December 15 Issue

December 15 Issue

Education of the young a National priority

As school finishes for the year and we head into the festive season, it is a good opportunity to reflect on your child’s progress in

December 15 Issue

The best of humanity at the worst of times

As the Pike River Mine tragedy unfolded, the pendulum of hope of the families, friends and the nation swung between hope and despair. For five

December 15 Issue

Emotions on the canvas across the Tasman

Two recent incidents that devastated us as a Nation and demonstrated to the world that we are of a society of people went on display

December 15 Issue

New law shuts the 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

Tax agent pleads guilty of $2million fraud

A tax agent has pleaded guilty to several charges of fraud amounting to more than $2 million. Waikanae resident Ian Victor Petersen (61) admitted at

December 15 Issue

Franchise fraudster jailed

An Auckland based businessman has been sentenced to three years and eight months in prison on proven charges of fraud. Former Green Acres Master Franchisee

December 15 Issue

Sensation makes little sense, but who cares?

The ‘Radia Tapes’ and Wikileaks aggressively ask these questions. Five thousand taped conversations of Nira Radia administrating the country and untold thousands of cables of

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