Sept 15, 2014 Issue

Sept 15, 2014 Issue

National leads in Community Snap Poll

National is the most preferred Party of the Indian community in Auckland according to a snap poll held over the weekend. The Party received 50.5%

Sept 15, 2014 Issue

National needs three more years of engagement

The election campaign is in full swing and I am enjoying the opportunity to travel around the country talking to New Zealanders about the issues

Sept 15, 2014 Issue

Labour wants better deal for New Zealanders

Labour has always stood beside our Indian communities and we always will. Now, with 155,000 people of Indian origin living in New Zealand, and with

Proper accounting keeps your record straight

Did you know that taking the time to do your record-keeping properly can enhance your businesses success? Keeping financial statements is not just about tax

Sept 15, 2014 Issue

Taiwanese Fasteners to tighten links with Kiwis

A delegation representing Taiwan’s fasteners industry is due in Auckland next month. Fourteen companies stated to be leaders in fastening materials and equipment are scheduled

Growing technology threatens retail markets

Internet shopping has revolutionised the retail property sector, with vendors, buyers and their agents increasingly becoming aware of its convenience and influence. As new generations

Unitary Plan takes another baby step

The Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan process is about to progress to the next stage which will provide interested parties with opportunities to attend hearings as

Fraudsters rob your money and our reputation

Customers of the Inland Revenue Department (IRD) have been a target of aggressive telephone scammers who are demanding money for tax bills they do not

New Zealand reinforces democracy

Dirty Politics and mudslinging have been the wake of the election campaign in New Zealand but the public mood appears to be more focused on

Democracy plays ball with Fiji

In his book, ‘Aryan Avatars,’ author Mahendra Sukhdeo argues that Fijians in Fiji must decide on their own brand of democracy. A hung Parliament or

Sept 15, 2014 Issue

Sedentary life puts family health at risk

A lack of proper physical exercise, improper and imbalanced diet, changing lifestyle, stress at work and home, inability to balance work and life are among

Sept 15, 2014 Issue

JPs mark two centuries of their making

As Justices of the Peace (JPs) celebrated 200 years of their establishment in New Zealand at Waitangi recently and it is a good occasion to

Sept 15, 2014 Issue

Good ground work for Mother Earth Project

Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Bill English has said that communities, organisations and individuals concerting efforts to preserve, protect and promote the environment deserved

Sept 15, 2014 Issue

Downpour fails to dampen the Onam spirit

Auckland Malayali Samajam celebrated Onam with traditional pomp and fervour on Saturday, August 30, 2014 at Auckland’s Mahatma Gandhi Centre in Eden Terrace. The celebration

Sept 15, 2014 Issue

Cultural Nirvana brings ovation and award

Ranjna Patel brought pride and honour not only to her team at Nirvana Healthcare Group but also to the business community in general and Indians

Sept 15, 2014 Issue

Charity drive on Amma’s Birthday

Members of the Amma New Zealand Inc, an organisation devoted to spreading the religious and social message of Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, popularly and affectionately called,

Elders’ Day coming

Shanti Niwas Charitable Trust will observe the ‘International Day of Older Persons’ at its premises (14 Spring Street) in Onehunga on Saturday, September 27. The

Grit and prudence dictate character

What separates righteous anger from rioting mobs? What triggers the turn from peaceful protest against injustice, to looting and violence, on the scale most recently

Sept 15, 2014 Issue

West Aucklanders promise brighter Diwali

After successfully delivering the largest indoor Diwali festival to the people of Auckland for 14 years, the Waitakere Indian Association (WIA) looks forward to promoting

Sept 15, 2014 Issue

Rising numbers challenge Bharata Natyam Guru

The rising number of youngsters taking to the South Indian classical dance of Bharata Natyam and the consequent increase in the number of ‘Arangetrams’ constantly

Sept 15, 2014 Issue

Satvik Veena concert in Auckland

Salil Bhatt, one of the foremost players of ‘Satvik Veena’ will be in Auckland this weekend to present a unique event with local Tabla maestro

Sudima gourmets the best of India

When Sudesh Jhunjhnuwala, Chief Executive of the Sudima Hotels and his family were considering construction of a Hotel near Auckland Airport more than five years

Sept 15, 2014 Issue

Preschool marks first anniversary

ACG Sunderland Preschool is delighted to celebrate its first birthday. With a party planned for the students, both past and present, it will be a

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