February 15, 2015

Front Page

Labour promises an Indian MP in 2017

Venkat Raman Labour Party Leader Andrew Little has promised at least one Member of Parliament from the Indian community in the next Parliament, following the

Front Page

Sachin Tendulkar visit uncertain

Venkat Raman The visit of Sachin Tendulkar to Auckland next weekend remains uncertain. According to an earlier announcement, the greatest batsman of all times was

Homelink

Another avenue to promote personal savings

Venkat Raman A Minister of the Crown has emphasised the importance of saving for a comfortable post-retirement living, and welcomed the choice offered by the

Homelink

Indian engagement beyond government corridors

Venkat Raman New Zealand businesses will have a unique opportunity of listening to the presentation of at least three high-ranking officials from India on the

Homelink

Safety takes front seat with drop in crime

With crime at a 35-year low, National is building a safer New Zealand. We have passed new laws on tougher sentencing, bail, and parole; and

Homelink

It’s dog’s life finding a house in Auckland

Priyanca Radhakrishnan Renting in Auckland is a truly terrifying experience. In the past two weeks, I have contacted 46 people about as many properties and

Education

It is back to school for parents as well

Jane Silloway-Smith Uniforms are washed and ready to wear; iPads are fully charged; and backpacks are laden with fresh stationary supplies. It is time to

Education

Alumni network motivates advanced learning

Second and Final Part Staff Reporter A senior member of the community says that maintaining contacts with educational institutions after graduation would be helpful in

Education

Cricket comes after class score

It has been a great year for Cambridge International Examination results at ACG Sunderland. Deborah Yin was placed Top in New Zealand for A Level

Workshops on Funding planned

Education NZ has announced that registration is open for workshops that will provide practical advice and direction on creating successful proposals for funding. All too

Fijilink

Sukhdeo’s Avatar incarnates in Australia A Correspondent ‘Aryan Avatars: From Prehistoric Nomads to Settlers in the Pacific’ was launched at Westin, Denarau in November 2014

Fijilink

Mobile Clinic an eye-opener for Fiji

Staff Reporter New Zealanders had a glimpse of a mobile eye clinic in Auckland last week. Destined for Fiji, the state-of-the-art clinic was on display

Fijilink

Fiji launches competition for New Flag

Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama As I signalled in my New Year’s message at the start of 2013, we need a new Flag. Now that our new

Business

Charities spinning profits must pay tax

Abdul Rafik New Zealanders have always had a strong tradition of people helping each other and many new settlers have set up charitable trusts to

Mobile Apps trigger retail revolution

Valentyna Melnyk It is natural to look ahead at the start of any New Year, and the retail sector is no different. What are the

Business

Hegemony restricts effective Sharia compliance

Third of several parts Abdulazeem Abozaid Sharia control over Islamic financial institutions is a legal requirement in every institution to ensure compliance of its activities

Labour’s share in income falls

Phil O’Reilly The latest study by the Productivity Commission is a useful, although partial, insight into the economy. The study ‘Who benefits from productivity growth?-The

Australian Guidance offers relief to Kiwi businesses

Dinesh Naik New Zealand companies with Trans-Tasman operations should benefit from recent Australian Tax Office (ATO) announcement, simplifying Australian transfer pricing record keeping requirements. The

Business

Grunt, groan, grumble and succumb to rent hike

Mike Booker Big rent rises sought by Westfield malls have angered retail tenants, who expressed their resentment to Retail News. In one case, where a

Business

Workshops for new arrivals

Teresa Marinovich Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) conducts workshops and seminars to newcomers to New Zealand irrespective of their visa status. Manurewa: ‘Business Workshop for Migrants”

Exiting partnership across Indian waters

Editorial One India’s immense market potential, orchestrated by the recent economic boom, has been attracting multinationals, manufacturers and suppliers from all over the world but

International students are welcome, but….

Editorial Two The debate over whether international students should seek and get jobs as a ‘matter of right’ continues to rage but according to many

View

India beckons Kiwi businesses in style

Venkat Raman What are the existing and emerging opportunities for doing business with India? What are the best business models for operating in India? How

Indian Newslink

Previous slide
Next slide

Advertisement

Previous slide
Next slide

Advertisement

Previous slide
Next slide

Advertisement

Previous slide
Next slide

Advertisement

Previous slide
Next slide

Advertisement

Previous slide
Next slide

Advertisement

Previous slide
Next slide

Advertisement

Previous slide
Next slide

Advertisement

Previous slide
Next slide

Advertisement

Previous slide
Next slide

Advertisement