1 Mar, 2013 Issue

Gender equality enhances corporate governance

Companies that have women on their management boards perform better with higher levels of productivity and profitability, an international report has revealed. The Report said

1 Mar, 2013 Issue

Economy rallies but challenges abound

The New Zealand economy is in a much better shape than it was in November 2008, when National formed the government, Prime Minister John Key

1 Mar, 2013 Issue

WTO lacks free trade cheerleaders

Unlike the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Trade Organisation (WTO) is not a ‘club’ largely run by its founders. It

1 Mar, 2013 Issue

Can we have more company failures, please?

Mainzeal Property & Construction’s collapse generated the usual and expected kneejerk bewailing and bemoaning. It is as if it should never have happened. We had

Pat Walsh to step down as Vice-Chancellor

Victoria University Vice-Chancellor Professor Pat Walsh would leave the post at the end of the year, according to a statement issued by Chancellor Ian McKinnon.

1 Mar, 2013 Issue

Companies lag in climate change disclosure

The Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), the Sustainable Business Council and Deloitte launched on February 14, the ‘CDP Australia and New Zealand Climate Change Report,’ which

1 Mar, 2013 Issue

Get a free blood glucose meter

People of Indian origin are among the high prevalence groups for diabetes in New Zealand and the Indian community is being asked to help people

1 Mar, 2013 Issue

Body types determine treatment response

The proliferation of chemically induced, ‘over-promising’ therapies and products in the market have influenced a family to offer the 5000-year-old Ayurvedic forms of treatment that

1 Mar, 2013 Issue

Women’s conference to discuss core issues

Empowerment of women to achieve their goals in life, problems and challenges faced by them in their domestic and professional lives will be among the

Legislation to abolish forced marriages

In the last term of Parliament, I became very concerned over the issue of forced marriage in New Zealand. There is no data to understand

1 Mar, 2013 Issue

Another award for social worker

Hamilton based community leader and former President of the Waikato Chapter of the Global Organisation of People of Indian Origin Suman Kapoor was among the

Model of the Fortnight

Determination, supported by commitment helps people to achieve their goals in life and career but dreams are for dreamers,” says Minra Jinna, our Model of

1 Mar, 2013 Issue

Invite friends, not trouble, to your party

Police now follow Crime Prevention-focused Strategy. We want to work in partnership with communities to prevent crime and road trauma, enhance public safety and maintain

1 Mar, 2013 Issue

Gathering helps promote the female stand

A woman’s awareness group enabled a number of persons to discuss issues openly and frankly at a meeting held last month. Vani Elkinshin, a practicing

1 Mar, 2013 Issue

‘Kite Day’ thinks of the poor everywhere

While governments, agencies and commercial and non-commercial organisations have been citing eradication of poverty as the single most important factor in achieving economic growth, social

1 Mar, 2013 Issue

Shobana sparkles in dance drama spectacle

Singapore justified its name as the ‘Global City of Culture and the Arts’ at a dance drama extravaganza of Shobana, one of the greatest dancers

1 Mar, 2013 Issue

Shobana sparkles in dance drama spectacle

Singapore justified its name as the ‘Global City of Culture and the Arts’ at a dance drama extravaganza of Shobana, one of the greatest dancers

New categories promote sportsmanship

With the 2013 Indian Newslink Indian Sports Awards drawing upon us again, I am very pleased that nominations are coming in encouraging numbers. This year’s

Sports Awards encourage achievers

The Indian Newslink Indian Sports Awards, launched last year, has been attracting widespread interest among clubs, associations, individuals involved in various types of sports and

Attractive prizes await lucky winners

One of the most interesting aspects of our Sports Awards is that they bring together people from various ethnic groups to celebrate the success of

Sangam honours Fiji statesman, sportsmen

‘Then India Sanmarga Ikya (New Zealand) Sangam (popularly known as NZ Sangam) honoured Indo-Fijian statesman Jai Ram Reddy with its ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ at a

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