September 30, 2012

Oct 15 2012 Issue

Officials get tough with tax evaders

The Inland Revenue Department (IRD) is getting tough with tax evaders, those filing false returns and companies and individuals hiding their real income. An increasing

Oct 15 2012 Issue

Small businesses deserve support

Small businesses are the backbone of many of our communities. When I am out and about across the country, I enjoy visiting businesses and employers

Oct 15 2012 Issue

Christine Fletcher, our Master of Ceremonies

Triangle TV has arranged former Mayoress of Auckland and former Minister Christine Fletcher to be the Master of Ceremonies at the Indian Newslink Indian Business

Sponsors get together to promote Awards

“We believe that the Indian business community is one of the most significant partners in New Zealand’s progress and development. It is gratifying that over

October 1 2012 Issue

Emerging professionals seek leadership

A new organisation of emerging entrepreneurs and professionals aims to foster qualities of leadership and responsibility among the younger members of the business community in

Indo-Kiwi bilateral ties tighten

India and New Zealand held foreign office consultations in Wellington on September 24 on their bilateral ties and exchanged views on global and regional issues.

October 1 2012 Issue

Dawn of new era in public transport

Auckland’s train stations are starting to sport new ticket and top-up machines as we enter a new era for the city’s public transport. From October

Discord continues but Temple project safe

An Indian Newslink initiative to bring together two warring groups within the Shirdi Saibaba Sansthan of New Zealand Inc failed to achieve its objective but

Burglar offers ‘consultancy services’

Generally, the term “consultancy fees” prompts us to think of trained and qualified professionals who charge companies, organisations or individuals for advice on, or management

Director guilty of $5 million fraud

Mr Evan Paul Cherry (53) pleaded guilty on September 7 at the North Shore District Court to four charges laid under the Crimes Act by

October 1 2012 Issue

Artistic gourmet captivates High Tea challenge

Young Auckland chef Chris Webb and his waiter partner Leanne Ayre won the New Zealand section of the ‘Dilmah Real High Tea Challenge 2012,’ with

October 1 2012 Issue

Graduate makes a start with marketing services

A young entrepreneur, just out of the university, has already established a booming business in the advertising and marketing industry, selling his services in the

October 1 2012 Issue

Students ‘live below the line’ to raise money

A number of young students are participating in a project that makes them understand the significance of hunger, frugality in diet and most important of

October 1 2012 Issue

The ticking time bomb of the Muslim world

The education system in the Muslim countries is in a crisis, which can lead to a number of problems with a potential to adversely affect

October 1 2012 Issue

Less time for research at Open Polytechnic

Research and development time could be slashed in half at the Open Polytechnic of New Zealand if managers get their way in employment negotiations. Employers

October 1 2012 Issue

TEU elects new President

The Tertiary Education Union (TEU) elected Lesley Francey of Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) to the post of President in 2013 through the Members’ ballot

Oct 15 2012 Issue

Agreements to promote Fiji-China ties

While its two powerful neighbours (Australia and New Zealand) take baby steps in restoring economic and political ties, China is taking giant strides in its

Cultural workshop for Indo-Fijians

Indo-Fijians residing in Auckland, particularly in Waitakere, will have an opportunity to understand and discuss issues relating to family violence at a workshop due to

Advice on Presidential appointment

The National Advisory Council to the People’s Charter for Change, Peace and Progress has suggested to the Constitution Commission that the Fijian Parliament should henceforth

October 1 2012 Issue

When there is a will, there is no uncertainty

You cannot take it with you, but you can ensure that your hard-earned assets go to the right people, your loved ones, without huge legal

October 1 2012 Issue

SilkAir puts Visakhapatnam on international route

SilkAir, the regional wing of Singapore Airlines (SIA), will launch direct air services between Singapore and Visakhapatnam, India, on October 28, 2012, subject to regulatory

October 1 2012 Issue

Double taxation pricks Trans-Tasman ties

We welcome the interim report of the Productivity Commissions of Australia and New Zealand on strengthening trans-Tasman economic relations. The joint study by the two

New Zealand economy remains stagnant

Official and unofficial data show a subdued New Zealand economy. The BusinessNZ Planning Forecast, based on numerous current economic indicators, shows New Zealand’s economic activity

October 1 2012 Issue

Gold prices react to market pressure

Customers at New Zealand Mint ask what influences the price of gold. Many factors lead to setting the gold price and although not exclusive, the

October 1 2012 Issue

Paradigm shift in thinking for better morrow

I left New Zealand six years ago for Asia to take up a senior lecturing post at a leading high learning institution because my field

Income inequality peaks in New Zealand

Recent reports show that income inequality rose again in the year to June 2011, in New Zealand, Central Trade Union Economist Bill Rosenberg has said.

October 1 2012 Issue

Social policy creates ideological confusion

The Government’s new social obligations policy announced last fortnight by Social Development Minister Paula Bennett shows ideological confusion. It was not too long ago that

October 1 2012 Issue

Resource Management Act misfires

The Resource Management Act (RMA) was introduced with the expectation that it would empower communities. It has done the opposite. It has evolved into a

Business performance causes anxiety

The service sector was in a complete holding pattern in August, according to the BNZ – BusinessNZ Performance of Services Index (PSI). The PSI 50.0,

New Markets chief at RBNZ

The Reserve Bank has appointed Mark Perry as Head of Financial Markets, effective 10 September 2012. The Financial Markets Department is responsible for the Bank’s

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