April 30, 2019

Anti-Muslim propaganda hits Churches
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Anti-Muslim propaganda hits Churches

Palmerston North, May 1, 2019 A Palmerston North Church is considering introducing security measures after it and another Church were targeted with anti-Muslim propaganda. Attendees

Police to probe media leak of watchlist
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Police to probe media leak of watchlist

Wellington, May 1, 2019 Police have launched an investigation into how the names of people on a watchlist drawn up after the Christchurch terror attack

Civil War, Tsunami and now this
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Civil War, Tsunami and now this

Michael Wood I want to express my deep sorrow and solidarity with the Sri Lankan community in New Zealand in the wake of the horrific

Homelink

Thousands pay tribute on ANZAC Day

Venkat Raman Thousands of New Zealanders paid tribute to the brave soldiers who fought and perished at Gallipoli during the First World War. New Zealanders

Education

Three Indian students get visa reprieve

Supplied Content Three Indian students who were caught up in immigration fraud and subsequently faced deportation have been granted a reprieve on compassionate grounds by

Education

Free Workshop for students, jobseekers

Venkat Raman International students and those seeking employment can expect to derive the benefit of sound advise and perhaps even practical support at a free

Fijilink

Fiji Road Show opens windows of opportunity

Supplied Content As Fiji enters its 10th consecutive year of economic growth, its relationship with New Zealand is at an all-time high. In 2018, the

Pharmacy Group fined for underpaying trainees

A Pharmacy Group in Auckland has been fined $92,500 after 12 training Pharmacy technicians were paid less than the minimum wage. Tamaki Health, previously known

Business

Employment Law breaches trouble franchisees

Khushbu Sundarji One of the obligations of a franchisee is to obey all laws, including the Employment Law, ensuring that all employees are paid the

Business

Envoy recalls ‘Happy Days’ here

Venkat Raman Outgoing India’s High Commissioner Sanjiv Kohli recalled his pleasant days in New Zealand, saying that ‘there were challenges to be faced and decisions

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Major changes to building laws proposed

Supplied Content The New Zealand Government proposes to change its building laws, stated to be the biggest since the enactment of the Buildings Act in

Ramadan 2019

A Holy Month for abstinence and sacrifice

Venkat Raman Ramadan (or ‘Ramzan’) the Holiest Month in the Islamic Calendar will begin on or around May 5 this year, requiring Muslims to abstain

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