Three Indians open record for human trafficking

Three Indians facing charges relating to human trafficking were the subject of discussion over the weekend as a New Zealand Court handled the first such... Full story

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Hate attacks have no place here

If New Zealanders are keen that peace should be the norm in other countries, they...

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Vayalar Ravi for Awards Ceremony

We are happy to announce that Vayalar Ravi, Member of India’s Rajya Sabha (Upper House...


Home-grown democracy works better than templates

Third and Final Part of Indian Newslink Sir Anand Satyanand Lecture 2014...

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Murder accused surprise community

The arrest of the wife of a murdered man and her co-accused has become a subject of gossip and discussion in the community. Amandeep Kaur and... Full story


Another Top (Up) service from BNZ

Vodafone and 2degrees customers will find that staying connected is about to become even easier, and most importantly; instant. The latest capability added to BNZ’s... Full story


Fate rolls the dice on hapless migrants

The immigration process is sometimes a box-ticking exercise and ruthless. Given such a stance, we forget that there are higher stacks at play and that other... Full story


False registration gives birth to trouble

The Manukau District Court will sentence a South Auckland couple on September 10 on proven charges of falsely registering a child as their own. They pleaded... Full story


Paedophile goes in for ten months

A Te Kuiti man caught with pictures of children being sexually abused has been sentenced to ten months imprisonment. Sickness beneficiary Daniel James Parry (35) appeared... Full story


Fraud takes pair to prison

The Auckland District Court sentenced on Friday, August 22 Gregory Alan Arnott (51) and Mark James Whelan (41) on a number of theft and false... Full story


Ethnic plurality enhances National values

  New Zealand has over 200 ethnicities – more than the number of countries in the world – and a quarter of our population was born... Full story


Labour prescribes sound policy for healthier society

On the campaign trail, I meet many people who are keen to talk policy and find out what Labour intends to do for New Zealand. I... Full story


Time to think National, not petty politics

Politics is rather turbulent right now, with allegations flying, questions being asked and Media circuses around the country. Sadly the people that lose out from this... Full story


Party puts New Zealand First in good faith

It is a great pleasure and privilege to stand for Parliament in Christchurch Central for NZ First party at a very crucial time as Christchurch... Full story


Extreme inequality breeds extreme elements

When I was Head of Oxfam New Zealand, I learnt through research that 58 of the world’s richest people would fit in a double decker... Full story


Election Writ issued

Governor General Lt Gen Sir Jerry Mateparae signed the Writ to conduct the General Election on September 20, 2014. The Writ, issued on August 20, directs... Full story

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