August 1, 2013 Issue

August 1, 2013 Issue

Open cyberspace threatens sanctity of privacy

The fast-expanding information technology and the stupendous growth of social media have created a conflict between the need for transparency and the sanctity of privacy,

August 1, 2013 Issue

Increasing fraud puts New Zealand at risk

The increasing instances of fraud and other types of economic crime not only tarnish New Zealand’s perceived image as the least corrupt country in the

August 1, 2013 Issue

Former MP vies for Local Board

Former Member of Parliament Dr Ashraf Choudhary has announced his candidature for the Papatoetoe Local Board in the ensuing election in October. The area is

August 1, 2013 Issue

Nature’s fury brings down roof of the world

As reported in Indian Newslink (July 15) several districts, towns and villages in Uttarakhand have been badly affected by floods. The State shares its border

August 1, 2013 Issue

Crimes Act revised to hasten justice delivery

The legal maxim that ‘Justice delayed is Justice denied,’ has been a subject of debate and even discord at several formal and informal meetings. While

August 1, 2013 Issue

The best way to commute transport bottleneck

Every day thousands of Aucklanders spend thousands of hours in congestion. It is frustrating, time consuming, costly and reduces our quality of life. We have

August 1, 2013 Issue

Mt Roskill warriors step forward

The Roskill Community Voice, a brand operated under City Vision, endorsed by Labour, Greens and Independents, has announced the following candidates for the Local Board

August 1, 2013 Issue

Have a say on how your City should be run

Local Government elections do not elicit the same excitement and expectation (at least not in the measure required) as the general election does every three

Risk factors determine the right to parole

Why is parole not refused for people who show no remorse? Parole is a statutorily mandated right for prisoners who have served at least one-third

August 1, 2013 Issue

Government supports $90 million AUT expansion

The Government has announced its support for the expansion of the AUT University Manukau Campus, providing for 4100 Equivalent Full Time Students (EFTS) over the

August 1, 2013 Issue

Partnership Schools to lift education standards

As Chairman of the Education & Science Committee and as a parent, I understand the importance of ensuring that our children receive the best possible

August 1, 2013 Issue

Uncertainty affects Tertiary Union members

An increasing number of members of the Tertiary Education Union (TEU) are worried about their jobs, with an uncertain future staring at them. The Union’s

August 1, 2013 Issue

Music fosters quality human development

If you watch a baby or a toddler moving spontaneously to a piece of music, or a young child singing along to a song creating

August 1, 2013 Issue

Girls score ahead of boys in homework

Girl students are more concerned about completing their homework than their male counterparts, according to a Survey. The Survey, conducted by CensusAtSchool, an Educational Project,

August 1, 2013 Issue

Unitec teachers get Excellence Awards

Nursing Lecturer Sue White and Building Technology Lecturer, Kamuka Pati, have been recognised for excellence in Tertiary Teaching. The two Unitec lecturers and eight others

August 1, 2013 Issue

Secure your business future free

Robyn Henderson, Director of Live Simply Ltd in Auckland has successfully completed the Certificates in Small Business Management (CSBM) and Applied Small Business Growth and

Delegation keen on business ventures in Fiji

Investment in commercial and industrial ventures, agriculture, dairy, trade, food, fast moving consumer goods and real estate are among the sectors of interest for a

Fiji Airways profits soar to F$18 million

Fiji Airways, the rebranded Fiji Flag Carrier (earlier known as Air Pacific) recorded profit before income tax (BIT) of $F 18 million for the financial

August 1, 2013 Issue

Agreement elevates Kiwi-Taiwan relations

In a move that economists, planners and businesses see as strategic and futuristic, New Zealand and Taiwan entered a new era of bilateral relationship with

August 1, 2013 Issue

BNZ mulls exciting plans for Indian Community

With BNZ’s recent appointment of Ansuya Naidoo in a new role of Head of Indian Community Banking, she is already driving the Indian team’s vision

Services Sector maintains encouraging momentum

New Zealand’s Service Sector remains at a consistent level of positive activity, according to the BNZ-BusinessNZ Performance of Services Index (PSI). The PSI for June

August 1, 2013 Issue

Inspiring Hindu professionals meet in Bangkok

Some of the best-known entrepreneurs and professionals conforming to the Hindu religion will converge in Bangkok for a two-day conference that will challenge them to

August 1, 2013 Issue

Awards motivate young property executive

The Awards Ceremony of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) held in Auckland recently was a double celebration for CBRE (New Zealand), a leading

August 1, 2013 Issue

Friendly Manager returns to Retail Banking

Westpac St Lukes has a new Bank Manager, Dominic Carlos. Born and brought up in Mumbai, he has a Bachelor of Arts degree and has

Indian couple on four-hour work week

Janak Patel has written to us saying that the article that appeared about him and his wife in our last issue (July 15, 2013) should

August 1, 2013 Issue

Fame sets the flame for business success

I was asked at a recent meeting, ‘What are the biggest challenges faced by Small and Medium Enterprises?’ and ‘What are the biggest capability gaps

August 1, 2013 Issue

Inquiry into regulation will accrue benefits

The Productivity Commission’s inquiry into regulation is good news. The Commission will review the state and extent of regulation in New Zealand and make recommendations

Corrupt official detained at home

The Auckland District Court sentenced former Commercial Property Manager Christopher David Green (66) to five months’ home detention on June 14. Mr Green’s offending occurred

August 1, 2013 Issue

New Zealand employers ignore volunteers

New Zealand companies are yet to realise the importance of volunteers and the country lags behind many others such as UK and US in promoting

Bus rides can be cheaper if not free

In his first article to Indian Newslink, Auckland Mayoral Candidate John Palino has identified transport and traffic congestion as two great challenges for the largest

Indian Newslink

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