1 Dec 2013 Issue

1 Dec 2013 Issue

Ethnic plurality enhances Taiwanese culture

Food in Taiwan was surprisingly diverse to satisfy all kinds of appetites in our Camp, whether vegetarian, non-vegetarian or gluten-free. Being a vegetarian, I initially

1 Dec 2013 Issue

Hardware Company creates Award history

Auckland based Magsons Hardware Limited created a unique record in the history of business awards by featuring as finalists in five categories and winning three

1 Dec 2013 Issue

New Indian envoy arrives in New Zealand

India’s new High Commissioner Ravi Thapar arrived in Auckland along with his wife Sharmila and their daughter Ragini early this morning (December 1). He will

1 Dec 2013 Issue

Muslims told to boycott Non-Halal food

Countries that do not comply with Halal standards and Halal Certification process may face a ban on their meat exports as large trading partners tighten

1 Dec 2013 Issue

The troubled world needs another Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa was a messenger of love and peace and worked for cultural and social harmony and today’s troubled world needs more such people, Prince

New Zealand eager to meet Islamic standards

New Zealand has taken appropriate steps to comply with the Islamic strictures on meat through a strict Halal regime, a senior government official has said.

Police stop roadside window washers

Counties Manukau Police are keen to put an end to roadside car window washers, following increasing complaints of ‘harassment’ from drivers. Those driving through the

South Asian Diaspora seen as powerful force

The power of the South Asian Diaspora in promoting regional cooperation and in boosting economic growth is well recognised and appreciated, Singapore’s Deputy Prime Minister

1 Dec 2013 Issue

Royal visitor extols Indian community

The Indian community in New Zealand has set high standards of morals, performance and unity, becoming effective partners in the country’s progress, a visitor from

1 Dec 2013 Issue

Reboot clears Apprentice hitch

The transition from secondary school to tertiary education is a huge leap, and some students need more encouragement than others. Having easily accessible educational opportunities

Homework continues to stir heated debate

Homework is the cause of numerous tantrums and arguments in many Kiwi households. Parents simply want to encourage and spur on their offspring to ensure

1 Dec 2013 Issue

Academic to edit psychiatry journal

A popular academic of Indian ancestry has been appointed to the prestigious post of Editor of the British Journal of Psychiatry (BJP). Kenya-born Professor Kamaldeep

1 Dec 2013 Issue

All-weather Bank remains high touch

Sophistication and modernisation cannot take away the traditional values of Bank of Baroda (BOB), its chairman S S Mundra said “BOB will always be a

1 Dec 2013 Issue

Financial adviser makes another gainful move

Professional Financial Solutions Limited (PFSL) opened its South Auckland branch in Manurewa on November 30, 2013, marking a significant milestone in its history. The new

Direct-to-Bank service to benefit Indians

The Western Union, one of the largest money transfer companies in the world, has launched ‘Direct-to-Bank’ service, which is expected to benefit a large number

Revised model improves core inflation clarity

Core inflation is a concept of price inflation that excludes one-off or highly volatile price movements. Central Banks use core inflation measures to assess the

Mortgage loans enter new stage of consultation

Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) announced a staged review (on March 26, 2013) of bank capital adequacy requirements for residential mortgage loans. Stage One

Peace at home ensures higher productivity

Nawab Mohammed Abdulla Ali, the Prince of Arcot, underscored the importance of cultural harmony in not only ensuring social progress but also corporate profits. “As

The world of Halal extends beyond meat

“The whole world is becoming Halal,” Dar Abdullah bin Abdul Mohsin Al Turki, Secretary General of the World Muslim League said at the first Islamic

1 Dec 2013 Issue

Ethnic plurality enhances Taiwanese culture

Food in Taiwan was surprisingly diverse to satisfy all kinds of appetites in our Camp, whether vegetarian, non-vegetarian or gluten-free. Being a vegetarian, I initially

1 Dec 2013 Issue

Forum outlines importance of Muslims

The World Muslim Forum held its first conference in New Zealand on November 23, 2013 at the Aotea Centre in the Central Business District. Government

A new Mantra for better adult health

Two youngsters have combined their energies and resources to launch an organisation to care for the health of the elderly. Free exercises are a part

Ambitions enhance meaning in life

Going beyond the cliché that Beauty and Brains should combine to embellish a personality, our Model of the Fortnight Raji Singh believes that Ambitions and

1 Dec 2013 Issue

White Ribbon tightens community commitment

The Indo-Fijian community living in West Auckland expressed their support to the ‘It’s Not Ok’ campaign, stating that they would work together to address the

1 Dec 2013 Issue

Special event for special children

Children are gifts of God but there are times when the Maker wants them back. They spread joy at home and everywhere else but leave

1 Dec 2013 Issue

Young singers touch nostalgic chords

Shanti Niwas Charitable Trust Inc has an impressive record of working with socially isolated senior citizens of Indian and South Asian origin living in Auckland.

Malayali Christmas fails to impress

Auckland Malayali Samajam celebrated Christmas at Mt Roskill War Memorial Hall on November 23, 2013. Australia and New Zealand Patriarchal Vicar Bishop Mor Irenious Paulose

Rugby League Cup, a tribute to rage victim

Rugby League enthusiasts and families and friends of Tarun Asthana will pay homage to the young man with a Memorial Cup Tournament in November next

Equal power boxers to clash

Fiji’s promising middle weight boxer Opeti Tagi has finally landed with an opportunity to fight New Zealand’s Gunner Jackson for the World Boxing Organisation (WBO)

Nadi Fiji retains Pacific Soccer Cup

The Nadi Fiji team retained the Pacific Soccer Cup tournament, delighting thousands of fans at Bill McKinlay Park in Panmure, Auckland on November 24, 2013.

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