August 15, 2013 Issue

August 15, 2013 Issue

Bank of India appoints two new Directors

A prominent lawyer known for his governance roles in major undertakings and a top executive with a reputation for high performance have joined the Board

August 15, 2013 Issue

Fiji opens doors to the rest of the world

New Zealand and Australia stand at the risk of being side-lined as the Republic of Fiji opens its doors for wider bilateral relations with the

August 15, 2013 Issue

Migrant jobs not at Kiwis’ expense

The Government is likely to herald a tougher regime for issue of work visas to employ foreigners, as a part of its measures to reduce

August 15, 2013 Issue

Awards entries close on August 31

Entries to the Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards 2013 (INLIBA) close at 6 pm on August 31, 2013. There is no entry fee. Please visit

August 15, 2013 Issue

Transparency underscores core values, beliefs

What is transparency? Our Mothers always told us to speak the truth and not tell lies. Is transparency just a fancy way of saying the

August 15, 2013 Issue

Aucklanders have a chance to steer their destiny

Auckland’s Asian communities deserve pragmatic and prudent financial management in their City Council. When they vote in the upcoming mayoral elections, they must have the

August 15, 2013 Issue

Philippines settles boat row with Taiwan

The Philippines Government released its report on August 9 relating to the investigation of Taiwan’s (Republic of China) fishing boat Guang Da Xing No 28

August 15, 2013 Issue

Diversity marks CR candidates in Puketapapa

Cultural plurality and ethnic diversity are the hallmarks of the Communities and Residents (C&R) Group candidates for Puketapapa at the forthcoming Local Body election due

August 15, 2013 Issue

Cantabrian takes a healthy stand

Dr George Abraham who is contesting in the forthcoming local election as a Member of the Christchurch District Health Board (CDHB) describes himself as “A

August 15, 2013 Issue

Local Election Scene

Former Member of Parliament Dr Ashraf Choudhary is leading a team of four independent candidates for the Papatoetoe Local Board Election. Among the member of

August 15, 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

Funding for research on Indian students

Five researchers at the Waikato University have received total funding of almost $130,000 to conduct separate studies on international students from India and other issues

August 15, 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 15, 2013 Issue

Wrong worker classification leads to trouble

Employers and independent contractors have the obligation of meeting their Schedular Payments, formerly known as Withholding Payments. Schedular Payments are made to contractors who perform

Online videos for new businesses

Most people and businesses voluntarily comply with their tax and social policy obligations and meet the requirements for registering, filing, reporting, claiming and paying. However,

August 15, 2013 Issue

Experts agree on need to regulate property market

Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) should have access to macro-prudential tools to regulate the market better and protect the financial system from going bust,

August 15, 2013 Issue

New scheme to improve workplace safety

The most significant reform of New Zealand’s workplace health and safety system in 20 years is on its way. We are making changes to ensure

August 15, 2013 Issue

Fonterra should front up to regain trust

Fonterra should work with the New Zealand Government in a coordinated way to rectify the damage to New Zealand’s brand. The current botulism scare is

Charge against former CFO withdrawn

The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) announced on August 6 that it was withdrawing a charge of false accounting previously laid against former Chief Financial Officer

Charge against former CFO withdrawn

The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) announced on August 6 that it was withdrawing a charge of false accounting previously laid against former Chief Financial Officer

Big Brother leaves no place to hide

When Eric Arthur Blair, better known as George Orwell published his book, ‘Nineteen Eighty Four’ (in 1949), his work was largely considered dystopian and his

August 15, 2013 Issue

The Net strips us bare before the world

The Internet is the largest ungoverned paradigm humanity has ever known. The impact of this on our daily life will define how we understand and

August 15, 2013 Issue

PWC forms joint venture for consultancy

PricewaterhouseCoopers has announced the formation of a joint venture with its consulting practices in Southeast Asia, Australia and US. Derek Kidley, former Asia Leader of

August 15, 2013 Issue

Panmure Temple to mark Janmashtami

It would be piety and entertainment at the Sri Radha Damodar Temple in the Auckland suburb of Panmure on August 29 as Krishna Janmashtami, denoting

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