Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Conscience vote challenges human integrity

The challenge to the representative role of Chinese, Korean, and Indian Members of Parliament (the only ethnic groups represented in the current parliament) was brought

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Mayor Brown confident of positive growth

Auckland has a great future despite the challenges and problems that confront New Zealand’s largest City, Mayor Len Brown has said. “I have great faith

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Interfaith meet in homage to Mother Teresa

We are happy to announce that Gopalkrishna Gandhi, former Governor of the Indian State of West Bengal and grandson of Mahatma Gandhi and C Rajagopalachari

E-centre to help entrepreneurial aspirants

New entrepreneurs and those keen on improving their productivity and profitability would be pleased to know of a well-tested and proven programme available at the

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Controversy brews in Shirdi Saibaba Sansthan

Indian Newslink has always supported the Auckland based Shirdi Saibaba Sansthan Inc as one of the finest organisations involved in commendable charitable projects. Over the

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Fragmentation threatens a noble organisation

The members of the Shirdi Saibaba Santhan Inc elected a new team of office-bearers at their Annual General Meeting (AGM) held on July 14, 2012

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Shirdi Saibaba Temple Project gets under way

Saibaba has been extremely merciful and helpful to the Shri Shirdi Saibaba Sansthan of New Zealand (Inc). Once completed, our Temple and Community Hall complex,

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Racism upsets the social applecart

Migrants in New Zealand contribute more than $8 billion through income tax, GST and excise duty, making a valuable contribution to the economy. Reports of

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Burglar offers ‘consultancy services’

Generally, the term “consultancy fees” prompts us to think of trained and qualified professionals who charge companies, organisations or individuals for advice on, or management

Three veterans retire from Police Force

September 28, 2012 may pass as an unremarkable date to many, but for Inspectors Mark Hall, Derek Davison and Superintendent Brett England, it would be

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Compliance focus fosters service value

Every year, Inland Revenue Department (IRD) publishes Compliance Plans to give people a ‘heads-up’ about our activities over the next 12 months. How can you

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

IRD audits can be rigorous

The Inland Revenue Department (IRD) gained an extra $78 million in this year’s Budget for compliance and audit activity, on top of $119.3 million over

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Singapore Airlines adds comfort to Economy

Singapore Airlines’ Economy Class has always captivated travellers around the world. In the 1970s, customers enjoyed many unique and value-added services that were previously unheard

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Christchurch builds opportunities for overseas skills

The Government’s efforts to rebuild Christchurch will create job opportunities for skilled workers from overseas, but priority would be given to New Zealanders with appropriate

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Put your money on gold for a glittering life

Investment in Bullion can fall into the five areas as mentioned below: 1 HIGH DEMAND To take advantage of a secure and tangible commodity in

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Trans-Tasman economy needs tax fix

A report by leading economic firms shows changes to tax laws in New Zealand and Australia could benefit the economies of both countries by billions

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Indian leather exporters due in Auckland

Importers and retailers of leather products would have a unique opportunity of seeing an exquisite range of items from India at an exhibition in Auckland

Convicted finance company directors in prison

Directors of failed finance company, Capital + Merchant Finance Limited (Capital + Merchant), were sentenced to prison terms in the Auckland High Court on August

New Markets chief at RBNZ

The Reserve Bank has appointed Mark Perry as Head of Financial Markets, effective 10 September 2012. The Financial Markets Department is responsible for the Bank’s

Narrow agenda claims a huge price

The Economist recently ran an article stating that New Zealand has one of the world’s most overvalued housing markets. The following may explain why. It

Upgraded systems for better immigration service

Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has allocated $75 million to create a new system, which promises better and faster services for processing applications from international students.

Summer internship at Maxim

Maxim Institute’s summer internship programme is now open for applications. The programme starts on November 19, 2012 and runs until February next year. It is

Vital child poverty issue missed

The Expert Advisory Group (EAG) appointed by the Children’s Commissioner on ‘Solutions to Child Poverty’ has recently released an ‘Issues and Options Paper’ with 40

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

New initiatives to boost export education

I recently announced increased work rights for international students in the Canterbury region. This 18-month trial scheme will apply to those attending quality education providers.

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

AUT meet for new students in Manukau

Students interested in learning more about the programmes and courses offered by the Auckland University of Technology (AUT) at its Manukau Campus would have an

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Research on Vitamin D supplements

Do Vitamin D supplements provide relief to those suffering from psoriasis? While opinions on the subject may vary, a team of researchers at Massey University

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Sri Lankan varsities tie up with Massey

New Zealand may see an increased presence of academics and students from Sri Lanka, following a Memorandum of Understanding signed between Massey University and the

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Survey on childhood diabetes

A Massey University research student has appealed to families with a Type 1 Diabetes affected family to contact her for possible inclusion of their experiences

Students have their say on assets sale

The Government’s proposal of partial sale of assets of some State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) has led to widespread debates all over the country and the extent

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