Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Time to stop human cargo

Immigration Minister Nathan Guy has said that although New Zealand is currently safe from human trafficking, the country is not immune to the menace that

Proposal on MMP arbitrary

After painstakingly sifting through nearly 5000 public submissions, the Electoral Commission has released its long-awaited Proposals Paper on MMP. While most of the proposals are

Minister warns against human trafficking

New Zealand is not ‘an easy target’ for human trafficking, Immigration Minister Nathan Guy has said. But he admitted that traffickers were active in most

News in brief

Devotees of Mata Amritanandmayi are launching a ‘Food Link’ drive, with the items collected for use during emergencies. Mata Amritanandamayi Satsang Group Inc is organising

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Eid Festival sparkles despite ‘dismal support’

The ‘Eid Festival’ held at the Mangere Centre Park on September 1 and 2 was deemed a success, ‘despite minimal support from Islamic Centres,’ organisers

Model of the Fortnight

It is not common for this newspaper to repeat models already featured in this column but in the case of Kartika Singh, there has to

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Islamic Awareness Week motivates commonality

There are many levels of ‘commonness’. There are people who are religious, non-religious and those with common beliefs. There are people who believe in One

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

New alliance to promote Asian Health

Residents of the Capital could consider themselves fortunate that the ‘Wellington Regional Asian Health Alliance’ (WRAHA), has been established to promote the wellbeing of the

A vital GE lesson for Kiwi farmers

We are two Australian conventional farmers from states, which have allowed the commercial release of Genetically Engineered (GE) crops. We have been touring New Zealand,

Community bodies initiate Tamil renaissance

The migration of Tamil-speaking people to South Africa began in 1860, first as indentured labour with about 340 people. Today, the country has more than

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Divine course drives human good

You may be one those running a busy life but with a ‘feeling of guilt’ that you are unable to help others in need- not

Local talent glitter on golden show

While some of the most popular singers of the Hindi Cinema, including Mohammed Rafi, Kishore Kumar and Mukesh are not with us any more, there

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Get ready for an evening of guffaws

It is often said that one of the most difficult forms of entertainment is to make people laugh without forsaking the ‘seriousness’ of situations. Imagine

Tarana hosts ‘locked up’ for good work

When Radio Tarana Programme Executive Pawan Prasad suggested to her colleagues that she had a novel idea that would also help generate fun and also

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

The band on the Shore rocks

A musical group that has begun to make waves rocked the stage at a show in North Shore City last fortnight. ‘Nasha,’ a multicultural band

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

A new chapter on young dancing talent

Dancing with the feet is one thing but dancing with the heart is another. Some people view dancing as an art of expression, while it

Desi Intermediate Dance contest winners

Bucklands Beach Intermediate School won the top prize at the Desi Intermediate School competition held recently in Auckland. The School earned $1000 cash prize sponsored

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Mangere United honours players

Mangere United’s NRFL Second Division team missed on promotion, finishing in the third place following a three-team race towards the back end of the season.

Grandeur of the Lord in South Auckland

A daylong event, replete with Poojas, Abhishekams, Bhajans and music will mark the Ganesh Chaturthi Festival on Saturday, September 29 in South Auckland. 0800 Mandap

Ganesh Chaturthi

Grandeur of the Lord in South Auckland

A daylong event, replete with Poojas, Abhishekams, Bhajans and music will mark the Ganesh Chaturthi Festival on Saturday, September 29 in South Auckland. 0800 Mandap

Ganesh Chaturthi

Hindus greet their favourite deity with piety

As August-September arrives people in Maharashtra prepare themselves for the popular and much awaited Ganapati festival. Ganesh Chaturthi is the birthday of Lord Ganesha. It

The Car Clearance Centre

Transparency drives home honesty and integrity

Buying a car is like buying a house – one wrong move, you could be subject to discomfort, embarrassment and even high costs. In the

The Car Clearance Centre

The Japanese connection on top gear

When Jack Dube migrated to New Zealand almost 23 years ago, he had no idea that he was destined to become a successful entrepreneur, meeting

Team effort optimises customer satisfaction

Management Gurus, benevolent entrepreneurs and business consultants would say that a company is as good as its people and that the success of an organisation,

Options ease financial burden

Many people realise the need to buy a car – either as an additional vehicle in the family or exchange another model trading an existing

The Car Clearance Centre

Customer care goes beyond sale

As well as offering a wide range of vehicles priced from $6500, The Car Clearance Centre offers a wide range of services, which include the

The Car Clearance Centre

Loyalty programmes gratify customers

The Car Clearance Centre has been in the forefront of rewarding customers as a part of its loyalty programme. Commemorating its 18th anniversary celebrations, people

The Car Clearance Centre

Reliability enhances business value

When Ajay Krishna Chetty of Globex Import & Export Limited wanted to buy a vehicle, his only choice was The Car Clearance Centre. “The company

Sept 15, 2012 Issue

Electoral reforms to discard inequality

All Fijians in Fiji must participate in the democratic process and voice their opinions on constitutional and electoral reforms, Prime Minister Commodore Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama

Congress to bring together Fijian Diaspora

The Brisbane based International Congress of Fiji Inc (ICFI) has refocused its aims and objectives to serve all people of Fijian origin, irrespective of their

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