April 1, 2012 Issue

Papatoetoe 150th Anniversary

Sesquicentennial festivities in historic city

Papatoetoe is one of the most important business districts of Auckland, with an increasing number of retailers, professionals, service providers and restaurants establishing their presence

Papatoetoe 150th Anniversary

Glittering jewel marks 150 years

One of the most significant characteristics of cities and their suburbs in New Zealand is their colourful history, dating back to the early settlers. Most

Easy finance for your choice handset

Axis Mobile Ltd is a foundation dealer for 2degrees Mobile Limited, which provides mobile phones and accessories through its retail outlets. Axis brings an innovative

Radiant environment allures

It is often said that presentation and upkeep are among the most important attributes for success in business. With increasing competition, customers are spoilt for

Top advice at low cost

Your business may be highly successful but without robust and sound accounting procedures and systems, your entire operation could be thrown out of gear, landing

The stylist tops your look

Hairdressing has come a long way from its mundane and matter-of-fact job. It is today a thriving profession, with stylists commanding a large customer base.

Fijian connection boosts convenience

The significant growth of supermarkets owned, managed and franchised by people of Indian origin (mostly from India and Fiji) in Auckland and other parts of

Technology enhances skincare

Laser technology has revolutionised the health and fitness sector and specialists like Irene Kiran have made further innovations in providing quality skin and beauty treatment,

At the right place at the right time

Meat and dairy products may be among the most advertised brands in the market but the importance of food and vegetables in the daily diet

Beauty begins at the top

The elegance and beauty that a good hairstyle adds to a personality has led to a thriving industry and over the years, a number of

Showroom distinguishes in style, elegance

The establishment of Krishna Jewellers in Papatoetoe two years ago marked a new chapter in shopping. It was a bold venture, with a strong belief

Papatoetoe 150th Anniversary

Immigration Advisers add value to clients

New Zealand Trade and Migration Services in Papatoetoe has been in business for the past seven years providing ethical services. We do not believe in

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Sikhs protest against death penalty in India

Thousands of Sikhs gathered at the Manukau Square in Auckland on March 25 to protest against the death sentence awarded by an Indian court to

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Abandoned wives on the rise abroad

The number of women abandoned, harassed and ill-treated by their husbands and members of their families abroad has been on the rise, Overseas Indian Affairs

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Awards motivate SMEs to lift performance

Potential entrants in the various categories of the Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards (IBA) 2012 will have the benefit of expert advice from a number

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Initiative to preserve Indian languages

The campaign to preserve vernacular mother tongues and make knowledge accessible to students through translation across the linguistic arc has taken a big stride with

Tribunal censures immigration adviser

The Immigration Advisers Complaints and Disciplinary Tribunal has censured an Indian immigration adviser, upholding two complaints brought against him by his clients. Auckland based Rajesh

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India to spend more on overseas missions

With India’s global profile growing, and opening of more missions planned in Africa and Latin America, the federal government has expanded its budgetary outlay in

Farm fraudster goes to prison

The Feilding District Court sentenced on March 19, 2012 a farmer to a prison term of two years and three months on a number of

Yarrow Bakers probe dropped

The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has confirmed that it would not be pursuing the complaint made regarding the receivership of the Yarrow group of companies.

South Auckland Muslims take to social network

One of the largest Muslim organisations in Australasia is to employ state-of-the-art technology and social networking sites to promote its activities and interact better with

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New measures to attract Indian students

Immigration New Zealand (INZ) is working with Education New Zealand to develop a partnership agreement to strengthen the framework of the New Zealand Specialist Agents

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Massey signs pact with Missouri University

Massey University has signed an agreement with the US based University of Missouri, aiming to strengthen academic and student ties through exchange and other programmes.

Partnership promotes jobs for refugees

A partnership agreement between two Wellington based organisations has been helping a number of refugees find gainful employment. Multicultural Learning and Support Services (Mclass) has

Programme helps boost employability

Wellington based Multicultural Learning and Support Services (Mclass) has developed a programme to help new migrants and refugees gain short work experience placements. The six-month

April 1, 2012 Issue

Otago Polytechnic in Auckland

Auckland’s education sector received yet another boost with the opening of the international campus of the Otago Polytechnic last fortnight. A joint venture with Future

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