June 1, 2010 Edition

Tax reforms assure financial security

National is focused on lifting New Zealand’s long-term economic growth. We are working hard to provide all New Zealanders, including our Indian Community with the

Migrant workers misuse hurts honest employers

The rising number of “horror stories” of migrant workers forced to subsist under appalling working and living conditions is cause for serious concern and the

Kalamazoo sponsors IBA 2010 Award

The Kalamazoo Group, which operates printing houses in Auckland and Christchurch, has joined The National Bank of New Zealand Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards (IBA)

June 1, 2010 Edition

Woman escapes from tyrannical husband

She fled with her 10-year-old daughter from Christchurch to Auckland one night and put a distance of many miles between them and her husband. But

Sharp rise in Passport surrender charge

The Indian Government has raised sharply the fee payable for surrendering Indian passports for cancellation. The fee has been raised from $25 to $220 with

June 1, 2010 Edition

Real Estate Agent gets ordained as a Priest

A Waitakere based Real Estate Agent will be ordained as a Priest this fortnight. Pakistan born Amail Habib will receive the honour by the newly

June 1, 2010 Edition

Thieves target Indian homes in Manukau

Call it ill preparedness or indifference to reality, Indian homes have become easy targets for burglars in recent months in East Auckland, especially in Howick,

June 1, 2010 Edition

Pakistan keen to foster bilateral trade

Pakistan has immense potential to foster two-way trade and lift bilateral relations with New Zealand to a higher level, Pakistan High Commissioner Syed Ibnes Abbas

June 1, 2010 Edition

Malayalis pick new officials

The Auckland Malayali Samajam members elected Roy Pallimalil to the post of President at their Annual General Meeting held on May 15. They also elected

June 1, 2010 Edition

Have you been burgled recently?

The Auckland District Police officials recovered more than 400 stolen items through their Operation Castle held last month. Communications Manager Noreen Hegarty said watches, bracelets,

Woman tax evader jailed

The Auckland District Court sentenced a woman last month to a year’s term in prison on proven charges of filing false GST returns. Caroline Fanamanu

June 1, 2010 Edition

Police seek rent scammer in Auckland

If you have known or seen the man appearing in the photograph here, you must contact the Police immediately, for you would be helping them

June 1, 2010 Edition

Indian Institute looks for opportunities

A large education provider in India is keen to develop joint ventures and working relationships with educational institutions and providers in New Zealand. Dr Sandeep

Indian student among Freemasons scholars

An East Auckland student of Indian origin was among 35 students who were awarded the Freemasons Scholarship this year. Sanket Srinivasa of Pakuranga received a

Nominations open for Science Prizes

Nominations are now open for the 2010 Prime Minister’s Science Prizes, worth a total of $1 million. The Top Award, Prime Minister’s Science Prize, carrying

June 1, 2010 Edition

Hospitality Scholarship announced

An opportunity exists for hospitality management students to obtain a scholarship to pursue their courses in New Zealand. Students of the Auckland based Professional Bar

June 1, 2010 Edition

Overseas expansion lifts corporate profile

“New Zealand companies and entrepreneurs should examine the enormous opportunities that India offers in the manufacturing, commercial and education sectors and profit from the country’s

June 1, 2010 Edition

The National Bank of New Zealand Presents

In recognition of the contribution to the economy Indian businesses make, the National Bank is sponsoring the Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards 2010, to be

June 1, 2010 Edition

People in Business

Teamwork is cool It is often said that opportunities present themselves to people who have the ability to recognise and husband them towards the common

June 1, 2010 Edition

Recovery puts pressure on Interest Rates

Are interest rates set to skyrocket? In April, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) left the Official Cash Rate (OCR) unchanged and made the

Rating Agencies wait and watch

From all accounts, the National Government’s second annual budget since it came to power in November 2008 has impressed tax experts, private sector organisations and

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