April 15, 2018

Homelink

Immigration Profiling was certainly racist

Alastair McClymont Last week Indian Newslink reported on its Web Edition and Social Media on allegations that Immigration New Zealand (INZ) were using a tool

Education

New Zealand to host APAIE 2021 Conference

Chris Hipkins I am pleased to announce that New Zealand has been successful in its bid to host the Asia-Pacific Association of International Education (APAIE)

Education

Gay men can have historic convictions removed

Andrew Little It is an important moment for New Zealand’s gay community men. They can now apply to have historical homosexual convictions wiped. The application

Fijilink

Bainimarama to attend CHGM in London

Venkat Raman Fiji’s Prime Minister Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama will attend the Annual Meeting of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting scheduled to be held in

Business

Vehicles with airbag safety issues recalled

Kris Faafoi About 50,000 vehicles with Alpha-type Takata airbags are subject to a compulsory recall as the government protects New Zealand drivers and passengers from

Business

Women In Real Estate – Priya Shankar

Priya Shankar is a Fiji-born Indian who joined Barfoot & Thompson, New Zealand’s largest privately-owned Real Estate company in August 2006. She started her career

Business

Women in Real Estate – Sheba Soundhar

With 14 years of experience in Real Estate in Auckland, Sheba and her husband Soundhar have collectively built a trustworthy reputation in the Real Estate industry by

Business

Women In Real Estate – Anjini Lata

Local Real Estate Group believes in the first instance that business moves forward and grows based on a simple formula: Honesty and Integrity. Local Real

Business

Women In Real Estate – Raksha Lakhan

As soon as you meet Raksha, you will realise that she is a woman who loves life and is passionate about people and real estate.

Business

Carol Hirschfeld keeps her head down

Mark Jennings Some commentators have rebuked the media over its lack of vigour in questioning Carol Hirschfeld on why she lied to RNZ CEO Paul

Business

Doing the right thing vs Doing the thing right

Sylvester Shamy A manager in a company with a reputation for “excellence” and “putting people first” did not complete a staff member’s performance appraisal by

Business

The labyrinth of Algorithms can be creepy

Danielle Van Dalen  The cracks are starting to show on the fancy computer algorithms that we rely so heavily upon these days. The recent news

Business

Right to participate reinforces Right to Health

Taiwan wants to attend World Health Assembly 2018 Dr Chung-Hsing Chou Although Taiwan has participated in the technical meetings, mechanisms and activities of the World

Editorial One

Issue 390 April 15, 2018 Former Minister’s arrogance astounding Former Health Minister Dr Jonathan Coleman will soon be forgotten, for the four-term Member of Parliament

Editorial Two

Issue 390 April 15, 2018 Fake marriages victimise genuine couples The ‘business’ of entering into matrimony to gain permanent resident status is a thriving industry

View

Beehive ‘newsroom’ should move the story

Tim Murphy One of the country’s most high-powered newsrooms needs to start getting its employer’s story into the news cycle and out to the public,

Latest Stories

Phil Goff recovering after unplanned surgery

Radio New Zealand Auckland, April 15, 2018 Auckland’s Mayor Phil Goff is recovering in hospital after unplanned cardiac surgery. A spokesperson said the Mayor had

Baisakhi 2018

A Festival of Joy with reverence and endearment

Sourced Content Sikhs all over the world celebrate ‘Baisakhi’ or ‘Vaisakhi’ as a Festival to commemorate the establishment of the Khalsa Panth. According to the

Baisakhi 2018

Greetings from us

One of the greatest attributes of the Sikh community is the enthusiasm and religious fervour displayed by its members to mark events and festivals of

Baisakhi 2018

A unique month and a unique bond

Venkat Raman April is considered a special month by most countries around the world and contrary to popular belief it must be etched as a

Indian Newslink

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