elections in India and the Parliamentary elections in Canada indicate the ‘perils of rule by majority.’ In Canada, the incumbent Conservative

Is MMP the fairest of them all?

If there is one issue (other than increasing their salaries and perks), that would prompt our politicians to close ranks and voice their support in

Export Education

Downgrading Indian market begs the question

Over the past two years, New Zealand has been experiencing the worst recession since the Great Depression of the 1930s. We rely heavily in high

Export Education

Good health keeps Indian students ahead

Indian students in New Zealand enjoy better physical and mental health compared to their Asian and European counterparts, a Survey has revealed. But it also

Export Education

Quality stands out in noisy market

How does a potential student wade through a plethora of Private Training Institutes (PTEs) to select one that not only meets his or her academic

Institute success inspires employers

For those whose top priority is launching a career, private training provider New Zealand Management Academies (NZMA) is the ideal place to study. NZMA’s School

Export Education

Graduate course for Immigration Advisers

A New Zealand educational institution is currently developing a Course for Immigration Advisers for delivery from next year. The Immigration Advisers Authority (IAA) signed a

Know India Programme for youth

If you a Person of Indian Origin (but not a Non-Resident Indian holding an Indian Passport) in the 18-26 age group, keen to see India

Freemasons Scholars take on new challenges

If scholarships create opportunities to learn and if learning leads to advanced research and achievements, we can then expect a neuroscientist, a public health specialist

Rethinking University education

Economists and social commentators in the US are wondering whether higher education has become a new ‘bubble,’ with many people accumulating large amounts of debt

Mara stirs hornet’s nest

Recent political developments in Fiji following the defection of Lt Col Tevita Uluilakeba Mara to Tonga has stirred observers, eager to see its impact on

June 1 2011 Issue

Crisis calls for Welfare Reform

With the financial crisis forcing governments around the world to tighten their belts, the call for welfare reform is growing stronger. In Australia, teenage parents

June 1 2011 Issue

Fiji puts lawyers on trial

The Independent Legal Services Commission in Fiji has caused a tsunami of surprises pronouncing guilty verdicts on senior members of the legal fraternity. Former Fiji

Budget

This Budget is no lolly-scramble

National’s Budget 2011 sets out the next steps of the Government’s programme to build faster growth, increase national savings and create sustainable jobs built on

Budget

An early return to surplus

The combined impact of the Christchurch rebuild, high commodity prices and the proposed sell down of a minority stake in certain SOEs have provided the

Fiscal policy short of expectations

Budget 2011 can be characterised as “cautious and safe,” with most announcements generally pointing in the right direction of reducing Government expenditure and debt. However

Budget 2011: What the Government says

Benefits of mixed ownership The Government owns about $220 billion of assets, and expects to invest another $34 billion over the next five years. In

Spending cuts begin at Beehive

Budget 2011 signifies a further step in the Government’s ‘sinking-lid’ approach to stemming a decade long trend of expenditure increasing relative to GDP. The Government’s

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