September 30, 2013

October 1, Issue

Banks lauds Indian entrepreneurial spirit

Indian businesses are among the strongest partners in the growth and development of the economy and many of them have been a source of inspiration

October 1, Issue

Leave the Rupee back in India

Travellers taking Indian currency notes into and out of India would be liable for punitive measures as the authorities have put in place a new

October 1, Issue

Sydney invites Indian Diaspora for dialogue

The ‘Pravasi Bharatiya Divas’ initiative, now 10 years in operation, has seen thousands of people of Indian origin connect with their roots in a programme

October 1, Issue

Sponsors lift Business Awards quality

Sponsors form the backbone of every commercial or community initiative and their support is imperative for the success of any venture, Small Business Minister John

A new bridge to deliver stronger relations

While bilateral relations between New Zealand and India have taken significant strides in recent years, there is still substantial scope for improvement and engagement in

Assault victim calls for stringent laws

A Manukau resident has called on the Police, Courts and other law enforcement agencies to show no mercy on criminals who terrorise innocent people in

New Statute proposed for social bodies

The Law Commission has issued a Report recommending the repeal of the Incorporated Societies Act 1908 and replacing it with a modern Statute. If approved,

October 1, Issue

Sudima Scholarships to foster young leaders

In a move that could inspire community responsibility among corporate entities, a growing hotel establishment has launched a Scholarship scheme for promoting the interests of

October 1, Issue

Teenager downs hair, raises $6500 for Cancer

An increasing number of young men and women of Indian origin are beginning to join the efforts of their elders in raising funds in aid

Reunion takes Fijians back to their homeland

To most New Zealanders, especially those residing in Auckland, George Street in Papatoetoe brings memories of yesteryears with its old buildings and educational institutions. That

Partnership Schools deserve a fair chance

As expected, there has been considerable reaction to Education Minister Hekia Parata’s announcement of the five successful applicants for Partnership School contracts on September 17,

New life commences in paranormal world

If you believe in the paranormal world which often depicts the conquest and possession of evil over good (temporarily at least), you would then give

Octobeer 15, 2013 Issue

Funds sought for kidney transplant

Friends of a visiting Fijian have come together to mobilise financial resources for the man to pay for his kidney transplant and other medical expenses.

October 1, Issue

Serious Fraud Office gets new Chief

The Government has appointed Australian Julie Read to the post of Chief Executive and Director of the Serious Fraud Office based in Auckland. She will

Immigration law firm moves offices

One of the most popular and successful firm of immigration lawyers has moved to a more spacious premises, reflecting its improved resident status. Alastair McClymont

October 1, Issue

Ninety years on, Patton keeps it cool

While the economic cycle of boom and gloom, accompanied by profit and stagnation (even loss) influences corporate and individual lives, those that maintain financial discipline

Ecommerce captures global shopping mall

Ecommerce or Electronic Commerce is conducted when people buy and sell their products or services through the Internet. Businesses aspiring to be successful should be

Project Management benefit alludes Kiwis

As organisations wrestle with the impact and interplay of downsizing, increasing complexity and global mobility; project management (and related subjects of programme and portfolio management)

Innovation determines national status

The world’s most innovative companies expect to grow by more than 60%, enjoying $318 billion revenue boost over the next five years, a PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWCH)

Despite good performance, we lack the sparkle

New Zealand is the 18th most competitive country in the world, according to this year’s Global Competitiveness Index (GCI). The Index ranks countries according to

Unitary Plan awaits your comments

It has been a historical month for Auckland. After five days of discussion the Auckland City Council approved (on September 10), the proposed Unitary Plan

A vote uncast is a voice lost

Many ethnic people say during private conversations that their vote changes nothing. They are often despondent and complain that their efforts to be counted have

Whau Ward needs better development plans

Whau Ward, comprising Avondale, Blockhouse Bay, New Windsor, New Lynn, Green Bay and Kelston deserves a better development plan. While population in these suburbs is

October 1, Issue

Your vote helps the City run

It is important that you vote in the Auckland Council Elections. Your vote helps ensure that the people who represent you are people who share

Let us choose the right ones to serve

Local Election 2013 is upon us. All of us eligible to vote must choose our representatives to City and District Councils, Regional Councils and District

October 1, Issue

Larger role for Local Boards

A progressive businessman with a heart for community welfare and service believes that Local Boards should be considered an integral part of the decision-making process

October 1, Issue

Saibaba Temple attracts handsome donations

As the long-awaited Temple for Shirdi Saibaba incorporating a number of other Deities opens in Auckland, it will herald a record of achievements, unique to

October 1, Issue

Visiting monk to lecture on Kriya Yoga

The significance of achieving inner peace through the teachings of Kriya Yoga will form the basis of a discourse by a visiting monk in Auckland

October 1, Issue

Waikato Seniors mark a decade of togetherness

The importance of senior citizens remaining socially and culturally active has been emphasised by former Governor General Sir Anand Satyanand. Speaking at the tenth anniversary

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