July 16, 2012

August 1, 2012 Issue

New Zealand fails to value ethnic diversity

Why are New Zealanders ambivalent about our growing ethnic diversity? Why is it that with an ethnic population numbering 500,000, we have neither a comprehensive

August 1, 2012 Issue

Sir Anand joins Indian Development Board

The Indian Government has appointed New Zealand’s former Governor General Rt Hon Sir Anand Satyanand to serve as a Member on the Board of Governors

Final IBA 2012 Workshop coming

The fourth and final free workshop for potential entrants to the Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards 2012 will be held on Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Lecture to highlight Good Governance

“Good Governance leads to trust and satisfaction expressed by citizens because an organisation with good governance becomes something with which people can feel comfortable,” writes

July 15 2012 Issue

Problems continue to daunt Indian Cricket

Ever since Gautam Gambhir led Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) to an amazing victory over Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings in the finals of IPL

July 15 2012 Issue

Workshops to promote physical fitness

The Auckland Indian Association is conducting workshops to encourage people to lead a healthy lifestyle and to improve their physical fitness. Called, ‘HOPE,’ an acronym

Muslims promote Islamic and human values

At the outset, I wish to convey my heartiest Ramadan Mubarak Greetings to the New Zealand Muslim community. Thanks to God, we have been given

Ramadan Special

Greetings from Us

Muslims living in various parts of the world will observe daylight fasting as the Holy Month of Ramadan commences on or about July 20, 2012.

Holy Month improves moral integrity

Above all else among the different acts of worship, Ramadan is a period of cognitive reading, reciting and meditating upon the Holy Quran and the

Ramadan Special

A good occasion to read the Holy Quran

Ramadan and Eid present an excellent opportunity for Muslims to brush up on reading and reciting of the Holy Quran. This scripture is the Holy

Ramadan Special

New Islamic Centre coming up in Hamilton

Muslims in the Waikato region will be happy to welcome a new Mosque, strategically located in Hamilton. Occupying a total area of 3000 Square Metres

Foundation calls to help the needy

A community leader has appealed to New Zealanders in general and Muslims in particular to donate money during the Holy Month of Ramadan. Faiyaz Khan,

Ramadan Special

Ahmadiyyas plan largest Mosque in Auckland

The fast-growing Ahmadiyya Muslim community is constructing a new Mosque in Auckland, claiming to be the largest of its type in New Zealand. The Foundation

Ramadan Special

Voluntary charity spells true human trait

‘Sadaqah’ means voluntary charity. In the earlier history of Islam, ‘Zakah’ was discussed while using the word Sadaqah. Even the Zakah collector and distributor was

July 15 2012 Issue

Young graduates add colour to Police Force

Four young men of Indian and Chinese origin, who recently graduated from the Wellington based Royal New Zealand Police College have done their communities proud,

July 15 2012 Issue

Car thieves can take you for a ride

You may be the proud owner of an expensive vehicle, worthy of jealousy and centre of attraction. Perhaps you drive an old model of a

July 15 2012 Issue

Drink if you must but safety comes first

Auckland Central City remains a relatively safe place to visit as per international standards, notwithstanding which, visitors can take a number of precautions to minimise

Woman jailed for tax fraud

The Tauranga District Court sentenced a 37-year-old woman on June 28, 2012 to undergo a prison term of two years and three months on proven

Early learning spells language proficiency

Children exposed to languages in their formative years become proficient in their later years, according to a European Commission Study. Led by Dr Karen Ashton

July 15 2012 Issue

Pre-employment experience proves its value

A new programme run by the Wellington based Multicultural Learning & Support Services (MCLaSS) focuses on teaching workplace language and offers work experience to learners,

English language programme helps refugees

Is the ‘Adult and Community Education (ACE)-funded Beginners English Programme’ achieving its purpose? Are people completing these courses successfully employed? The Programme was put to

July 15 2012 Issue

Killer disease runs after more victims

Diabetes is a dreaded disease worldwide. One in five people in Fiji suffer from diabetes and it is rising rapidly. Diabetes is a lifestyle disease,

July 15 2012 Issue

New Medical Centre offers free treatment

District Officer Peni Koro opened a New Medical Centre in Nadi on July 2. Operated by the Ramakrishna Mission, the ‘Sarada Medical Centre,’ a charitable

July 15 2012 Issue

Leave it or take it with KiwiSaver

KiwiSaver reached its five-year anniversary on July 1, 2012 and you may now be eligible to withdraw your funds. You may withdraw funds from KiwiSaver

July 15 2012 Issue

Veteran Treasury man to head Reserve Bank

Former World Bank Managing Director Graeme Wheeler will be the next Governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand. He will succeed Dr Alan Bollard

July 15 2012 Issue

Promising prospects for Trans-Pacific Partnership

Trade Minister Tim Groser has returned from the OECD and APEC Ministerial meetings, noticeably more upbeat about the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). While the meetings agreed

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