December 1, 2010 Issue

Retirement age to rise to 67

The Retirement Commissioner has recommended changes to New Zealand Superannuation tokeep it affordable over the long term and to strengthen the principle of universal individualentitlement.The

December 1, 2010 Issue

A tragedy that rocked the Nation

A non-survivable second explosion in the Pike River Mine 50km northwest of Greymouth shattered the hope of a miracle rescuing the 29 lives trapped 2

December 1, 2010 Issue

Leaders praise Indian businesses

Indian Newslink is a newspaper of increasing importance, a number of top leaders of the country have said.They said this newspaper continues to grow as

December 1, 2010 Issue

Financial advisor scoops Awards

Auckland based Global Financial Services walked away with the Supreme Business Award of the Year at the Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards 2010 Presentation Ceremony

December 1, 2010 Issue

Six-Point Plan for faster economic growth

The economy is growing, unemployment is dropping, and our exports are increasing. I know this will be welcome news for our Indian communities, especially for

December 1, 2010 Issue

The high cost of impropriety in high places

A hovercraft deal that went sour, allegations of involvement in business deals that were outside the purview of her high office and the alleged misuse

December 1, 2010 Issue

A step forward to quell family violence

The long felt need for concerted action against the rising incidence of family violence took a step forward with a number of action groups deciding

December 1, 2010 Issue

Two days of sheer Fiji Magic in Auckland

The old sign-off, Fiji, The Way The World Should Be came alive at a special event organised by Radio Tarana in Auckland last week. The

December 1, 2010 Issue

Medical team begins free service in Fiji

The combined efforts of a group of Indo-Fijians to provide free medical services to the poor and needy in their native land became a reality

Tournament poker deemed a gamble

A High Court verdict deeming Tournament Poker as gambling is likely to have an impact on the way the game is advertised and how people

Beware of bank fee scam

If you have been receiving phone calls from someone claiming to be an Internal Affairs Department official keen to refund a bank fee, you should

Two men face corruption charges

Two men of Indian origin are currently facing more than 300 charges of dishonesty and fraud. Hemant Kumar Maharaj (57) and Suresh Din (56) were

December 1, 2010 Issue

A South Island tragedy gets the world together

“Bring my child home to bury him,” Pip Timms screamed. She was among the family members who yesterday watched the Mine video footage of the

December 1, 2010 Issue

New law shuts door on shoddy agents

You may have been a victim of deception, extortion and fraud perpetrated by an immigration consultant or agent but the good news is that such

Cleaner inside on sexual offence

A Palmerston North cleaner has been obliged to serve nine months in prison on proven charges of possessing an objectionable publication. Matthew James Hay (29)

December 1, 2010 Issue

Referendum on MMP needs rebranding

The talk of a referendum on the need and usefulness of the Mixed Member Proportional (MMP) voting system has surfaced yet again, following the Government’s

December 1, 2010 Issue

Say ‘No’ to violence against women

The last few weeks have been busy in Manurewa (South Auckland). I have been visiting lots of businesses and meeting with locals. Some businesses are

December 1, 2010 Issue

Ethnic Affairs downgrade spells hypocrisy

The Government is sending all the wrong signals to ethnic communities by its decision to downgrade the Office for Ethnic Affairs in the current restructuring

December 1, 2010 Issue

Teacher keen on Science in schools

A Papatoetoe teacher will soon be advocating teaching science as a priority subject to children in intermediate Schools. Mazru Shahdaab Alee is attending the second

December 1, 2010 Issue

Cookbook in aid of Children’s Home

New Zealand Tertiary College (NZTC) is placing on sale copies of a Cookbook, the proceeds from which will go to ‘Jagriti Children’s Home’ in Delhi.

December 1, 2010 Issue

Action must take over the rhetoric

All we hear from various speakers at the ever-increasing seminars and workshops is statistics on the Indian population, wealth demographics and how each State in

December 1, 2010 Issue

It is never too late to learn basics

While every business or commercial venture aims to optimise productivity and profitability, success eludes some of them. In our profession, we often come across the

December 1, 2010 Issue

Proper planning helps businesses grow

An appropriate loan structure, Cash flow Forecasts and Budget are among the most important strategies for successful business planning. In current tough financial conditions, these

Higher tax credit for families

The Government is to raise the minimum level of family tax credit for low income working families from April 1, 2011. Families with an after-tax

December 1, 2010 Issue

The sharks are out for the kill

As the year draws to a close, we reflect on the returns that investors have made. The markets have been volatile and hence there have

December 1, 2010 Issue

Hotel Group in the heart of Auckland

In what could be described as an important milestone in its successful journey, Sudima Hotels New Zealand (of Glamorton Developments Limited) moved its headquarters to

Mourning the miners and after

When the news of 29 miners trapped in the West Coast hit the wires and columns of newspapers on November 19, the immediate thought was

Key visit to bolster ties

Prime Minister John Key is to visit India early next year. The visit, which will mark a milestone in bilateral ties, had had a long

December 1, 2010 Issue

The Black Friday in Greymouth grieves us all

Even as the Nation mourned with the families who had lost their dear ones in the Pike River Mine disaster, the questions that were being

December 1, 2010 Issue

Emerging markets trigger economic growth

Asia’s emerging economies hold the key to the future growth of the world economy and their development programmes would benefit other countries, particularly New Zealand,

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