November 1, 2010 Issue

Rewa does the hat trick at IDC

The great Savusavu team, which ruled the roost at the turn of the Century, has had four IDC wins so far, with two back-to-back victories.

Quality soccer embellishes IDC Tournament

New Zealand Fiji Soccer Inc held its annual IDC Tournament at Bill McKinlay Park in the Auckland suburb of Panmure during the Labour Weekend (from

Interim Visas appease potential migrants

The new system of ‘Interim Visas’ will help foreigners maintain their legal status while their applications for various types of visas are under consideration by

November 1, 2010 Issue

Hope for Fiji’s future raised

Notwithstanding the criticism expressed in some quarters from time to time over the current regime of Commodore Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama, the approach to future is

November 1, 2010 Issue

Business Awards Night sold out

As in the past, there would be no gate sales and hence entry would be restricted to those with invitations or tickets. The programme will

Warning against counterfeit website

If you have received an email purported to have been sent by the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) stating that you need a new driver’s

New Zealand bans Indian Mujahideen

Indian Mujahideen is among seven additional terrorist groups identified by the New Zealand Government under the Terrorism Suppression Act 2002, amended in December 2009. Prime

Delhi to host Diaspora event

The Delhi Government will host the next edition of the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas in the Indian capital from January 7 to 9, 2011. The annual

Sell out Awards Night promises grandeur

New Zealand’s prominent leaders, captains of the industry, businesses and others will recognise, applaud and reward the winners of the Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards

Licensed Immigration Advisers prove their worth

The Immigration Advisors’ Regime appears to be working well with an increasing number of potential migrants using the services of licensed advisers, according to Immigration

Prominent lawyer to head Complaints Tribunal

The Government has appointed prominent lawyer Grant Pearson to chair the newly established Immigration Advisers Complaints and Disciplinary Tribunal. A Justice Ministry notification said the

Home detention for GST fraud

The Auckland District Court sentenced an international student to five months home detention on October 20, for being involved in a GST fraud scheme. Bing

November 1, 2010 Issue

Feckless comments do not harm friendship

The first Indians arrived in New Zealand almost 110 years ago. Those brave Indians were the original bush cutters. They lived through harsh times but

November 1, 2010 Issue

One or two do not reflect community view

While former TV1 Breakfast programme presenter Paul Henry was making headline news all over the world for his comments that were termed ‘racist and vicious

November 1, 2010 Issue

Let us rest the Paul Henry episodes

The world media has condemned him and we provided substantial time and space to view the opinions of our readers and Paul Henry has resigned

No Fire-at-will at Massey University

While the ‘90-Day Trial’ period, which enables employers to dispense with the services of a new worker within the first three months, without having to

November 1, 2010 Issue

Short term courses for small businesses

Christchurch based Small Business Enterprise Centre (SBEC) is offering a short-term Course for small businesses at the International College of Auckland (ICA) Campus. A full-time,

November 1, 2010 Issue

Event Management acquires larger dimension

An increasing number of local and overseas organisations are seeking competent event management companies and those offering high standards of service can reap the benefits

November 1, 2010 Issue

Grilled, not fried makes food healthier

The Adison Group has acquired sole ownership of Oporto New Zealand, a burgeoning fast food company. Chief Executive Bhushan Arolkar and said Director Jasmine Arolkar

November 1, 2010 Issue

Tax Reforms focus on economic growth

The need to boost savings and investment and foster productivity will be the theme of a speech by Finance Minister Bill English next month. National

November 1, 2010 Issue

India seeks export markets for spices

Increasing domestic production, an intensive plantation programme, penchant for global position and impressive foreign exchange earnings are among the factors that are encouraging India to

November 1, 2010 Issue

GMP wins another award for innovation

GMP Pharmaceuticals bagged another award last fortnight, this time for excellence in business innovation. The Most Innovative Approach Category was a part of the New

November 1, 2010 Issue

Indian Courier market poised for giant leap

An international courier giant has put in place major expansion plans in India to cater to the growing needs of businesses and individuals worldwide. From

Tax burden on insurance can be deadly

Life insurance and income protection policies are popular among the members of the Sub-Continent community, although many of them often overlook the tax implications on

November 1, 2010 Issue

No thoroughfare to Look Through Regime

Property investors were nervously waiting for the Government’s response to the Issue Paper on the Loss Attributing Qualifying Company (LAQC) Regime, which was released on

Marketing helps Indian exporters

India New Zealand Business Council Chair Wenceslaus Anthony has advised Indian businesses to have long-term interest while engaging with their counterparts in New Zealand. “New

GST rise offsets tax cuts or vice versa

If international comparisons are any consolation, the rate of GST in New Zealand is among the lowest in the OECD, according to the KMPG International

A rough road ahead for Labour

While the recent election to local governments around the country in general and Auckland in particular has given a fillip to the Labour Party’s sagging

Immigration needs another shake up

A Departmental Survey has found that a majority of Licensed Immigration Advisers have passed the test of transparency, integrity and dependability, lifting perhaps in the

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