August 1 2010 Issue

Good advice can reduce the fee burden

Interest rates are important but I believe this is one of the areas where banks differ very little, especially after negotiation. Many differences are usually

Inland Revenue warns tax evaders

Businesses and individuals who do not show their proper income in their annual returns and those who do not file their returns properly or on

Lower rates encourage global talkathon

A new service claiming to provide low rate and global connectivity through mobile telephone network has just been launched in New Zealand. Auckland based Talkncity

Insurance product for taxi owners

A new insurance product, aiming to offer cost-effective solutions to taxi owners and operators has just been launched in New Zealand. Auckland based FundaGroup Insurance

A fair chance for Ninety Days

According to a recent Government announcement, businesses will be able to employ people for a 90-day-trial period before committing to a long-term employment agreement. The

Calling Card offers free flight to Fiji

Staff Reporter A local Phone Card company is offering customers a free flight to Fiji. The name of the winner will be drawn on November

New Zealand gets closer to India in China

The world’s largest bamboo dome is the theme of India’s pavilion at the Shanghai World Expo. After the official ceremonies of the New Zealand National

Lawmakers laud Bangla community

The hardworking Bangladeshi community came for praise by Members of Parliament at a meeting held in Auckland last fortnight. Labour MP Dr Ashraf Choudhary said

Model of the Fortnight

If you have a sibling just a year or two younger, but measures up to your size, you can be sure that your wardrobe full

Self-Realisation leads to quality life

If you are one of those seeking to discover the ‘inner-self,’ reach higher planes of thought and deed and achieve the ultimate state of liberation,

Community groups meet in Hamilton

A cross-section of the Indian community in the Waikato region will come together for a social evening on August 3 at the Hamilton Council Reception

Talent of the Fortnight

When the New Zealand Art Show opened at the TSB Bank Arena in Wellington on July 30, it was a moment of pride for us

Young singers glorify classical music

We have always felt that Indian Newslink was doing enough to promote India’s fine arts including music and dance. This lapse is not so much

Let’s honour death with care

New Zealand is going grey, along with a lot of the world. We increasingly hear about the upcoming challenges of an ageing population. It is

Lack of equipment shadows research quality

Although advanced neuroscience research is undertaken in New Zealand, lack of proper equipment keeps the country behind others, says a prominent scientist based in Auckland.

An anxious wait for a celebrated singer

Music forms an integral part of the Indian film industry, and it is no exaggeration that song and dance sequences contribute to the success of

Exhilarating musical evening due

One of the most accomplished singers of India will be in Auckland next weekend to present a concert that promises to lift the bar on

New stars brighten the Reality horizon

A new galaxy of performing stars could brighten the New Zealand entertainment scene if the auditions held last fortnight in Auckland, New Plymouth and Christchurch

Rafi sing-alike captivates Aucklanders

The mellifluous and unmistakable voice of the late Mohammed Rafi continues to reverberate the corridors of music schools, radio and television studios, remix laboratories and

Indian boxer to face ‘Mini Mike Tyson’

India born Venkatashan Harikrishnan, better known in boxing rings as Hari Venka will be the fighter to watch at a forthcoming bout in Auckland. The

Holy Day precedes the Holy Month

While the Holy Quran teaches every Muslim to be pious, honest, pursue peace and offer help and support to the needy, there are a number

The great experience of hunger and thirst

The Holy Month of Ramadan connotes abstinence, understanding the meaning and concept of human values and feeling the tinge of hunger, which is why, Muslims

Muslims foster faith and understanding

Like all early settlers, the Muslim community initially comprised immigrants. New Zealand’s first Muslim immigrants were 15 Chinese gold diggers working in Dunstan, in the

Ad free zone for three hours on Tarana

In this commercially sensitive world, radio and television programmes that go on air sans advertising is rare. But New Zealand has shown the way with

The world’s top ten claim 1.04 billion

Contrary to popular belief, except Saudi Arabia, many countries of the Middle East are far behind a few others in numbers and do not even

Overeating takes away the true spirit

Governments of the region appeal to the public to avoid overeating since it not only creates problems relating to health but also counters the spirit

Changes to benefit international students

The Government has proposed changes to the rules and practices governing the export industry, including education, trade and tourism, Immigration Minister Dr Jonathan Coleman said.

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